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Thursday, June 28, 2007
ASUS Rolls Out New Cards With AMD/ATI GPUs


In order to accommodate users who are looking for entry-level and mid-range graphical options, ASUS has introduced the new line of EAH2600 and 2400 Series graphic cards.

Featuring the latest generation of GPUs - the ATI HD2600XT, ATI HD2600PRO, ATI HD2400XT and the ATI HD2400PRO from AMD, these graphics cards are designed to bring feature-rich DirectX 10 gaming and smooth multimedia playback while consuming less power with their new power efficient 65nm processors.

The ASUS EAH2600XT and EAH2600PRO/HTDP/256M also utilize a new generation of cooling fans to effectively dissipate heat build-up. With 25% more surface area, the heatsinks make for better cooling, and can lower temperatures for the EAH2600PRO/HTDP/256M by 20 C and the EAH2600XT by 10 C in comparison to generic 2600PRO DDR2 and 2600XT DDR3 graphic cards.

Besides supporting feature-rich DirectX 10 gaming, the ASUS EAH2600 and 2400 Series also come with the exclusive ASUS Gamer OSD. This feature is able to deliver real-time overclocking and chat options during gameplay - allowing users real-time performance upgrades when they require it. Additionally, the ASUS Gamer OSD can also allow users to record live gaming action or broadcast it live over the Internet with ease.



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