Tul has now released the latest PowerColor X800 Pro card called the Assassin Edition into the market featuring the recently launched X800 Pro VPU that sports 12 pipelines and equipped with 256MB of GDDR3 memory modules. Instead of a usual box, PowerColor uses a cool black backpack to contain this card and there are numerous accessories and CDs inside this backpack too.

Introduction

Tul Corporation, the maker of the PowerColor graphics cards can
be considered the first tier among the ATi graphics card manufacturers as they
are usually the first to release the latest ATI solutions. Tul has now released
the latest PowerColor X800 Pro card into the market featuring the recently
launched X800 Pro VPU that sports 12 pipelines and equipped with 256MB of GDDR3
memory modules. This card comes with a cool tag name "Limited Assassin Edition"
and the package bundle that comes along with this card certainly worth a pack.
Instead of a usual box, PowerColor uses a cool black backpack to contain this
card and there are accessories and CDs inside this backpack too but you will
need some time to look through the whole bag to find them. Certainly, VR-Zone has a good opportunity to take a look at one
of the high end offering from Tul, the PowerColor Radeon X800 Pro Assassin Edition.  In this article, we will be looking at
features of this card, the performance and
its overclockability.

Specifications


GPU

ATI Radeon
X800 Pro


Processing
technology

0.13µ


GPU Speed

475MHz


Pixel Pipelines
12


Memory

256MB DDR3


Memory Speed

900MHz


Memory / Core
interface

256-bit


Bus

AGP
2X/4X/8X


Memory
Bandwidth

28.8 GB/s


DirectX
Version

DirectX 9


OpenGL Version

OpenGL1.3


RAMDAC

Dual 400MHz
RAMDACs


Output options

DVI-I
Output / TV Output / VGA Output


Maximum
resolution

2048×1536 @
85Hz

 

Package Content

  • The card

  • S-Video Cable

  • Composite (RCA) Cable

  • DVI-I-to-VGA Connector

  • 4-pin Molex Power Connector

  • User Manual

  • Driver CD

  • Hitman: Contracts

  • CyberLink DVD Suite