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X1650XT Unveiled / PowerColor Introduces X1650 XT in PCI-E and AGP

| Posted: Oct 31, 2006 1:16 am

PowerColor have made an announcement today to support the release of a couple of new ATI X1650XT based graphics cards, available in both PCIe and AGP.

 

The X1650XT has in fact just been launched today, it is ATI's second 80nm based GPU with built-in CrossFire support. It runs a GPU clock speed of 600MHz with 256MB of GDDR3 memory at 1400MHz and 24 pixel processors.

 

For further information grab PowerColor's supporting press material here.

 


Taipei, Taiwan - October 30th, 2006 - TUL Corporation, a leading provider of graphic cards, today announced the PowerColor X1650 XT. The X1650 XT is the 2nd graphics card to include a chipset manufactured at 80nm fabrication process and to feature the new CrossFireTM Bridge Interconnect. PowerColor's X1650 XT clocks at 600MHz, with memory at 700MHz (1400MHz effective) 256MB DDR3 RAM and 24 pixel processors. This board is also HDCP and Windows Vista ready. The PCI-E version will be priced under US$ 150, while the AGP version will be just under US$ 170.

 

"The PowerColor X1650 XT is another prime example of how the leading technological advancements from the ultra high-end VGA cards quickly trickle down to main-stream cards." says Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation."

 


If you're keen to see performance figures on the new X1650 XT, check out the websites below for coverage galore (i'll keep updating the list so check back for more linkies over the next 24 hrs!) :-

 

- Tech Report
- PC Perspective
- Hot Hardware
- Anandtech
- MadBoxPC (Translated)
- LegitReviews
- FiringSquad
- ExtremeTech

 

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