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Wednesday, 20 June 2007 14:11

PowerColor scores FiringSquad gong

Written by Fudzilla staff
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With the help of Fudzilla

PowerColor scored the Ultimate Gaming Rig award at the annual FiringSquad Industry Invitational at Computex this year, with a little bit of help from team Fudzilla.

Although PowerColor had put together a mighty powerful system, the tweaking was done by Lars-Göran and Fudo when they had a spare moment after show hours.

PowerColor competed against 15 other hardware manufacturers and even managed to beat Nvidia, as for some reason the dual 8800 Ultra system didn't seem to work in SLI.

There were several other categories and we're still waiting for the official coverage from the FiringSquad.

You can read the PowerColor press release here with the full specifications of the system.

Fudzilla staff

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