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| Posted: Aug 18, 2004 8:21 am

- Tul Corporation Introduces PowerColor 9800 Platinum Edition

Looks like the highly cost effective 9800 series of cards arn't drifting away anytime soon, Tul Corp have announced today that they are now handing out "PowerColor 9800 Platinum Edition" cards based off RV360 with 128mb RAM, and running at speeds of 380/600mhz on a 128bit interface. This places the card somewhere in between a 9600XT and full 9800 Pro performance wise. Full details on the new 9800 offering can be read within their press release.

 

16th August 2004, Taipei - Tul Corporation , one of the world's leading supplier of graphics cards and mainboards, showing PowerColor 9800 Platinum Edition, which provide real Microsoft® DirectX® 9 power to the mainstream and enthusiast market and at the same time allows 3D gamers to experience the beauty of next generation graphics.

 


- GigaByte Announce Brilliant Multicolored Super Silent Cooler

It's press release time once again for Gigabyte today, unveiling a new line of budget focused heatsinks to join their successful 3D Cooler range. The Neon Cooler 7, 7-BL, and 7-Pro make up the new line and are each different only in fan design with the 7-BL including embedded blue LED's and the Pro being top of the line with the inclusion of a fan speed controller. Full details can be had within Gigabyte's supporting PR folks.

 


Taipei, Taiwan- Aug 13th 2004 - Following in the success of this year's performance 3D Cooler Series, GIGABYTE Technology presents its new Neon Cooler 7 Series of CPU coolers.

The Neon Cooler 7 Series was completely engineered for gamers and overclockers. There are three versions which are distinguished by different fan designs to meet every user's special needs. The base level Neon Cooler 7 especially suits entry-level user.

 


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- Enermax Coolergiant EG385P-VHB PSU @ Bit-Tech
- Crucial Ballistix 1GB (2x512MB) PC4000 DDR Memory Kit @ ExtremeOverclocking
- AMD Ships 90 Nanometer AMD64 Products For Revenue @ AMD
- Fusion III Gold QAM HDTV Tuner Card @ AMDPower
- How To Lock Down Your Wireless LAN @ The TechZone
- Galaxy GeForce 6800 @ Guru3D
- Crucial Ballistix PC-4000 Memory @ ClubOC
- Portable notebook cooler test report @ EnvyNews
- Desktop Graphics Card Comparison Guide Rev. 6.1 @ RojakPot
- FIRST LOOK: Soltek 865Pro-775 @ Anandtech

 

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