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PowerColor Announces Green Video Cards

PowerColor Announces Green Video Cards

POWERCOLOR INTRODUCES SILENT AND EFFICIENT VIDEO CARD SERIES

The Go! Green series wraps graphics performance in a green package

Walnut, Calif. – June, 17, 2009– TUL Inc., a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, is proud to announce a new series of products that is environmentally friendly and cost efficient for the consumer. The PowerColor Go! Green series offers the HD4650 and HD4350 Silent Cooling Solution (SCS) for stealth like silence and low power consumption.

The PowerColor Go! Green series consumes up to 38% less power than competing graphics cards and performs up to 36% better in benchmark tests. The standard Silent Cooling Solution (SCS) on the Go! Green series mean consumers looking to reduce their computers noise level have an efficient and high performing solution for their home theater and gaming rigs.



“We want to do our part in helping consumers save money any way they can without compromising the quality and performance people have come to expect from our products,” says Ted Chen, TUL CEO. “The products in the Go! Green series are proven performers with the added benefit of low power consumption and silent cooling.”

As an added benefit, the Go! Green series is compatible with DirectX 10.1 and ATI Stream Technology. The feature allows AMD graphics processors to work with the CPU to accelerate applications beyond just graphics. Converting standard and HD video into multiple formats by parallel processing and transcoding files has never been faster or easier.

For more information on the Go! Series and ATI Stream, please visit our website at www.powercolor.com. The Go! Green series will be available this July.


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Ah, I was worried that they were going back to the old school green PCB.  Thank goodness they aren't.Smile

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Crisis Causer:

Ah, I was worried that they were going back to the old school green PCB.  Thank goodness they aren't.Smile

Would still be better than some of the ugly parts coming out now adays. I'm looking at you gigabyte.

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I would be more impressed if they hadn't used exploited whalebone's thermal dissipation properties for the heat sink.

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