- News tagged "graphics card"
Friday, 18 Feb 2011
Sparkle introduces the Calibre X570 graphics card, which delivers intense cooling performance and broadest set of features for gamers.
Wednesday, 9 Feb 2011
HIS today launched its 6950 Fan 1GB graphics card. Loaded with the Radeon HD 6950 GPU, the 1GB supplies you an unbelievable performance at lower costs.
Zotac GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition aims to maximise performance without sacrificing visual quality or stability for an unbridled gaming experience.
MSI announces the next-generation Hawk series, the R6870 Hawk graphics card. Equipped with the advanced Twin Frozr III thermal design, the all new R6870 Hawk is the world's first graphics card to use propeller blade technology.
Monday, 7 Feb 2011
ASUS introduces its new GeForce GT 440 graphics card with Super Alloy Power technology, the proprietary ASUS Dust-proof Fan, and GPU guard for additional chipset strength. The card comes with a factory overclock of 822 MHz and can be tweaked even further.
Wednesday, 2 Feb 2011
Sparkles announces its new GeForce GT 440 Graphics Cards. With 96 cores and Core Clock of 810 MHz, the graphics cards provide full support for HD, bringing the home theater experience to you.
Based on new Fermi architecture, the GeForce GT 440 is the new graphics card from Palit with 3D Movie viewing capabilities along with support for DVI, VGA and HDMI.
Friday, 28 Jan 2011
HIS launches its HIS 6970 & 6950 Fan Turbo 2GB GDDR5 graphics card. Offering features like AMD Eyefinity technology, AMD HD3D technology and DirectX 11support, the new 6900 Turbo Series provides good image quality and unbelievable performance to the gamers at every advantages.
By cooperating with Autodesk, AMD has optimized its ATI FirePro workstation level graphics card for AutoDesk software applications including AutoCAD and 3DS Max.
Thursday, 27 Jan 2011
Sparkle announces the Calibre X560 Graphics Card with Accelero cooling solution from Arctic Cooling, delivering unparalleled levels of cooling performance and gaming experience to mainstream gamers.