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MSi R5770-PMD1G


$180.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Supports overvolting, this means more room for overclocking. Plenty of room for overlocking, this is due tot he overvoltage and completely user customisible fan speed settings. ATI Eyefinity, enables triple monitor setups from a single graphics card.

The Cons:Cooler does not channel all the air out of the computer, means the case will require good airflow. Fan is fragile, users should handle it with care when inserting/removing the card. Fan can be loud under load, but they do the job of cooling the card well.

The MSi R5770-PMD1G is a desktop graphics card based on the mid-range ATI Radeon HD 5770. It supports DirectX 11 and features 1 GB of GDDR5 memory, with a core clock speed of 850 MHz, like the HD 5770.

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It is similar to the PM2D1G, but features only one DVI output while adding more advanced cooling and overclocking, with a larger engine fan enabling a greater maximum voltage boost. It also includes technologies not available with MSi's lower-end graphics cards, including CrossFireX for multi-GPU scalability, and Eyefinity, which enables simultaneous output to up to 3 displays. The graphics card supports DisplayPort and HDMI outputs in addition to DVI.

Features

  • DirectX 11
  • 40nm manufacturing
  • 1GB GDDR5 memory (128-bit)
  • 850MHz core clock speed
  • 4800MHz memory clock speed
  • 800 stream processors
  • Afterburner overclocking
  • 8CM engine fan
  • PCI Express 2.1
  • OpenGL 3.2
  • HDMI/DVI/DisplayPort connectivity (with HDCP)
  • Dolby TrueHD/DTS-HD Master Audio support
  • ATI CrossFireX
  • ATI Stream
  • ATI Eyefinity
  • ATI PowerPlay
  • ATI Avivo
  • RoHS compliance

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Pros
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    Supports overvolting, this means more room for overclocking

  • 1

    Plenty of room for overlocking, this is due tot he overvoltage and completely user customisible fan speed settings

  • 1

    ATI Eyefinity, enables triple monitor setups from a single graphics card

  • 1

    MSI's afterburner software is extremely useful for overclocking

Cons
  • 1

    Cooler does not channel all the air out of the computer, means the case will require good airflow

  • 1

    Fan is fragile, users should handle it with care when inserting/removing the card

  • 1

    Fan can be loud under load, but they do the job of cooling the card well

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