Radeon HD 5750 review (Crossfire)
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 10/20/2009 01:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Connectivity. I think it is safe to say that we can leave the explanation of single and dual-link DVI behind us. It is incredible to see how much connectivity this card can deal with. With the standard reference Radeon HD 5700 series cards we already have four digital connectors at our disposal, we spot two DVI, an HDMI and a DisplayPort connector.
If you like to go 3x 2560x1600 or 4x 1920x1080 ? Dude, not an issue. It's that kind of flexibility I like very much, something the competition does not offer.
Here we have flipped the card around once more and look at the top side. Let's zoom in a little on the memory. H5G indicates gDDR5 memory. The T2C indicates 2.5 GHz = 5.0 GHz effective -- this is the same memory as the reference 5770 has.
Here we see the 6-pin power connector, located at the rear of the card.
And here we have a single card all pimped out in our way too expensive test system. Looks good alright.
Here we have two cards setup in CrossfireX -- we'll be testing that as well. Works like a charm really.
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