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Palit launches the Windows Vista premium compatible X1950Pro/GT Super 512MB

Palit launches the Windows Vista premium compatible X1950Pro/GT Super 512MB news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages
| Posted: Jan 19, 2007 3:57 am

Word from Palit has it that they've just added a couple more ATI based graphics cards to their lineup, these being the "Palit X1950Pro Super 512MB" and "Palit X1950GT Super 512MB" cards, with both cards being some of the first on the market to get themselves the Microsoft Vista WHQL stamp of approval.


Also mentioned within the same press material, is the introduction of two more cards from Palit based around AMD/ATI's newly released X1550 and X1050 GPUs.


Grab the PR here for full details folks.


Palit Microsystems, the leading graphics card manufacturer, today released the most price competing and performance stunning ATI graphics: Palit X1950Pro Super 512MB and Palit X1950GT Super 512MB for PC enthusiasts and hard core gamers to enjoy the unprecedented image realism.


Palit X1950Pro Super 512MB and X1950GT Super 512MB :-
Palit is the few graphics card manufacturer to get Microsoft Vista™ WHQL certified at full line graphics card series, both in ATI and NV. Palit X1950Pro Super 512MB and PalitX1950GT Super 512MB are fully ready for Windows® VistaTM- Microsoft's next generation operating system (OS)- to provide best possible experience when running the Windows® VistaTM 3D graphical user interface (GUI) and worry-free compatibility for an easy "install-and-play" experience.


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