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PowerColor Power Jack

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Posted August 29, 2010 by Jake in Video Cards
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Introduction

People often say that bigger is better, but it is also said that good things come in small packages. A dichotomy, it seems. Perhaps it’s no more apparent than in the computer industry, where behemoth graphics cards are often the norm for those that want gaming framerate supremacy, but smaller processors are the future. Like a kid in a candy store, we not only want both – we want it all.

Today brings something interesting: a product that does indeed come in a small package but promises to help in the "bigger is better" mentality. The PowerColor Power Jack is designed not unlike a miniature version of a car jack, except that this lightweight device helps to support heavy graphics cards rather than car engines. Do you have a Radeon 5970? Or perhaps a GTX 480 with a heavy water block? Well, the Power Jack might be just the thing you need to provide that additional structural support in your case, in a simple and affordable setup that can help protect your precious hardware.

Let’s take a closer look at the PowerColor Power Jack and see if it rises to the challenge (sorry, I just couldn’t resist).

PowerColor

PowerColor, established by Tul Corporation in 1997, is a graphics industry leading brand name now and well known for its outstanding performance and innovative technology. As a leading provider of graphics card, PowerColor offers powerful, reliable and cost-effective solutions to customers worldwide. PowerColor graphics cards deliver every-last-drop of super-charged performance from ATI’s most advanced visual processing units (VPU). Running a PowerColor graphics card, today’s gamers are able to unleash the 3D graphics performance of their favorite game playing it the way it was meant to be played.

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