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Appeared on: Wednesday, October 18, 2006
GIGABYTE Unveils Special Edition Radeon 1950 Pro Graphic Accelerator with Call of Juarez

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY revealed the GIGABYTE GV-RX195P256D-RH, the world's first 80nm graphic card featuring the ATI Radeon X1950 Pro with 36 pixel shader processors and the all new Compositing CrossFire Engine.

Combining ultra-stable performance, blistering 3D graphic rendering, and longer component lifespan with the usage of ultra-low ESR solid capacitors, the GV-RX195P256D-RH comes equipped with the Zalman VF700 aluminum copper fan to deliver an optimally quiet thermal solution with outstanding overclocking performance. Leveraging the latest advanced graphics technologies including Shader Model 3.0 and High Dynamic Rendering, the GV-RX195P256D-RH provides the ideal solution for Call of Juarez with support for high HDR and DOF effects. Featuring the high performance 3D ChromeEngine3 and EAX surround sound effects, Call of Juarez promises to transport gamers directly into the most realistic 19th century western cowboy adventure imaginable.

In addition to providing support for plug-and-play technology to help eliminate the hassle of identifying the primary or slave graphic card, the GV-RX195P256D-RH features the ATI Avivo platform with H.264 playback to enhance the video and image display experience. The GV-RX195P256D-RH also enables Dual-link support for high-resolution displays up to 2560x1600 and provides the video capability needed for the most robust HD gaming systems.

For more details of the GIGABYTE GV-RX195P256D-RH, please visit the GIGABYTE VGA website at: http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/VGA/Default.aspx


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