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PowerColor PCS+ HD7870 Gaming Video Card

By the grace of TUL Corporation, we have been presented with a PowerColor PCS+ HD 7870 MYST Edition. PowerColor themselves are a Taiwanese subset of the previously mentioned TUL corporation, and are licensed producers of the ATI Radeon cards, as well as Nvidia cards, which they release under the Zogis brand name. Since PowerColor has the ability to change the specifications on the cards they sell, most of their cards are overclocked by default, something of a double-edged sword in my opinion, but more on that later. Ranging in price from $235 and $263 depending on the retailer, this card, with its great many features is possibly within the higher ends of availability for most consumers.