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    MSI's non-reference HD 5770 detailed

    80mm "Engine Fan" and overvoltage

    We managed to score a bunch of non-reference MSI HD 5770 pictures, and most importantly, cooler pictures as this card is all about non-reference cooling. The R5770-PMD1G as MSI calls it, is MSI's non-reference HD 5770 card that will have an overvoltage feature, fan speed settings and a copper base 80mm dual slot cooler.

    The cooler looks pretty good and although the card works at reference 850MHz for the GPU and 4800MHz for 1GB of GDDR5 memory, we are positive that it will have a decent overclocking headroom, especially considering the fact that this one supports overvoltage adjustment to up to 1.3V via MSI's Afterburner overclocking software....

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    Taiwanese company MSI, known as a manufacturer of high-class graphics accelerators, has decided to renew its product line is one solution. Novelty called R5770-PMD1G and represents yet another version of the Radeon HD 5770 graphics card with non-reference cooler and stock frequencies. Latest equal to 850 and 4800 MHz for the GPU and memory respectively.




    In addition, the adapter MSI R5770-PMD1G supports increasing the voltage applied to the video processor, up to a maximum of 1.3 volts with the aid going to set utility Afterburner. Such technology is a big plus for overclockers, because it can increase the frequency of the GPU, thus improving its performance.

    For VGA card MSI R5770-PMD1G answers already mentioned dual-slot cooler with a 80 mm fan that supports PWM functionality. In addition, the accelerator is equipped with 1 GB of GDDR5 memory with 128-bit interface, video out DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort, as well as technology to support DirectX 11 and the regime CrossFireX. About the price of this interesting product has not yet reported.
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