Tul Corporation Launches PowerColor X1300 PRO

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    PowerColor X1300 PRO
    High Definition 3D Performance & Image Quality to Your PC!
    TAIPEI, TAIWAN (5 October, 2005) Tul™., a world-leading VGA card manufacturer, today introduced the latest PowerColor X1300 PRO, the member of the ATI Radeon 1XK family, offers a radically new ultra-threaded, 3D architecture and Shader Model 3.0, unleashing the most mind-blowing gaming effects.
    Enter a World of Visual Velocity
    PowerColor X1300 PRO - Step-up to serious 3D performance and high-definition image quality with ATI’s Radeon® X1300. For enhanced graphics, PowerColor X1300 PRO combines a radically new and efficient ultra-threaded core architecture with ATI’s revolutionary Avivo™ video and display technology. It delivers exceptional visual performance for all types of PC entertainment and productivity. PowerColor X1300 PRO can integrate your digital home by connecting your PC and consumer electronic devices together.
    The PowerColor X1300 PRO, with industry leading 90-nanometer process technology and ultra-threaded shader core, core/memory clock speed up to 600/400MHz with 256MB/128bit GDDR3 memory, is optimized for Shader Model 3.0 to deliver new high dynamic range visual effects, enhanced adaptive anti-aliasing realism and lightening fast performance. It is equipped with dual DVI-I and S-Video output and provides high quality hardware acceleration of video for reduced CPU utilization and comprehensive support for industry standard video formats.
    PowerColor X1300 PRO will be available on October 5th, 2005.
     
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