Colorgraphic Introduces Advanced, Multi-Display Graphics Cards
Colorgraphic introduced its new 8-output PCI and the low profile 4-output AGP graphics cards Xentera GT 8 PCI and Xentera GT 4 AGP, respectively, which complete the new series of Xentera GT models that started shipping in May 2003.
Based on ATI graphics technology, the Xentera GT series represents the advanced multiple-display graphics cards that deliver 128-bit processing and PCI-66 compatibility.
The Xentera GT 8 PCI cards offer multiple configuration output. In addition to 8 analog displays, users can also mix 4 analog with 4 DVI displays, or can also include 4 TV outputs as part of the display mix.
The new models support DVI resolutions up to 1600x1200 per display and analog resolutions up to 2049x1536. Both cards use the MV20 in-line cabling interface, new from Colorgraphic. The MV20 cable permits direct attachment of each display to the adapter bracket. Splitter cables are not required. Users can configure a mixture of analog and DVI-type displays on either model.
Now the Xentera GT full line includes dual-output models for PCI and AGP, quad-output models for PCI and AGP, and the 8-output for PCI. (Colorgraphic introduced the first quad AGP card in 1999 with the Predator 4 AGP.)
The Xentera GT 8 will be available October 15, 2003, with an MSRP of $725. The Xentera GT 4 AGP will be available November 1, 2003, with an MSRP of $595. Both products will be available through distribution with Ingram Micro and D&H.
For further information, you can visit the Colorgraphic´s website.
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