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 Crucial Technology Introduces RADEON X850 XT Graphics Card
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Message Text: Crucial Technology announces immediate availability of the Crucial RADEON X850 XT 256MB PCI Express graphics card powered by ATi.

This leading-edge graphics card delivers an unparalleled gaming experience, featuring:

-- PCI Express 16X technology with 16 parallel pixel pipeline utilization

-- 256-bit quad-channel GDDR3 memory interface

-- Power-throttling technology for cooler running temperature

"We're in the midst of what could be described as a high-end PC revolution," said Mike Sanor, Crucial Technical Support Manager. "If you combine the latest hardware options -- such as DDR2-based LGA 775 motherboards, Serial ATA architecture for increased hard drive throughput and powerful PCI Express graphics cards like the Crucial RADEON X850 XT -- you can remove the data-transfer bottlenecks that have traditionally held back gaming-system performance. You can create a speedy, revolutionary gaming PC."

Crucial now offers gamers immediate access to two of these cutting-edge components: high-performance Crucial Ballistix(TM) DDR2 memory and the Crucial RADEON X850 XT. The Crucial RADEON X850 XT is currently priced at US$599.99. All Crucial graphics cards can be purchased directly from Crucial's Web site at www.crucial.com and come with a limited one-year warranty, multilingual user guide, Crucial's award-winning customer support, free technical support, and free shipping (for a limited time) on orders within the contiguous United States.

Visit www.crucial.com/media for more information about the new Crucial RADEON X850 XT.
 
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