Scheda video ATI anche da Crucial
Anche Crucial, noto produttore di moduli memoria, avvia la commercializzazione di una scheda video basata su chip ATI Radeon, il modello Crucial® Radeon™ 8500LE 128MB. QUi di seguito è riportata la press release ufficiale:
Meridian, Idaho, July 29, 2002 — Crucial Technology®, a division of Micron and one of the world's largest direct memory upgrade providers, introduced today the Crucial® Radeon™ 8500LE 128MB video card powered by ATi and featuring Micron® double data rate (DDR) synchronous DRAM (SDRAM).L'intera press release è disponibile on line a questo indirizzo.
"Crucial has a long-standing reputation for providing quality products that enhance system performance," said Crucial Technology General Manager Mike Bokan. "Our new video card features Micron DDR, giving our customers another great way to benefit from direct access to our high-quality memory and superior service and support."
"Installing a new video card is easy and it's the ideal method, in addition to adding more RAM, to get your computer ready for the latest graphic-intensive software," said Crucial Technology Technical Support Manager Mike Sanor. "In particular, gamers and those who use software for manipulating digital images or video will enjoy smoother and more realistic graphics with the new Crucial Radeon 8500LE video card."
The Crucial Radeon 8500LE video card features 128MB of high-quality Micron DDR SDRAM, 400-MHz RAMDAC, DVI-out, dual-display capability, and a six-foot S-video cable, allowing the video card to connect to a S-video-compatible television display. The video card is available on Crucial's Web site at www.crucial.com and is currently priced at US$134.99. The Crucial video card comes with a limited lifetime warranty, free second-day shipping within the contiguous US (for a limited time), and Crucial's renowned customer service and technical support.