TC Mag got its hands on two pictures of the upcoming Radeon HD 5770 Vortex graphics card from PowerColor. This model features a fan that is adjustable in height, in two-slot mode it promises the same performance as the solution installed on the HD 5770 PCS+ card, while in three-slot mode it should perform somewhat better.
TUL Corp's own PowerColor team is currently working on a new innovation to get it and its products in the spotlight, the Vortex fansink which can take up two or three PCI slots, depending on the way the user adjusts its fan.
Seen below installed on a Radeon HD 5770, the Vortex has an aluminum heatsink and a reasonably large and apparently quiet fan that can be 'pulled up' a few centimeters in order to provide even better cooling. In two-slot mode, Vortex is said to deliver the same numbers as the solution installed on the HD 5770 PCS+ model.