- GECUBE RADEON X800XL 512MB Heat Pipe Graphics Card Announced
There's a new card on the block from GeCube today as they unveil a second version of their recently launched RADEON X800XL *512MB* graphics card. This new offering is passively cooled by means of GeCube's SilenCool heatpipe technology and should appeal very much to users wanting a top performing yet completely silent solution. The full scoop over at GeCube's website folks.
Taipei - May 16, 2005 -- Info-Tek Corporation, production supplier for the leading global graphics card brand GECUBETM, announced today the release of the first GECUBE RADEON X800XL 512MB Heat Pipe Graphics Card. Equipped with the ATI R430 XL graphics chip, the GECUBE RADEON X800XL 512MB Heat Pipe Graphics Card employs a dual-sided heatsink/heatpipe design for noise-free operation. The X800XL is currently the only noise-free heat pipe solution on the market.
The GECUBE RADEON X800XL 512MB Heat Pipe Series features a leading one-slot architecture design, which allows for a reduced heatsink size and does not obstruct extra peripherals such as PCIe x1. The X800XL Heat Pipe series also effectively lowers interference from other machines while its dual-sided heatsink design provides the most effective heat dispersion to guarantee system stability for long durations of time.
The GECUBE RADEON X800XL 512MB Heat Pipe Graphics Card perfectly depicts light and shadow in 3D games, and its high specification memory design provides realistic, movie-quality pictures, even at a resolution of 1600 x 1200 dpi (1600 x 1200, 6XAA, 16XAF).
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