PowerColor making progress with its Radeon HD 5970 Eyefinity 12 card

Another reason to go to Computex ... slick looking card!

Tul Corp-owned AMD board partner PowerColor has provided a few new pictures depicting its Radeon HD 5970 Eyefinity 12 graphics card which boasts two Cypress 40nm GPUs and 12 (twelve) mini DisplayPort outputs, enabling a massive 12-monitor setup for gaming and serious bragging rights. PowerColor's upcoming Eyefinity monster features a 2x256-bit memory interface backed by 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM, 3200 Stream Processors, DirectX 11 and Quad CrossFire support, and takes up three slots when utilized 'in full'. If you don't want to connect more than six monitors to the HD 5970 Eyefinity 12 then there's the option to remove the daughter card with six outputs that's at the rear. PowerColor has not revealed the card's clocks or pricing but that's probably because it is preparing a Computex (June 1-5) launch.


Belgium Massman says:

It's weird; normally I'm never attracted to the sticker on a card, but this card has something special. The tight design makes me want to buy the card ...

Belgium richba5tard says:

I agree, this is a very stylish sticker design!

kikicoco1334 says:

wow! that's all i got!

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