GeCube releases 2 GB Radeon HD 3870
Sorry for the sarcasm, but I think as a company when you put 2GB memory on a mid-range card .. you acknowledge you've hit rock bottom. What an utter waste of money. GeCube has just released its single GPU HD3870 graphics accelerator featuring the Unified Shader architecture and 2GB of high-speed GDDR3 memory. The new graphics accelerator aims at delivering a high-definition video experience for both gamers and HD multimedia enthusiasts.
GeCube has come up with its own cooling solution to keep temperatures down. The card features a new X-Turbo III silent fan with a turbine design that efficiently cools the graphics core and the high-speed memory at extremely low noise levels. Additionally, the turbine design lets enthusiasts overclock the HD3870 graphics processor at up to 825MHz and 870MHZ frequencies for the core and memory, respectively.
The card also comes with improved support for new application technologies, 320 Unified Stream Processors, physics processing support and the ATI PowerPlay technology, a combination that delivers increased graphics computing power for the same power consumption as a stock design.