Leadtek reveals video card with four SpursEngine chips

Posted on Monday, September 06 2010 @ 15:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Leadtek reveals the WinFast HPVC1111, a new PCIe video processing card with four Cell-based SpursEngine processors. The card is expected to be available in Japan sometime next week.
Leadtek is really going all-out with the use of the Toshiba SpursEngine coprocessor based on the Cell architecture and as proof of that we have the WinFast HPVC1111, a PCI-Express card for video processing that features no less than four SpursEngine chips.

Seen below, the new card has a PCIe x1 interface, includes one 6-pin PCIe power connector, four fans, each for one SpursEngine processor, and it targets professionals who need something to give a big boost to their video encoding/decoding tasks, image processing, and such.

Source: TC Mag

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