GeCube to launch Radeon X1000 AGP series

Posted on Monday, December 19 2005 @ 0:08 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
X-bit Labs reports Info-Tek, the company behind the GeCube brand, is planning to launch a Radeon X1000 card lineup for AGP 8x.
GeCube’s new RADEON X1000 lineup for AGP 8x bus will consist of models X1600 PRO (GC-RX1600PGA2-D3) and X1300 LE (GC-RX1300GA2-D3) intended for mainstream and entry-level computers respectively. The new graphics cards will bring benefits, such as Avivo technology, Shader Model 3.0 support and so on, of ATI’s latest micro-architecture dubbed RADEON X1000 to users in budget, who either upgrade their old machines or get very low cost computers.
More details over here. The Radeon X1300 LE AGP will be available for $129 and the Radeon X1600 PRO AGP fro $179.

This is a good move from GeCube as there's still lots of demand for AGP cards.

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