Back in 1990, a company by the name of Info-Tek was created. This company was devoted to contract manufacturing for motherboard and interface cards. GeCube is a brand name of this very same company and their main goal is to produce graphics boards and other peripheral devices.
Many of us have heard the name GeCube, but when I first heard of this name, it was generally associated with lower-end peripherals. Yes, graphics boards were a part of the name, but not usually the top of the heap models. The company was known more for low prices then high performance. My how things can change. Lately, GeCube is mentioned with all the big players when it comes to top notch graphics.
This brings us to the topic of today's article, the GeCube X1900XTX. As of this writing, this is the big boy on the block and we plan on putting it through its paces and then overclocking it to see how much extra power we can eke from this behemoth!
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