Asus EAH5550 Graphics Cards gives you 10% off for Battlefield: Bad Company 2

Asus offers its low profile EAH5550 graphics card with 10% off game coupon bundle for one of best-selling FPS action – Battlefield: Bad Company 2. The video card feature dust-proof fan,  GPU Guard, Fuse Protection and thanks to its LP design, it’s also suitable for for home theater PCs and multimedia centers.

The DirectX11 capable graphics is available in two options with cooler and passive cooling design -the EAH5550 (LP) is equipped with a dust-proof fan with a 25 percent longer lifespan than standard fans, while the EAH5550 SILENT has a huge radiator, which dissipates heat efficiently without any noise. The EAH5550/DI/1GD3(LP) comes with 1GB DDR3 memory 550 MHz core clock and 1600 MHz for memory with 128-bit memory interface, while the  EAH5550 SILENT/G/DI/1GD2 (silent) comes 1 GB DDR2 RAM and again 10% off  for Bad Company 2. Both cards have D-sub, DVI and HDMI outputs.

Asus EAH5550/G/DI/1GD3(LP)

Asus EAH5550 SILENT/G/DI/1GD2

Battlefield Bad Company 2

The EAH5550 cards are equipped with following  features:

  • GPU Guard is a printed circuit board reinforcement technique,  It protects the board against cracking and fracturing, whether as a result of shock damage or heat.
  • Fuse Protection doubles card safety with multiple sets of input fuses to eliminate excessive temperature rises.

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