HIS to launch PCI Express x1 graphics cards

Posted on Saturday, July 01 2006 @ 9:03 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inq writes HIS will soon launch a PCI Express x1 Radeon X1300 512 Hypermemory card with 128MB DDR2 memory.
The chip is clocked to 450MHz core with 500MHz memory and it competes with Matrox's G550 milenium card. The card targets Dell, HP and IBM machines that don't have real PCIe 16X slots and the older chipsets such as Intel i910GL, i915PL/GL/GV, i945GZ come with PCIe x1 but without PCIe x16.
It will be available within a month for about $119.

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