PowerColor Introduces X1950 PRO Equipped With ARCTIC COOLING

"PowerColor Introduces X1950 PRO Equipped With ARCTIC COOLING"

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In continuation with the ATI X1950 Pro theme
TUL Corporation, a leading provider of graphic cards, today announced the PowerColor X1950 PRO 256/512MB with ARCTIC COOLING. The X1950 PRO features the first-ever GPU manufactured at 80nm fabrication process and to feature the new CrossFireTM Bridge Interconnect. PowerColor has also included the excellent ARCTIC COOLING Accelero X2 .

Gamers have longed for a graphics card that runs graphic-intensive games with quiet cooling at a reasonable price. We are able to deliver this with the PowerColor X1950 PRO.” says Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation.

We are pleased to have found a partner to bundle our silent coolers with high performance graphic cards. Both fans of ARCTIC COOLING and PowerColor are sure to be excited.” says Magnus Huber, Managing Director R&D of ARCTIC COOLING.

You can view the PowerColor X1950 Pro 512 Extreme here, and the PowerColor X1950 Pro Extreme 256 here

PowerColor X1950 Pro

Feel free to discuss this latest product release in our forum

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16-10-2006, 10:41:04

Mr. Smith
Basic Q but I don't know the answer!!! How much Alpha cool tec protect do i need in my water? Also how much uv colour do i put in? the whole lot? Cheers

16-10-2006, 10:46:58

Jim
If this is what you've got then u need to put all of it in - and don't mix with water.

As for UV Dye, it's best to play by ear. Just keep adding it a drop at a time until you get a good effect.

16-10-2006, 10:53:21

Kempez
Ye with UV dye I bung about 1/4 of it in the loop...seems to work ok ;)

16-10-2006, 12:49:32

Mr. Smith
I have [B]this[B]
I asked the boys at Specialtech what I needed and they said the Alphacool Tec-protect Clear, uv dye of my choice, and I have 2L of de-ionised water! Surely they didn't sell me stuff I don't need??? Please get back to me asap as I want to get the water changed and my components back into my pc tonight as there are no leaks in my loop! Woo-hoo!

16-10-2006, 12:52:39

llwyd
"This addition does not have to be mixed with distilled water, but is qualified for a complete set and thus ready-to-use" i diluted mine anyway, no way could i afford to fill my loop with that stuff over and over

16-10-2006, 14:54:32

Mr. Smith

"This addition does not have to be mixed with distilled water, but is qualified for a complete set and thus ready-to-use" i diluted mine anyway, no way could i afford to fill my loop with that stuff over and over



Cheers man - just needed to know if diluting would have a detrimental effect! Which you kindly answered! Seems it doesn't - i'm off to change my water!
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