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Computex 2004 Update (Part 6)
By Vijay Anand
Category : Events
Published by Jimmy Tang on Tuesday, 8th June, 2004


PowerColor's Booth

For those of you who didn't know, PowerColor is now a brand name marketed under Tul Corporation. Besides their range of graphics cards, they also have motherboards under their wings. Here's what we saw at their booth.

At the PowerColor booth, we caught their latest lineup of graphics cards and motherboards.


This is PowerColor’s X800 XT Platinum Edition 256MB DDR3 and it is clocked at 520/1120 MHz.


Moving one step down, this is the PowerColor X800 PRO with 256MB GDD3 and is clocked at 475/900 MHz.


In the mainstream performance segment, PowerColor has an X600 XT PCIe card with 128MB RAM using a 128-bit memory bus and is clocked at 500/740 MHz. An X600 PRO PCIe version is also available and its clock speeds are 400/600 MHz.


At the low-end segment, here’s the PowerColor X300 PCIe solution with either 128MB or 256MB of local frame buffer and is clocked at 325/400 MHz.


This is the low-profile version of the above, but since it is an X300 SE PCIe card, it only has a 64-bit memory bus for its 128MB frame buffer.

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