PowerColor showcased Radeon HD 5750 and 5770 at CeBIT 2010

PowerColor took the advantage of the CeBIT to introduce two new graphics cards quite original. Also based on ATI solutions, the newcomers are characterized by a cooling system, the other by his connections. PowerColor has indeed a Radeon HD 5750 with 1GB of video memory and operating frequencies of 700 MHz for the graphics chip and 1150 MHz memory. First feature of this card: its passive cooling system, thus completely silent. Second feature: the absence of electrical power connector, the card is self powered by the PCI-Express.

Second model presented by PowerColor and just as unexpected, a Radeon HD 5770– cooled conventionally with operating frequencies set as follows: 850 MHz for the graphics chip, 1.2 GHz for the 1 GB video memory onboard. But the peculiarity of this map is well since its release Eyefinity 5 Edition offers a total of 5 DisplayPort connectors. It can fly up to five screens.

 

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