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Hercules' ultimate graphics card powerhouse, the 3D Prophet III Titanium 500 takes nVidia's celebrated graphics chip technology and pushes it further than ever before. The chip used here is the new generation GeForce 3 Titanium 500, a hotter-than-hot piece of kit that runs at an incredible 240Mhz, using 64Mb of onboard DDR RAM that runs at 500Mhz. What's more the custom Lightspeed Memory Architecture ensures that the chip delivers ultra high speed performance no matter what resolution is selected. The nFinite-FX engine means that the card can make the most of the latest games software, adding pixel and vertex shader functionality to deliver improved textures and model detail, while the onboard support for bump-mapping, volumetric effects, shadows, and anti-aliasing refine in-game 3D even further.

Furthermore, this Rolls Royce of cards supports for TV output for DVD playback on NTSC and PAL sets up to 1024x 768 (HD) resolution, as well as DVI encoding for display on digital flat panel displays up to 1600x1200 in 16 million colours.

Or to put it another, less technical way, the 3D Prophet III Titanium 500 is fan-bloody-tastic. Buy one and your gaming will be transformed.
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January 1st, 2007
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