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Triplex Shows Off Dual Radeon HD 6950 at Computex

It’s easy to forget some of the smaller graphics card makers, but walking around at a trade show like Computex you do realize that these companies are spending a lot of resources on trying to compete with the big guys. By a lucky coincidence we happened to walk past the Triplex booth which was hidden away on the far side of hall two and spotted a dual Radeon HD 6950 graphics card.

 

It’s easy to forget some of the smaller graphics card makers, but walking around at a trade show like Computex you do realize that these companies are spending a lot of resources on trying to compete with the big guys. By a lucky coincidence we happened to walk past the Triplex booth which was hidden away on the far side of hall two and spotted a dual Radeon HD 6950 graphics card.

The card is called the Para-souls HD6950 dual and we’re not sure if this is an in-house Triplex design or not, but the bright blue dual fan cooler definitely makes the card stand out. Triplex is offering it with either 2GB or 4GB of 256-bit GDDR5 memory.

There’s no shortage of ports either, although Triplex has gone for a rather unusual layout for its card with a pair of DVI ports, an HDMI port and two full-size DisplayPort connectors. There’s of course a CrossFireX connector at the top of the PCB as well. The heatsink is definitely a custom design with two large aluminium heatsinks with a strange gap in the middle. We’re not sure if this card is really to our taste, but at least it’s something a bit unusual.

 

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