Extreme Overclocking, MSI 915P Neo2 Platinum
Good morning folks! I hope everyone had a good weekend, and if you didn't... well, here's some tech news to drown your sorrows :) We received an announcement today from HIS, they're introducing their line of Radeon X8x0 video cards. If you want to check out ATI's press release on the new AGP cards, click here. Enjoy the rest of the news.
Product Launch on new 8X AGP series: X850XT PE, X850XT, X800XL, X800
Hong Kong, Monday, Feb 28, 2005 – HIS (Hightech Information System Limited) today announced the introduction of the HIS X850XT PE (Platinum Edition), X850XT, X850XL and X800 AGP cards. Extended the most extreme gaming graphics card ever created in PCIe version, with up to 16 pipelines, the fastest frame rates and ATI's industry-leading 3D image enhancement technology. HIS X850 AGP and X800 AGP series bring further on the promise of High-Definition Gaming on AGP system platform.
Introducing the Most Advanced Gaming Card
HIS X850 AGP series is based on ATI's latest introduced RADEON X850 (R481) visual processing units (VPUs), natively supports the latest AGP 8X interface.
HIS X800XL AGP and HIS X800 AGP are based on ATI's latest introduced RADEON X800 (R430) visual processing units (VPUs). Plus the onboard RAILTO converter chip makes the AGP connection possible.
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