PowerColor announces a "green" version of the Radeon HD 5750

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Company TUL Corporation, which owns the PowerColor brand has expanded its energy-efficient series Go! Green first decision technology to support DirectX 11. The new card is based on the Radeon HD 5750 and, as stated, has maintained the level of performance reference model. However, this adapter requires no additional power supply, which probably means the absence of 6-pin power connector PCIe, available on standard versions of the Radeon HD 5750.

Unfortunately, the manufacturer has not published a picture and specifications of its new development. One can only assume that the graphics card PowerColor HD 5750 Go! Green received a 40 nm chip, 1 GB of GDDR5 memory and 720 stream processors, and its clock speeds are at the level of stock - 700 and 4600 MHz for the GPU and memory respectively. Also assumed that the accelerator has a passive cooling system.

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