PowerColor presents PCS++ HD6870 video card

Manufacturer of AMD graphics cards PowerColor, today announces a new custom model of Radeon HD 6870, called  PCS+ HD6870. The graphics features “Platinum Power Kit” onboard design, it is packed with quality components such as Volterra, Poscap and Proadilizer for better power efficiency and higher overclocking potential, and comes with factory overclocked settings.

PCS+ HD6870 has a GPU clocked at 975 MHz (900 MHz stock) and has a 1GB of GDDR5 VRAM set to 1150MHz with 256-bit memory interface. It is equipped with three cooper core heat pipes  and 92mm cooling fan. PowerColor says that this graphics provides 8% better gaming performance with 5% less power consumed when compared to reference graphics cards.

PowerColor PCS++ HD687

The PCS++ HD6870 has dual-DVI, one HDMI and two mini DisplayPort outputs, supports AMD Eyefinity Technology and allows up to 4 displays to be connected. Price is still unknown.

PowerColor PCS++ HD687

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