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Monday, 05 July 2010 17:05

New Powercolor HD 5770 detailed

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Meet the new Vortex
We managed to score some pictures and details regarding Powercolor's upcoming HD 5770 Vortex card and according to what we managed to find out so far, the new Vortex cooler will bring similar cooling performance to the cooler seen on PCS+ cards.

For starters, Powercolor will use this cooler on the HD 5770 card, while there are some plans to introduce some other cards with the same cooler, but those are still in R&D stage. As noted, Vortex cooler will have the same cooling performance as the PCS+ cooler launched a while back due to its triple-slot design. The card might end up to be factory overclocked but that is something that we weren't able to confirm at this time. In any case we are sure that there will be a lot of overclocking potential.

The new Powercolor HD 5770 should be available pretty soon and should have a price tag similar to the PCS+ branded card. You can check out the other picture over at Powercolor Facebook page.

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