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Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Asus Unveils Cooler X1950PRO Graphics Cards


ASUS introduced the ASUS EAX1950PRO graphics card series, which features an advanced fan sink that lowers temperature by 10C compared to reference designs.

The EAX1950PRO series includes the EAX1950PRO CrossFire/HTDP/256M and theEAX1950PRO/HTDP/256M.



The EAX1950PRO series, based on ATI's Radeon X1950PRO GPU, incorporates a new fan sink design that provides effective heat dissipation while serving aesthetic purposes as well. With unique embedded heat pipes not found in computing solutions, and a blower fan that guides cool air towards the fins, the EAX1950PRO Series lowers temperature by 10C compared to competing graphics cards with no improvements from reference designs.

The new EAX1950PRO series supports ATI's CrossFire Technology, which allows multiple GPUs to operate simultaneously for enhanced video performance. Superior graphics quality is achievable with the EAX1950PRO CrossFire/HTDP/256M and EAX1950PRO/HTDP/256M installed in the same system in CrossFire mode.

To stay in step with Windows Vista requirements, the EAX1950PRO series features HDCP technology to give users peace of mind when upgrading their systems to support high-definition digital contents and a wide range of premium graphics applications.

The new EAX1950PRO series supports Splendid Video Intelligence Technology, an exclusive feature found only on ASUS solutions. With Splendid, images enabled by ASUS graphics cards are fine tuned to deliver vibrant visual representations in conditions most favorable to the human eye.

Splendid detects activation and usage of video applications and automatically optimizes image quality and further provides five modes (Standard, Game, Theater, Scenery and Night) and three skin tone options for various video applications. Splendid works on top of ATI's Avivo technology to offer sharp decoded video.



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