Pinnacle Micro has announced the local availability of MSI’s RX2900XT Series 3D graphics card.
The card uses ATI’s latest R600 family chipset with a 320 stream processor and native CrossFire multi GPU support. Unleashing the power of DirectX 10, the RX2900XT heightens scalability options and enables HDMI and 5.1 surround audio for a full immersive high definition gaming experience.
Rudi Thietz, procurement director: channel at Pinnacle Micro, comments: “With this introduction, users are offered a second generation unified shaded architecture as it introduces the era of immersive HD gaming delivering high frame rates at all resolutions with new visual quality mode offerings for a more realistic experience.”
In addition, the RX2900XT is designed to be proficient at processing geometric shaders, one of the more significant features in Microsoft DirectX 10 Shader Model 4.0.
In order to take full advantage of the dual graphics cards, this offering supports multi-GPU CrossFire technology. Gone is the need for a master and slave card configuration, presenting the convenience of an internal CrossFire connector. The ribbon type CrossFire bridge can be used between two RX2900XT communications.
RX2900XT series graphics processors feature ATI Avivo HD video and display technology with advanced HD features including UVD technology, HD audio and easy one-cable HDMI connectivity. With forward thinking design, RX2900XT delivers the ultimate visual experience for gamers and a platform for the next generation of both gaming and non-gaming applications.
The series delivers powerful graphics performance, improved stability and an immersive gaming experience for Windows Vista. ATI Catalyst software is designed for quick set up of graphic, video and multiple displays, automatically configuring the optimal system settings for lifelike DirectX 10 gaming including a Windows Aero user interface.