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Friday, July 09, 2010
New Tool Designed to Support Your Heavy Graphics Card


TUL today announced a professional graphics interface card supporter: the PowerColor PowerJack.

As high-end graphics are becoming more powerful, the sizes are increasing as well as their weight. Owners of high-end graphics may be able to attest to the problem of the weight of the card bending in the case. A couple screws and the motherboard may not be enough to hold the heavier cards in place anymore.

This is where the PowerColor PowerJack comes in. The PowerJack supports the weight of the card from the back where it's most needed. With its multistage extension function, it can extend its height from 61.25 mm up to 150 mm and it?s applicable to E-ATX / ATX / M-ATX motherboards and can be used in full tower, mid tower & mini tower chassis.

The PowerJack will be available on July 15.


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