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Wednesday May 31, 2006

PowerColor X1300 PRO

For those of you that are looking for a graphics card but you donít need anything fancy, Beyond3D has the PowerColor X1300 PRO on the test bench.

As with all large add-in board vendors, PowerColor have retail packages for every possible sector of the market but in this review, we shall be examining two items from their X1300 series range - the bottom end of ATI's first SM3.0 generation of graphics chips.