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Appeared on: Thursday, March 10, 2005
Crucial Technology Introduces RADEON X850 XT Graphics Card

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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