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PowerColor Introduces Go! Green HD 5450 Series Graphics Cards

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  1. btarunr

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    TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, announces the latest HD5450 series and wraps with Go! Green features in this newest product lineup. PowerColor HD5450 Go! Green series offers environmentally friendly and power efficient for consumers. It features stealth like silence and low power consumption, providing a cost efficient and silent entertainment solution.

    With full range support of DirectX 11 and Windows 7, Go! Green HD5450 series provides a stunning high-definition entertainment experience from Blu-ray playing or other HD resources. Also, with the support of ATI stream technology, Go! Green HD5450 allows GPU to work with CPU to accelerate applications beyond just graphics, but also enables a faster and easier daily application experience.

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    Furthermore, PowerColor also offers exclusive Go! Green HD5450 solution that supports Eyefinity technology, enables multi-display capabilities and expands your visual world up to 3 displays through a single card. You will be able to watch more and get more done at the same time.

    “Wraps with the latest technology and features best-in-class performance, Go! Green HD5450 series was designed with today’s consumer’s needs,” says Ted Chen, TUL CEO. “The latest product lineup aims to provide you the best power efficiency and high quality visual entertainment experience for your home theater PC.”

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    what can it accelerate other than video?
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    Prehaps HD 7.1 music through HDMI?

    :DPost 1000 , just earned my 7th*:D
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    'allows GPU to work with CPU to accelerate applications beyond just graphics, but also enables a faster and easier daily application experience.'

    seriously 7.1 everyday use? more like video transcoding or some rubbish
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    Yup, Of course 7.1 for everyday use, the ideal situation for this card would be in a Media center (Movies and Music)
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    Still using XP, huh? Vista and 7 benefit greatly from decent DX10 graphics. Multitasking, for that matter, doesn't just require lots of memory, but also a good redraw rate, which is sorely absent from a lot of integrated graphics solutions.

    That said, they list two memory types for the Eyefinity version, meaning four SKUs in total? That's a lot for such a simple, low-end product... DDR2 can't possibly be that much (if any) cheaper anyway, given the way supply has tanked over the past six months.
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    It can accelerate flash 10.1 (still unreleased) video, as well as TWO HD video streams at the same time and the AERO interface of vista and win7. This is a great feature for people with htpc's. especially with the hdmi 1.3a with bitstreaming dts-master audio.
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    They are probably left overs found someplace they want to get rid of.

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