Following AMD/ATI's official launch of their new mainstream DX10 2400/2600 family graphics cards yesterday, add-in partners are now showing off their variants with press releases popping up left, right and centre.
The first to have hit our inbox was from Tul Corp with a complete range of cards (no less than eight!) under the PowerColor branding. To learn more about the differences between them all, grab the official press material here. The Inquirer have their take on them here.
Taipei, Taiwan - June 28, 2007 - TUL Corporation - the leading manufacturer of ATI graphics cards today announces the availability of mainstream and value DX10 graphics cards in July with HD 2600 and HD 2400. Both model series offer: DX10 support, HD 1080p, Universal Video Decode, HDMI with surround sound; previously only available on the HD 2900 XT for next-generation gaming and HD video viewing capabilities.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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