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Saturday, 18 August 2007 18:24

HIS announces 2600Pro DDR3 card

Written by Slobodan Simic
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DDR3 memory and a single-slot solution

 
HIS has announced a new addition to its HD 2600 series, HD 2600Pro GDDR3 card.

The new DDR3 2600Pro card comes with a core speed of 600MHz, and a stunning 1,400MHz for the 512MB or 256MB of 128-bit GDDR3 memory. Card has a single slot solution small cooling fan. Since it supports HDMI over DVI to HDMI adapter it sounds like a good solution if you want to make a more powerful HTPC, if not you can always go for the smaller and cheaper HD 2400 series.

The card has two gold plated DVI connectors and a black plate. As the entire HD 2600 series it comes with a support for DirectX 10, Shader Model 4.0, and has the famous UVD (Unified Video Decoder).
 

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