Wednesday, February 10th 2010

Club 3D Unveils Radeon HD 5550 and HD 5570 Accelerators

Club 3D announces the Radeon HD 5570 and Radeon HD 5550 graphics cards. Club 3D's newest offer out of the Radeon HD 5000 graphics card series delivers big performance into the mainstream market. Watch HD video content, play games, and accelerate demanding applications with Club 3D Radeon HD 5500 graphics card series. Get a multi-purpose graphics solution for maximum versatility with the most features and functionality in its class. The Club 3D Radeon HD 5500 graphics cards series consumes less power than previous generations graphics cards, eliminates the need for an external power connection and makes installation a snap.

Club 3D Radeon HD 5570 is available first in two different versions, 512MB and 1024MB model offering DDR3 memory technology. While the Radeon HD 5550 model will be available as 512MB and 1024MB model with DDR2 memory technology.
HD 5570 / HD 5550 Key Features:
  • Compliant with DirectX 11 and earlier revisions
  • ATI Stream technology
  • Supports OpenGL
  • ATI Avivo HD video and display technology
  • Advanced dynamic power management with ATI PowerPlay technology
  • HDCP-Capable
Price and availability
HD 5570 has a manufacturer's suggested retail price of USD 110 / 80 Euro and is available as off today.
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4 Comments on Club 3D Unveils Radeon HD 5550 and HD 5570 Accelerators

Redwood PRO2? Has ATI ever used a codename and then a number after it before?
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Looks promising, these should be great for making folding rigs or HTPC's. I wanna see some benchmarks, could be a potential mid-range gaming solution.
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The Exiled Airman
Ah where have the times gone, the Top Tier boards are now the Budget range boards as of PCB size, this board is like the size of a R9700 Pro.
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I just put a HIS 5570 in my htpc

The 5570 is a pretty nice card for the small size. I just put the half height 5570 1gb card in my NES HTPC and its a great low pro gamer. here is a link to it installed in my nes. Its definately the most power you can get in such a small package.
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