Club 3D HD2900 GT Heatpipe Press Release

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Official Press Release

Cutting edge HD2900 technology for extreme attractive pricing levels. Essential DirectX 10 technology for Windows VISTA and today's hottest PC games. An excellent choice for serious and rock solid High Definition computing.

GPUs Key Features:
* ATI Avivo™ HD video and display architecture
* Hardware based H.264/VC-1 decoding of Blu-ray™ and HD DVDs
* HDMI with 5.1 surround sound audio
* Support for DirectX® 10
* CrossFire™ Support

Operating Systems
* Built for Microsoft Windows Vista
* Windows XP/Windows XP 64

2x Dual Link DVI
High Quality display outputs to drive two LCD panels with resolutions up to 2560x1600 full digital with new Dual Link DVI technology. Two high speed 400MHz RAMDAC’s to create ultra sharp images on CRT monitors up to 2048x1536 at 85Hz. An intelligent driver to create any resolution below. Full dual monitor support for analogue and digital displays.

Intelligent Heatpipe Cooling
For optimal reliability, lifespan and ergonomics, Club 3D implements an intelligent cooling system, that measures temperature to calculate the right fan speed. This will lower the fanspeed when not running 3D applications.

Image of the HD2900 GT Heatpipe

More infomation on the card can be found at the Product Page.

What do you think of the "new" cooling solution or even the price? Discuss on our Forum.
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29-09-2007, 15:10:52

Brooksie
What about doing some budget cases? All the cases you seem to review are 70+ What about some cases that are around £40-65? E.G Lian LI PC7 PLUS, NXZT Hush, Thermaltake Soprano etc. ?

29-09-2007, 20:02:37

Kempez
Cheers for the suggestion

I'll follow up and see what I can do. Main trouble is we get offered the newer stuff that the manufacturer wants placement on :)

I'll ask around for you

30-09-2007, 05:53:23

Brooksie
Thanks :D

30-09-2007, 09:37:09

mrapoc
Perhaps a few more m-atx or smaller atx cases too :p

30-09-2007, 12:27:26

nathan
It would be good to hear some reviews on the mini-itx/nano-itx and the new pico-itx motherboards from via. They do indeed look promising.

30-09-2007, 18:42:29

PV5150
I have a smaller case review coming soon, so look out for that.

01-10-2007, 02:37:26

Brooksie

I have a smaller case review coming soon, so look out for that.



Looking forward for it :)

01-10-2007, 08:19:46

Bungral
I've read reviews on the Antec 900 before but is there one on here? Can't remember if i checked or not.

Everyone says the fans are good and so on as do i but it would be good to see a proper review from one of you guys here as you actually know what your on about :)

This is of course unless i'm being dumb and there is already a review.

01-10-2007, 12:05:24

Brooksie

I've read reviews on the Antec 900 before but is there one on here? Can't remember if i checked or not.

Everyone says the fans are good and so on as do i but it would be good to see a proper review from one of you guys here as you actually know what your on about :)

This is of course unless i'm being dumb and there is already a review.



Yeah, and hopefully on the review say how loud the fans are. I want a nice and quiet PC.

01-10-2007, 17:59:17

prosser13

I have a smaller case review coming soon, so look out for that.



Any chance of it being the mini P180? :)
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