GeCube launches two Vista certified graphics series

GeCube has launched two series of ATI Radeon graphics cards which are certified for Microsoft's soon to be released Windows Vista operating system (OS). The new Radeon 1550 series offers four parallel pixel pipelines and comes in versions offering from 128MB to 512MB DDR2 memory, while the lower-end Radeon 1050s feature separate rendering and geometry engines and come in just 128MB DDR and 256MB DDR2 versions.

Both series are available in PCI Express (PCIe) and AGP versions with the PCIe variants offering more features, including Hypermemory, and, in the case of the 1550 series, support for ATI's multi-GPU technology, Crossfire

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News source: DigiTimes

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It was said on the Web that the 1050 is a rebranded X300 card, using the same GPU and the 1550 is the old X600. It's new name for old card to milk some more money with the release of Vista.