TUL Corp., the company behind graphics cards sold under PowerColor and VTX3D trademarks, has decided to shut down one of its brands. From a post on the company website, effective immediately, the VTX3D (or VTX 3D, both arrangements are used) products and the brand will be phased out and TUL (which, in the end, means PowerColor) will handle the warranty liabilities of the company. TUL introduced the first video cards sold under the VTX3D brand in early 2009 to sell budget ATI Radeon graphics in some Asian and European countries. Over time the brand introduced more advanced graphics cards targeting the high-end of the market, and at times could compete against PowerColor as well as Club3D (which is a very close partner of TUL...
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