|Headquarters||New Taipei City, Taiwan|
The PowerColor brand was established in 1997 by the TUL corporation (撼訊科技), based in New Taipei City, Taiwan. PowerColor maintains office locations in a number of countries, including Taiwan, the Netherlands, and the United States. The United States branch is located in City of Industry, California, and serves the North and Latin American markets. Tul also has another brand, VTX3D, which serves the European and some Asian markets.
PowerColor's AMD video cards range from affordable cards appropriate for low-end workstations, to cards for high-end gaming machines, thus catering to a wide range of the market. PowerColor's manufacturing arrangement with FoxConn has given it the ability to change the specifications of cards, allowing them to announce products with higher specifications—overclocked by default—than AMD or its main competitor, Sapphire Technology.
PowerColor provides a two-year warranty on its products. In order to return a video card, the end-user must sign in and register their card. The return process is only available to end users in North America, with the customer liable for shipping.
- Club 3D - for European and some Asian markets
- Diamond Multimedia - for North and South American markets
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- PowerColor - "About Us:"
- Power Color USA does Nvidia - The Inquirer
- Press Release
- Why PowerColor Radeons are different to ATI Radeons - The Inquirer
- Powercolor range stands out from the graphics crowd - The Inquirer
- PowerColor - "Products"
- PowerColor - "Awards & Reviews"
- bit-tech.net | Review - PowerColor Radeon X1950 Pro 256MB
- PowerColor - "Warranty Information"