PowerColor Drivers

Headquartered in Industry, California, PowerColor was birthed in 1997 from Tul Corporation.
Since then, PowerColor has become an industry leading brand name and is one of the largest graphics card producers in the world. Though perhaps best known for its impressive line of PowerColor graphics cards, the company also manufactures and markets motherboards, gaming cases, power supplies and a wide variety of multimedia products. PowerColor has established subsidiaries in the U.S., Taiwan, Mainland China and the Netherlands, leveraging the technical expertise of skilled R&D teams and FoxConn, the world’s largest manufacturer of computer components

PowerColor is a licensed manufacturer of ATI graphics cards and also produces NIVIDIA-based cards under the Zogis brand name. The company targets a diverse market by delivering high quality solutions that range from low-end cards for standard work stations to high-end products for demanding gaming applications. Through a close business partnership with FoxConn, PowerColor is able to modify the specifications of its cards, allowing customers to enjoy products with a higher level of power than those designed by ATI or even competitors like Sapphire Technology.

PowerColor graphics cards have been a major hit over the years. In 2004, the company was honored with at least 10 awards each month from the global industry’s most esteemed IT organizations and media. Its outstanding line of products garnered recognition from the Ministry of Economic Affairs of the R.O.C. with the 2005 Taiwan Symbol of Excellence Award, an accolade based on the core values of Design and Innovation, Quality System, Market and Brand Awareness. This prestigious award signifies honor for some of the highest quality, ground breaking products in the market.

PowerColor looks to maintain its position as a global leader by continuously marketing the best products available, complimenting them with cost efficiency, fast delivery and excellent customer support.

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