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Saturday, 14 Apr 2012

PowerColor Introduces Vortex II Cooler Equipped Radeon HD 7970 and 7870

PowerColor Introduces Vortex II Cooler Equipped Radeon HD 7970 and 7870

Featuring a perforated, adjustable fan design, the Vortex II cooling technology enables gamers to manually adjust the fan, optimizing the air flow and heat dissipation effectively.

Monday, 5 Mar 2012

PowerColor Introduces Its HD 7800 Series Graphics Cards

PowerColor Introduces Its HD 7800 Series Graphics Cards

PowerColor has launched its HD7800 series of graphics cards, including the PCS+ HD7870 GHz Edition which comes with PowerColor's unique cooling solution design, and features core clock and memory clock speeds of 1100MHz and 4900MHz respectively.

Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011

PowerColor Doubles Performance With Dual Core Design By Introducing HD6870X2

PowerColor Doubles Performance With Dual Core Design By Introducing HD6870X2

TUL Corporation today announces the very first dual GPU solution with BART XT graphics engine: the PowerColor HD6870X2.

Friday, 20 May 2011

PowerColor Adds Passive Cooling to the HD6850

PowerColor Adds Passive Cooling to the HD6850

The passively-cooled PowerColor SCS3 HD6850 uses 62 pieces of L-shaped heat sinks, five pieces of heat pipes, and cooling plates that fully cover the memory and PCB.

Thursday, 12 May 2011

PowerColor Introduces the PCS+ HD6770 Vortex II

PowerColor Introduces the PCS+ HD6770 Vortex II

TUL Corporation introduces the 2nd generation of the Vortex Edition: the PCS+ HD6770 Vortex II Edition.

Friday, 29 Apr 2011

PowerColor Releases HD6700 Series

PowerColor Releases HD6700 Series

The PowerColor HD6700 series includes HD6770 and HD6750, enabling an immersive HD gaming experience like never before.

Tuesday, 8 Mar 2011

PowerColor Launches the HD6990 Graphics Card

PowerColor Launches the HD6990 Graphics Card

The PowerColor HD6990 features a dual BIOS setting, allowing a hardware overdrive option from factory-supported clocks to switch to 880MHz core speed and 1250MHz memory speed. The bump enables enthusiasts to maximize gaming experience and deliver unprecedented performance.

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