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[Techpowerup.com] (PR) VTX3D Launches the Next-Generation HD 5800 Series Video-Cards
VERTEX3D, a new expected brand of AMD graphics card, today launches the next generation video card: HD5800 series. The latest series includes HD5870 and HD5850, clocks at 850MHz and 750MHz (respectively) core and 1200MHz and 1000MHz (respectively) memory. As the most powerful GPU in the world, HD5800 series has more than 2 TeraFLOPs of compute power, delivering the extreme performance like never before.
VTX3D HD5800 series is the first GPU which supports for Microsoft DirectX 11, and enables a complete Windows 7 experience. Not only that, the latest series supports ATI exclusive Eyefinity technology, and allows gamers to extend their visual sensation up to three-screen displays. With multi-output onboard design-dual DL-DVI / HDMI / Display Port, gamers can take an advantage with this latest multi-display capabilities and enjoy the most real-life gaming experience of immersing themselves IN the game.
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