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Sunday, 30 September 2007 22:40

Leadtek releases WinFast® PX8500 GT TDH HDMI

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The longest name in Home Theatre Graphics

 

Leadtek Research Inc, a well known global brand of high-end graphics cards, released an entry-level graphics card called the WinFast® PX8500 GT TDH HDMI.

This new card has a low profile form factor, and uses a simple heatpipe-heatsink combo to keep the chipset adequately cooled with no noise from a fan. For a mainstream low-end graphics card, it packs quite a few features. Sure it’s not going to rock your world in Quake4 frames per second, but in terms of cinematic options, it has lots to offer like a build-in HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) signal connector and Dual-Link DVI-I output,. It also sustains digital displays up to 2560x1600 resolutions at 32-bit and 60Hz and claims to support an extreme HD games and entertainment environment.

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With Microsoft® DirectX® 10, full Shader Model 4.0 support, NVIDIA® Lumenex™ Engine, support for Home Premium Edition of “Windows Vista™”, and guaranteed 3D acceleration at a low price, then this graphics card is sure to be well received, especially if you are building yourself a Home Theater setup.

Here are some specs:

Model    PX8500 GT TDH HDMI (Low Profile)- Heatpipe      
Graphic Bus    PCI-Express      
GPU    NVIDIA® GeForce® 8500 GT      
GPU Clock    450 MHz      
Memory Clock    800 MHz      
Memory Size    256MB GDDR2      
Memory Interface    128 bit      
Stream Processors    16      
DirectX® Support    DirectX® 10.0 Shader Model 4.0      
Output    Dual-link DVI-I, HDMI, SPDIF-in    

Check out more here.

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