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PowerColor reveals passively cooled Radeon HD 5750

Posted on Thursday, November 05 2009 @ 17:58:27 CET by

PowerColor introduced the SCS3 HD5750, a new Radeon HD 5750 graphics card with a passively cooling solution. The card will start shipping on November 20th for $149.
The PowerColor SCS3 HD5750 features an effective passive cooling solution dissipating excessive heat with minimal noise. The copper base, which fully covers, the GPU through 4 copper heat pipes and 32 piece heat sink offers outstanding cooling performance in a quite setting.

While running passively, the PowerColor SCS3 HD5750 maintains the original specifications with core engine of 700MHz, 1150 MHz memory speed. This model takes advantage of the latest 40nm technology, providing better performance while using less power and offering an excellent balance between a superior gaming experience and power efficiency.

“To meet the demands of every kind of customers, we always try hard to create some impressive product series to achieve the goal,” says Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation. “With the PowerColor SCS3 HD5750, we’re offering a perfect balance of performance, price and superior noise suppression.”


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PowerColor SCS3 HD5750
by Anonymous on Wednesday, February 10 2010 @ 02:02:11 CET
Technically, they are otherwise not different from a standard Radeon HD 5750. In the test we want to explain, therefore, whether the graphics card by the dormant radiator and is really fully silent, how strong it heats advancing under load, and whether they can still overclock. Read more from the whole review for PowerColor SCS3 HD5750 at:


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