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MSI Introduces R5700 Series Graphics Cards

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After launching the powerful R5800 series graphics card which successfully get global overclocking enthusiasts' attention, MSI, leading graphics cards and mainboard brand-manufacturer, today introduces the latest R5700 series graphics card, MSI R5770-PM2D1G and R5750-PM2D1G. With the advanced 40nm GPU, DirectX 11 support, high speed GDDR5 video memory, and ATi Eyefinity technology, the MSI R5700 series graphics card can fully provide stunning gaming experience by DirectX 11 to gamers. In addition to better performance/power ratio compared to popular HD 4870 of last generation product, MSI R5700 is the premium high performance graphics card that you must have! Now get it with a free DirectX 11 support racing game “Dirt2” and MSI exclusive VGA overclocking utility "Afterburner"!

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They could have put the flying jet sticker on the card too.
 
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How much PCI-E connectors do these babies require?
 
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wow the 5750's cooler looks very unattractive, certainly wouldnt buy something like that, hopefully HIS will release an ICE Q version.

Im sure a lots of ppl will agree