Thursday, May 12th 2011

PowerColor Introduces HD 6770 PCS+ Vortex II Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, introduces the 2nd generation of the Vortex Edition: the PCS+ HD6770 Vortex II Edition. The advanced edition offers not only the flexibility of users to manually adjust the fan and its physical attributes; optimizing the air flow and balancing the ambient temperature; it features perforated fans that increase air flow up to 13%. These features result in cooling the temperature up to 25% when compared to reference designs.

The PCS+ HD6770 Vortex II Edition also features factory overclocking with core and memory clocks at 900 MHz and 1225 MHz respectively. With the cooling ability seen in the Vortex Edition, it allows more headroom for overclocking that maximizes performance releasing more potential for gaming power.

“The Vortex Technology has got the patent certificate by Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan,” said Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation. “There is no doubt that this innovative cooling technology can maximize its benefit which we created from the original technology last year. It’s absolutely the best gaming solution in the performance segment.“

Also, the PowerColor PCS+ HD6770 Vortex edition utilizes “Gold Power Kit” which is composed of select components including: Shielded Alloy Choke, 3+1 Phases Design and solid capacitors. These components deliver an amazing gaming experience in a stable and efficient platform.
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9 Comments on PowerColor Introduces HD 6770 PCS+ Vortex II Graphics Card

#1
micropage7
i love mid range card since it offers many custom layout (board and cooling sollution)
and we could expect little bit better performance that reference card
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#2
RejZoR
Stupid car looking coolers...
Look at the box picture. It looks like the Ferrari in micropage7's signature. Except in this case, a large fan fell on a car. I mean wtf!?
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#3
Scheich
3 slots ? whats next .. 4 ? :wtf:
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#5
_JP_
by: RejZoR
Stupid car looking coolers...
Look at the box picture. It looks like the Ferrari in micropage7's signature. Except in this case, a large fan fell on a car. I mean wtf!?
The car on the box picture looks more like a Chevy Camaro, with a stupid substitute for an air conditioner, to me.
by: micropage7
i love mid range card since it offers many custom layout (board and cooling sollution)
and we could expect little bit better performance that reference card
Me too, except when manufacturers start coming-up with silly coolers.
by: Scheich
3 slots ? whats next .. 4 ? :wtf:
If we combine Moore's law with Darwin's theory of evolution, then yes, coolers will evolve from 3 to 4 slots. And will grow limbs and kick you in the nuts when you screw up your OC.
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#6
Jonap_1st
combine "rebranded 5770" with both same cooler and "ugly" box cover design over first vortex's.

this just not right..
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u2konline
by: jonap_1st
combine "rebranded 5770" with both same cooler and "ugly" box cover design over first vortex's.

This just not right..
lol
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#8
damric
I wonder if all these new rebrand cards (HD 6750, HD 6770, and GTX 560 non-ti) will be able to crossfire/sli with the originals (5750, 5770, and 460).
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Jonap_1st
by: damric
I wonder if all these new rebrand cards (HD 6750, HD 6770, and GTX 560 non-ti) will be able to crossfire/sli with the originals (5750, 5770, and 460).
i think 560 not-ti like you mention is not fully rebranded like 5770, cause there's still a space available between 550 ti and 560 ti. wait till bench's out..
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