PowerColor outs Radeon HD5770 Single Slot Edition

AMD graphics cards manufacturer,  PowerColor today extends its HD5700 portfolio with a new slim HD5770 Single Slot Edition GPU. The new model uses a single-slot fan design, suitable for users with limited space in their cases.

The new propose has one slot cooling design, which optimizes air flow and a special fan design for more efficiently cooling and also to provide easy 4-way Crossfire graphics set up.

The HD5770 Single Slot Edition has a GPU clock at 850MHz core speed, 1200MHz of memory speed and 128bit graphic interface, 1GB GDDR5 and DVI, HDMI, Display port autputs.

PowerColor HD5770 1GB GDDR5 Single Slot


“The HD5770 single slot design offers a unique option in performance for our product lineup,“ says Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation. “We can fulfill the endless desire for performance and multi-function when space is a premium.”

PowerColor HD5770 1GB GDDR5 Single Slot

PowerColor HD5770 Single Slot Edition will be available on Aug 13th.

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