Following AMD/ATI's recent change to their entry-level graphics card lineup with the new X1050 and 1550 offerings, GeCube have just officially announced cards based off these.
You can get all the details on them via the press material here folks.
(Taipei, 2007/01) With its official launch date set for 2007, Microsoft's all-new operating system, Windows Vista, will soon ignite a wave of hardware and computer upgrades. This new operating system emphasizes it's strong support for home entertainment just like the GECUBE series from GECUBE. The latest GECUBE graphics card has been certified as Windows Vista compliant so we are now standing by to provide you with even better video quality for the ultimate digital experience in the world of Vista.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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