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Monday, August 03, 2009
Powercolor Adds A Powerful Upgrade To The HD4890 Series


TUL Corporation announced a powerful upgrade to the HD4890 series: PCS HD4890 2GB GDDR5.

This latest addition features 2GB of onboard memory, maximizing the graphics of the latest gaming titles. The added memory buffer allows more data to be saved, eliminating the need to access system memory and resulting in faster graphical performance.

Compatible with all essential features, the PowerColor PCS HD4890 2GB GDDR5 delivers 900MHz core speed and 1000MHz effective memory speed. Cooling the card is ZEROtherm?s exclusive cooling system, providing a low temperature and noise platform for gamers who strive for superior overclocking and gaming performance.

?Even a powerful GPU can suffer from bottlenecks due to slow and insufficient video memory,? says Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation. ?With the added 2GB GDDR5, the PowerColor PCS+ HD4890 fully utilizes the factory overclocking and single most powerful GPU.?


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