Friday, January 29th 2010

PowerColor Announces HD 5670 PCS+ Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, today announced a powerful upgrade to the latest DirectX 11 mainstream graphics: the PowerColor PCS+ HD5670. This latest graphics solution features factory overclocking with standard core and memory clocks at 785 MHz and 1000MHz respectively. Gaming performance is boosted by the GDDR5 onboard memory that enhances data transmission rates up to 4.0Gbps.

The PCS+ HD5670 also features an ultra quite 92mm cooling fan which is made of a low-noise impeller, leading to a cool and low-noise working environment measured under 30dB at load. The card takes advantage of power efficient features, consuming less than 75 watts, enabling immersive HD gaming without an external power connection.

“PowerColor’s PCS+ series has been heralded worldwide through the media and now we’re bringing the series specific feature to the HD5670 series,” said Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation. “Featuring efficient and quite cooling performance and overclocking ability, the PowerColor PCS+ HD5670 will be the best pick for HD gaming.”

The PowerColor PCS+ HD5670 takes advantage of ATI Eyefinity technology through DVI / HDMI / display port outputs, expanding your view of gaming, productivity and entertainment run up to three displays. Also, it supports ATI stream technology and increases productivity through accelerating the daily application, enhance the working and entertaining efficiency.

The PowerColor PCS+ HD5670 will be available in February.
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9 Comments on PowerColor Announces HD 5670 PCS+ Graphics Card

#1
theorw
Well i must say THAT COOLER IS THE BEST!
It keeps my 5770 just over 50 degrees on games and i cant even hear the fan!!!!!!
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#2
mdm-adph
(typo, "ultra quite 92mm cooling fan")

Really do wish the 5670 was faster. :(
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Tatty_One
Senior Moderator
by: mdm-adph
(typo, "ultra quite 92mm cooling fan")

Really do wish the 5670 was faster. :(
How many SP's?
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#4
theorw
by: Tatty_One
How many SP's?
I think the 400SP's are just fine fore 5670.
The justify the price difference of a 5770 with twice as many SP's
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#5
mdm-adph
by: theorw
I think the 400SP's are just fine fore 5670.
The justify the price difference of a 5770 with twice as many SP's
Yeah, but it's not enough to make me want to upgrade from a 4670, from what I've seen, and I was wanting to. :P
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#6
theorw
by: mdm-adph
Yeah, but it's not enough to make me want to upgrade from a 4670, from what I've seen, and I was wanting to. :P
Then grab a 5750!!!!!!!!
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#8
Mussels
Moderprator
Its a video Car!

(get it, no D :P)
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#9
jmcslob
I don't get these 56xx series cards...

Have you seen the prices of the 1gb models..they are the same as the 5750's
you can get a 5750 1gb for $130 shipped and a 5650 1gb for $138 shipped WTF?

I want a 5650 for my HTPC but I'm willing to get a better PSU before I waste money on a Video card that has 2/3 the performance of the next better card... when the 5650 should cost $65 at the most

I blame Nvidia for this BS.. They really need to get moving!!

And it better be the better card to...I don't wanna pay premium prices for AMD I want Bargain pricing BACK!!
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