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PowerColor Shows Off Custom Video Cards At Computex 2010
|Product:||Various Video Cards|
|Date:||Sun, Jun 06, 2010 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
PowerColor Shows Innovation At Computex 2010
PowerColor was showing off the world’s first single card solution that combines a DirectX 11 enabled graphics chip with a Network Processing Unit (NPU) that is coming to market as the PowerColor HD5770 Sniper edition. We aren't sure exactly what to call this 'video card' though as it's unlike anything we have seen before. The card features Advanced Game Detect technology, which means that the card can classify the right network traffic and separate the game data for priority treatment, enabling a faster and more fluid gaming experience. This technology designed by Bigfoot also bypasses the Windows network stack in a bid to offer the highest performance, often measure not only in bandwidth, but also latency.
It's a little strange seeing a nic port on the back of a video card isn't it? The PowerColor HD5770 Sniper edition was certainly one of the most unusual and innovative products that we spotted at Computex 2010.
PowerColor didn't stop there with the innovation though and was also showing off their Hydra card. This is the world’s first graphics solution that contains a Lucid Hydra Engine chip that allows you to easily mix and match graphics cards for improved graphics performance. The PowerColor Radeon HD5770 evolution edition video card enables the combination of any GPU from both parties without any extra connector, delivering a faster than one graphics performance with 2 or 3 SLI/CFX GPU support.
The PowerColor Radeon HD5770 single slot edition fulfills the desire of performance and multi-function seekers when space is a premium. The slim HD5770 can maximize your rig’s performance in a single slot design, providing the possibility for gamers to upgrade their rig and deliver an out-of-box gaming performance. The PowerColor Radeon HD5770 single slot edition might just be a single slot card, but features DisplayPort, HDMI and DVI connectors on it.
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