GeCube HD2900XT OC, dual GPU and AGP cards

Posted on Friday, Jun 01 2007 @ 00:01 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Besides the introduction of its Radeon HD 2600 XT graphics card GeCube will also present a couple of other new products at Computex next week.

GeCube HD 2900 XT OC super exclusive TEC version
This card is based on the Radeon HD 2900 XT. It uses thermal electric cooling (TEC) for improved and more silent cooling and it's also overclocked. It's not yet known how far this card will be overclocked but GeCube did share that the card can achieve a score of 30 000 points in 3DMark05 without a problem.

GeCube HD2000 series Gemini dual GPU series
At Computex we'll also see the launch of a new dual GPU graphics card from GeCube. This will be a successor to their Radeon X1650 XT Gemini 2 Dual GPU graphics card.

GeCube AGP 8x HD2000 series
For people with slightly older systems GeCube also has a new series of AGP cards. Introduced ahead of the competition, GECUBE's next generation 2000 series will also be available in AGP 8X platform to enable the DX10's graphic performance on an APG 8X platform.


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