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TUL Releases PowerColor HD 2900 XT

TUL today announces the high-end next-generation graphics card, PowerColor HD 2900 XT also known as R600. This 700 million-transistor monster clocks in at 740MHz with 512MB GDDR3 memory at 1650MHz. It is built with 320 unified stream processors and the world’s first 512-bit memory interface to take on the demands of DirectX 10 games. The HD 2900 XT even comes with built-in HDMI for single HD display and audio connectivity. The Black Box gaming bundle from Valve Corporation is also included with this US$ 399 package.


TUL Corporation – the leading manufacturer of ATI graphics cards today
announces the high-end next-generation graphics card, PowerColor HD 2900 XT also
known as R600. This 700 million-transistor monster clocks in at 740MHz with
512MB GDDR3 memory at 1650MHz. It is built with 320 unified stream processors
and the world’s first 512-bit memory interface to take on the demands of DirectX
10 games. The HD 2900 XT even comes with built-in HDMI
for single HD display and audio connectivity. The Black Box gaming bundle from
Valve Corporation is also included with this US$ 399 package.

“HD 2900 XT not only offers superb experience in DirectX 10 gaming, but
inclusion of built-in HDMI and the Valve bundle makes this an incredible offer!”
says Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation.

DirectX 10
Comprehensive DirectX 10 support exploits Windows Vista to the fullest to
deliver stunning realism, amazing effects and enhanced interactive game
processing.

Built-In HDMI with 5.1 Surround Sound
The ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT has a built in HDMI with HD audio support for
single HDTV connectivity. This unique feature is enabled with an intelligent DVI
to HDMI adapter; no internal SPDIF or other audio cabling is required.

The Black Box
A coupon for a trio of games from Valve Corporation which includes:
Half-Life 2®: Episode Two, Team Fortress® 2, and Portal™ will be included in the
retail box FREE OF CHARGE.

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