Radeon HD 5570 review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 02/08/2010 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
So you just finished reading the Radeon HD 5450 review did ya ?now Well wait there is more ... just when you thought you can pull out, ATI pulls you back in. Yes my friends ATI is not yet done releasing graphics card in the very popular Radeon 5000 series. Oh no Sir, in fact this month alone will see no less than three graphics card releases in total.
It's simple -- ATI isn't done yet filling up the series product line as they want to offer a graphics card for any budget. This month two more cards are being released as next to today's launch of the 5570 we expect a Radeon HD 5830 quite soon as well, which I guarantee you will be a very popular card in performance and price. But here's what ATI offers starting today:
- Radeon HD 5450
- Radeon HD 5570
- Radeon HD 5650
- Radeon HD 5670
- Radeon HD 5750
- Radeon HD 5770
- Radeon HD 5850
- Radeon HD 5870
- Radeon HD 5970
With that information imprinted in your brain let's talk about the Radeon HD 5570. ATI today is launching the most budget of gaming graphics cards, the Radeon series 5500. In specific today we'll look at the Radeon HD 5570. A DX11 class product, with multi-monitor Eyefinity support (up-to three monitors) and a very low price -- set at just 69 USD.
For the money versus quality, it will actually make a bitching nice HTPC card, but here's the real advantage, with 400 unified shaders processors you certainly can handle some low-level gaming with it as well. Half a TeraFLOP is what is thrown at you performance wise with a card that not uses roughly 40W of current.
At the very least that's interesting, let's check it out and then head on over to the next page please.
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