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ASUS Announces Extreme AX1300PRO SILENT Graphics Card

| Video Cards News | Posted: Jan 28, 2006 12:58 am

ASUS downunder have just introduced a new completely silent graphics card based on ATI's entry level RADEON X1300PRO GPU.

 

The EAX1300PRO SILENT/TD/ 256M graphics card is a CrossFire ready solution with ASUS's patented ReverseCool Technology implemented (whereby the CPU and heatsink are uniquely located on the underside of the card), which when placed in a case allows for assisted cooling by the CPU fan. Good thinking ASUS!

 

Grab the official PR for further details folks.

 



Sydney, Australia; January 27, 2006 - ASUSTeK Computer Inc (ASUS), a leading provider of high-quality graphics solutions, today introduced the EAX1300PRO SILENT/TD/ 256M graphics card. The card is not only CrossFire ready, but also featuring the ASUS patented GPU-on-the-back ReverseCool® Technology , which delivers high-efficiency cooling at absolute quiet 0db. Powered by the powerful ATi RADEON® X1300PRO, and incorporated various ASUS exclusive features, the EAX1300PRO SILENT/TD/ 256M provides a superb visual experience.

 

"We are pleased to deliver one of the world's best PCI Express graphics solutions," said Kent Chien, Director of ASUS Graphics Business. "With the introduction of the EAX1300 Series powered by the RADEON VPU and ASUS cooling technologies, ATI and ASUS are enabling customers to experience the full benefits of PCI Express."

 

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