- News tagged "powercolor"
Tuesday, 15 Jan 2013
PowerColor has released a new version of its popular overclocking utility, PowerUp Tuner. In addition to options for adjusting core clock speeds, voltage power and fan speeds, PowerUp Tuner V0.2 offers personalized profile storage to save different settings and loading records.
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012
In order to provide a complete experience of the Windows 8 OS, PowerColor has developed new firmware with UEFI ready which enables fast boot implementation.
Thursday, 6 Dec 2012
With core and memory speeds of 910MHz and 4800MHz respectively, the card has 2GB GDDR5 on board memory, and comes equipped with an innovative cooling technology named the "Fling Force".
Thursday, 22 Nov 2012
TUL has added the PowerColor PCS+ HD7870 Myst. Edition to its PCS+ HD7870 series. The advanced version of the PCS+ series comes with evolution GPU design and solid-built "Gold Power Kit" onboard, allowing for stable power efficiency even at full load.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
Taiwanese custom graphics card manufacturer Powercolor today revealed its monster triple slot Devil 13 HD 7990 graphics card, the world's first dual Radeon HD 7970 GPU graphics card.
Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
We have a quick hands on with PowerColor upcoming custom dual-GPU card based on the eagerly anticipated AMD Radeon HD 7990.
Saturday, 14 Apr 2012
Featuring a perforated, adjustable fan design, the Vortex II cooling technology enables gamers to manually adjust the fan, optimizing the air flow and heat dissipation effectively.
Monday, 5 Mar 2012
PowerColor has launched its HD7800 series of graphics cards, including the PCS+ HD7870 GHz Edition which comes with PowerColor's unique cooling solution design, and features core clock and memory clock speeds of 1100MHz and 4900MHz respectively.
Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011
TUL Corporation today announces the very first dual GPU solution with BART XT graphics engine: the PowerColor HD6870X2.
Friday, 20 May 2011
The passively-cooled PowerColor SCS3 HD6850 uses 62 pieces of L-shaped heat sinks, five pieces of heat pipes, and cooling plates that fully cover the memory and PCB.