Monday, November 23rd 2009

Axle Announces its ATI Radeon HD 5970 Accelerator

Axle is proudly to introduce the unimaginably powerful graphic monster in the world, Axle HD 5970. Featuring with the 2nd generation TeraScale engine, the market is already enchanted by the amazing performance of HD 5870. Now each HD 5970 is empowered by two RV870 GPU, the speed of the card is considered to reach an unparalleled level. Axle HD 5970 is built with 2GB DDR5 memory with 512 bit bandwidth. Armed with 3200 stream processing units, Axle HD 5970 display card delivers well-above four teraFLOPS computing power. Above all, overclockers will be ravished with joy by the massive headroom for overclocking capabilities of each Axle HD 5970.

The new HD 5970 also features with the most innovative technology from ATI – Eyefinity. With this unimaginable technology, gamers can connect Axle HD5800 series with three displays simultaneously at a resolution of 1080p. The “wrap around” experience enable the gamers to be fully absorbed in the animated world. Other than 3D gaming, Eyefinity can be widely adopted to the applications which require to view several windows in the same time.

Each new HD 5970 comes with the state-of-the-art ATI Stream Technology which allows each latest games playing faster at higher resolution. The overall system performance is much improved by offloading the tasks from the CPU to the GPU.

Axle HD 5970 also supports Microsoft DirectX 11. Combining with the unique features like HDR Texture Compression, DirectCompute and Tessellation, gamers will experience the unheard excitement with the highest resolutions and maximum settings.

On top of the above-mentioned, each Axle HD 5970 display card is empowered with ATI Avivo technology which provide the most vivid video playback quality on Blu-ray movies, ATI PowerPlay which adjust the power consumption according to the activity of the GPU.
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20 Comments on Axle Announces its ATI Radeon HD 5970 Accelerator

#1
Lionheart
Thats cool and all, but who are AXLE and why haven't I heard of them before
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#2
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
by: CHAOS_KILLA
Thats cool and all, but who are AXLE and why haven't I heard of them before
i just looked them up

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http://www.axle3d.com/eng/distributors.php

apparently (as far as i can find) the oldest card i seem to be able to find from them is the 6600GT which is old...but they make everything upto todays cards...maybe skipping a couple...maybe their some kind of distributer? like wholesale only?
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#3
Lionheart
Yeah maybe your right, well to me its good to see more company names, hopefully they arent like Palit or Gecube lol! :roll:
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#4
chuck216
I'll happily wait for Sapphire to make a VaporX version of the 5970. Forget unknown vendors.
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#5
Lionheart
by: chuck216
I'll happily wait for Sapphire to make a VaporX version of the 5970. Forget unknown vendors.
Yeah true dat, Im curious to see the Toxic coolers!:twitch:
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#6
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
by: chuck216
I'll happily wait for Sapphire to make a VaporX version of the 5970. Forget unknown vendors.
by: CHAOS_KILLA
Yeah true dat, Im curious to see the Toxic coolers!:twitch:
Have you ever seen a 4870x2 toxic edition? ;)
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#7
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
Palit made an aftermarket 4870X2, new PCB and cooler, I can only hope this happens for the 5800/5900's.
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#8
Scrizz
yeah the R800 revolution is calling
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#9
Vagike
by: chuck216
I'll happily wait for Sapphire to make a VaporX version of the 5970. Forget unknown vendors.
Does VaporX system actually work?
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#10
Vagike
by: CHAOS_KILLA
Yeah true dat, Im curious to see the Toxic coolers!:twitch:
Toxic Quad-Fire :rockout:
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#11
TheMailMan78
Banstick Dummy
Excuse my ignorance but who in the hell is Axel?

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#12
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Maybe they are an OEM builder like foxconn?
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#13
Relayer
Whoever they are they need to have someone who speaks the language write their English press releases.
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#14
HaZe303
Doesnt the 5970 & other ati cards of 5800 series have only 256bit wide memory bandwidth?? The article says 512bit?? Or do they mean 2x256??
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#15
Lionheart
by: HaZe303
Doesnt the 5970 & other ati cards of 5800 series have only 256bit wide memory bandwidth?? The article says 512bit?? Or do they mean 2x256??
They mean 2x256bit, it just look better when they say 512bit memory interface:p
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#16
Lionheart
by: Binge
Have you ever seen a 4870x2 toxic edition? ;)
Probably have but dont remember, Im gonna google it now!;)
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#17
erocker
by: CHAOS_KILLA
Probably have but dont remember, Im gonna google it now!;)
No, you didn't. They don't make one.
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#18
[I.R.A]_FBi
Axel F .. actually watching beverly hills cop 1+1 now
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#19
Lionheart
by: erocker
No, you didn't. They don't make one.
lol yeah i just realized, typed in hd4870x2 toxic just came up with hd4890 vapor cards!:eek:
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#20
chuck216
by: Vagike
Does VaporX system actually work?
Yes it does. My 4870 has the VaporX cooler and it runs 25c at Idle and only about 62c under full load with Furmark. Where the reference cards run anywhere from 60~70 at idle and over 100c under load from what I've read. If you've got a case with good airflow, you can't beat it for a stock cooler.
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