PowerColor PCS+ series Radeon HD 6870 comes with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare2

PowerColor today introduces a new addition to its PCS+ series graphics card, the PCS+ HD6870, which comes factory overclocked and with custom cooling solution.

The PCS+ HD6870’s core runs 940MHz (900 MHz standard version) and has 1GB GDDR5 with clocks at 1100MHz and 256bit memory interface. The card is equipped with PCS –  Professional Cooling Solution, which include a 92mm cooling fan and three copper heat pipes, and according manufacturer cools down the temperature up to 15% compared with reference board designs, as well offers more overclocking capabilities. The video card has dual DVI, one HDMI and two mini DisplayPort outputs and comes bundled with  Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 first-person shooter.

PowerColor PCS+ HD6870 graphics card

The PCS+ HD6870 is expected to be available later this month.

PowerColor PCS+ HD6870

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