PowerColor completes a series of Go! Green five graphics cards based on Radeon HD 5450

Friday, February 5, 2010

Company TUL Corporation, which owns the brand PowerColor, announced a quintet of new graphics cards in the original series of Go! Green, includes energy-efficient solutions. All five new accelerators are based on the recently announced graphics card AMD Radeon HD 5450, relating to the entry-level product.

All new cards Go! Green HD5450 by PowerColor are based on 40 nm chip Cedar and support DirectX 11 technology, as well as mode CrossFireX, implemented in software. In addition, they received 80 stream processors and 64-bit memory bus that connects the GPU with 512 MB or 1 GB of memory DDR2/DDR3.

Clock speeds video core and memory are 650 MHz and 800/1334 MHz (depending on the type of memory). Two of the five models of Go! Green HD5450 is a version with support for ATI Eyefinity technology and are equipped with video outputs D-Sub, DVI and DisplayPort, and the remaining three versions were ports D-Sub, DVI and HDMI.

Because of its low-profile design and passive cooling system of five series graphics cards Go! Green HD5450 by PowerColor well suited for use in computer systems, home theater (HTPC), and in the sale of the quintet of new adapters should arrive shortly.


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