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Powercolor has officially unveiled the Radeon HD 5770 PCS+, a factory overclocked non-reference Radeon HD 5770.

The card works at 875MHz for the GPU and comes with 1GB of GDDR5 memory overclocked to 4900MHz. Just for comparison, the reference card works at 850MHz for the core and 4800MHz for memory.

The card comes with a dual slot cooler and a 92mm fan. The cooler looks like it comes from Arctic Cooling but we couldn't confirm this.

The new HD 5770 PCS+ card also features a non-reference PCB and slightly redesigned backplate. It still has DisplayPort, HDMI and two DVI outputs but this time they are distributed in a different way, probably in order to give it a better back exhaust.

As most of the new DirectX 11 cards, this one is aslo bundled with DiRT 2 and should hit retail/e-tail as of December 18th.



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Does this have the adjustable voltage? I know my Powercolor card (That has the same PCB as the PCS HD4890) doesn't have software voltage.
 

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Originally Posted by MNiceGuy View Post
Don't forget the Lamborghini Gallardo styling cues are good for another couple FPS.

That's not a Gallardo. That's a Murcielago...AND THEY'RE WORTH 10 FPS ON CRISIS!
 

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Its not too bad...

I'm in the market for a 5770 too...I need something to hold me off until all this NIVIDA hype is over!! I hope thats soon, mainly because I'm so ****ing sick of seeing rumored threads about Fermi's release, performance, and speculated prices...

Oh...also because I want one...

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