GeCube jump onto the HD 38x0 series bandwagon this week with four new cards on offer; there's a pair of reference model HD 3850 and 3870 cards, and also available are a couple of factory overclocked variants thanks to the residing aftermarket cooler GeCube call the "X-Turbo III".
GECUBE has now taken the design of its popular X-Turbo II a step further to come up with the new X-Turbo III silent fan. The superb low-noise turbine design and dual heatpipes ensure perfect heat dissipation and superb performance. Thanks to this industry-leading design from GECUBE, users can enjoy high performance and quality without worrying about heat or noise.
The overclocked HD 3850 can stretch its legs to a core speed of 720MHz and memory speed of 1900MHz, whilst the X-Turbo III charged 3870 will handle a core speed of 857MHz and memory speed of 2.5GHz.
For further details on the new cards, grab the official PR here folks.
(Taipei, November 15, 2007) - After taking the market by storm with the launch of the HD2900XT in mid-May, GECUBE launched today this year's heavyweight graphics card - the HD3800 Series. The product that reviewers and gamers have all been waiting for is now finally here. Equipped with the latest RV670 (55nm) graphics chip from AMD, the HD3800 series marks the first time that the PCI-Express 2.0 interface has been used on a graphics card and incorporates the latest ATI CrossFireX technology. With support for DirectX 10.1, it delivers next-generation 3D graphics performance for ultimate realism. You can now enjoy both high resolution and superior image processing technology at the same time!
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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