PowerColor Radeon HD 5670 unveiled

Posted on Thursday, January 14 2010 @ 18:13 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
PowerColor released Radeon HD 5670 graphics cards with non-reference cooling, there's a model with 512MB GDDR5 memory and also one with 1GB GDDR5 memory. Both models feature a 775MHz core and 4000MHz memory.
TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, today announced the latest in DirectX® 11 mainstream graphics: the PowerColor HD5670. The PowerColor HD5670 features low power consumption, supports the latest DirectX 11® technology and enables immersive HD gaming without an external power connection.

PowerColor’s HD5670 clocks at 775MHz core speed and 1000MHz of memory speed. The card is equipped with GDDR5 memory; delivering more speed and higher bandwidth up to 4.0Gbps. Award winning cooling provider, Arctic Cooling, aims to provide superior cooling performance to all gamers. The 92mm cooling fan increases air flow at a lower fan speed to reduce the noise efficiently and is optimized for air flow to dissipate the heat from the PWM and memory. All this adds up to the ultimate gaming performance in a low-noise and cool operating environment.

“The PowerColor HD5670 will be the best-in-class performance leader,” says Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation. “With a customized board design and partnership with Arctic Cooling, the PowerColor HD5670 will provide the ultimate gaming performance at an affordable price. Next gen HD gaming starts from here.”

PowerColor HD5670 supports Microsoft DirectX® 11 and CrossFireX™ technologies, tackling the most demanding game titles. With compatibility of ATI stream technology, it offloads data parallel compute tasks from the CPU to GPU, accelerates the daily application and brings the best of productivity and gaming under the same roof.

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