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Friday, September 08, 2006
GeCube Release RX1300XT Platinum- Overclockers? Edition


Info-Tek Corp. the manufacturer of the GeCube graphics card brand released the GeCube RX1300XT Platinum Edition series of products.

The series' overclockability give this model an even higher Cost vs. Performance ratio, making them a good choice for overclockers seeking the thrill of ultimate performance.



The GeCube RADEON RX1300XT Platinum overclockers' editions use the latest VPU (Visual Processing Unit) from ATI and are equipped with 256MB of GDDR3 high performance memory. The RX1300XT Platinum's overclocking capacity at 550MHz/1.3GHz even provides 25% more performance than equivalent ATI products. This model comes equipped with Dual DVI (Double Dual Link) support and built-in HDTV digital-out as well, to provide an even smoother HD gaming experience.

They also support Shader Model 3.0 in a high performance architecture with 12 pixel pipelines. CrossFire technology offers AFR, SuperTiling, Scissor and the high image quality SuperAA rendering mode as well as supporting display resolutions up to 2048x1536@70+; at the same time, when two cards are used, 12x Multi-Sampling AA and 2x Super Sampling AA can both be activated to achieve an amazing 14x AA.

The cards have also been certified as being ready for Microsoft's next generation Windows Vista operating system.


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