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Press from Abit about new ATI cards - Press from Abit about new ATI cards
Wed, September 22 2004 | 11:16PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Today, ABIT is proud to introduce the latest lineup of cutting-edge graphics cards – the RX700 Series. ABIT has designed and engineered the RX700 Series for top performance, making them the fastest X700-based cards for gaming.

Based on the ATI Radeon X700 VPU, ABIT’s RX700 Series delivers full DirectX® 9 support, GDDR3 memory interface, ABIT Engineered cooling, and native PCI Express support for breakneck gaming performance.

Not content with adhering to the standard reference design, the ABIT RX700 Series incorporates BulletProof Technology that gamers have come to expect from ABIT. Like all ABIT-branded products, the ABIT RX700 Series is built with the finest quality components available. In fact, the RX700 uses only 100% Japanese capacitors for extreme durability. The RX700 also comes equipped with an ABIT-designed cooling solution, engineered to quickly dissipate heat from the VPU with as little noise as possible. For those who work in a silent computing environment, the RX700 Series meets the silent PC standard. For the gamers and overclockers, the RX700 Series enables some impressive overclocking headroom.

The RX700 Series is available exclusively with the new PCI Express interface, enabling bandwidths of 4 GB per second. For bandwidth-hungry applications like games, the new PCI Express interface breaks away from the old PCI bus bandwidth limitations, allowing the RX700 Series to pump out mind-bending graphics that fuel high-definition gaming.

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