GECUBE X1300-1600 256MB DDR2 , HDMI-HDCP

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17 June 2006
VPU X1300 Overclockable (90nm) Memory 256MB DDR2 Graphics memory Bus support PCI Express x16 HDMI Simultaneous Video and Audio Output HDTV

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  • Supports Audio and Video Simultaneously output port.
  • Users may save cable resources and refrain from buying extra wires when connecting from PC to a home entertainment center via the GECUBE™ HDMI X1300 graphics cards. The HDMI can also utilize a DVI cable to connect to DVI output ports.
  • Sharp sound and video quality.
  • A single HDMI link is capable of transferring up to 24 bits of data at 165 mega pixels per second, resulting in a massive bandwidth of nearly 4 Gbps, ensuring today's video and audio standards' requirements,1080p resolution for HDTVs and state-of-the-art digital audio formats such as DVD-Audio, are met. HDMI also offers future-proofing capabilities with extra capacity for future requirements.
  • Powered by ATI RADEON® X1300 series overclockable(90nm) GPU.
  • A 90-nanometer process GPU, a new ultra-threaded core 3D processing architecture
  • 256MB DDR 2 Graphics memory for Hypermemory 512MB.
  • 4 parallel pixel pipelines
  • PCI Express x16 lane native support.
  • HDMI(Video and Audio output) + DVI(by HDMI to DVI Cable) + HDTV + D-sub (BY cable) support
  • ATI’s Avivo™ technology connects to home entertainment devices and creates true-to-life image reproduction, and the smoothest video playback ever offered by ATI.
  • Get high image fidelity with CRT and LCD displays, TVs, rear projection and plasma TVs, and projectors.
  • New ultra-threaded core 3D architecture with ATI’s revolutionary Avivo™
  • video and display technology to drive performance to new heights with incredible speed and intense 3D graphics.
  • The Radeon® X1300 is CrossFire™ Ready (Software Mode) to deliver multi-GPU gaming performance.
  • Shader Model 3.0
  • New High Dynamic Range features visual effects, and enhances realism with adaptive anti-aliasing and lightening fast performance.
  • Accelerated MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX,WMV9, VC-1, and H.264 decoding (including DVD/HD-DVD/Blu-ray playback), encoding & transcoding
  • CATALYST™: Full Windows Vista LDDM support including Aero Glass visuals


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17 June 2006
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ATI hits first with HDMI and HDCP
Jessie Shen, [Friday 7 July 2006]

A flurry of new graphics cards featuring HDMI (high-definition multimedia interface) ports and supporting HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) are set to hit the market this summer, with graphics card vendors GeCube and Sapphire announcing products in the past few days, while Tul will soon announce its HDCP-supporting PowerColor X1600 Pro.

GeCube on July 5 announced its latest HV series of ATI Radeon X1300 and X1600 cards that offer cost-effective native HDCP implementation. The X1300 will be available in mid-July and will be priced at US$149.

Then on July 7, Sapphire Technology announced that its Sapphire Radeon X1600Pro HDMI card was shipping, making it the first available HDMI graphics card. The card features the ATI Radeon X1600 Pro GPU and supports HDCP using the HDMI interface.

Tul will also release an HDMI card featuring the ATI Radeon X1600 GPU and supporting HDCP through a Silicon Image chip on the card, industry sources stated. The card will be available at the end of this month priced at US$159, according to the sources.

According to ATI, the graphics chip maker can also support HDCP natively without the need for an extra chip, based on the requirements of its board partners.

Nvidia also reportedly is planning to launch upgraded versions of its GeForce 7900 GTX and GeForce 7900 GT graphics cards that support HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) between July and the middle of August, with the cards continuing to be manufactured by Flextronics, according to sources at Taiwan graphics card makers.

HDCP implementation as a requirement of HDTV (high-definition TV), Blu-ray and HD DVD applications. Graphics cards that don't support HDCP will degrade the resolution of HD signals from 1080P to 540p, sources recently indicated.