ATI Radeon HD 5570


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This graphics card is based on the 40nm Redwood GPU and includes 1024MB DDR3 memory on 128-bit memory interface, and 400 stream processors shaders. 520 gigaflop compute performance. The card features 650/1800 MHz core/memory clock speeds with 28.8GB/s memory bandwidth. Unified Video Decoder and ATI Avivo HD video. Comes with dual DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort connectors. DirectX 11 API and pixel shader 5.0 technology support. CrossFire and HDCP capable.

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ATI Radeon HD 5570 Reviews Rating: 92 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Benchmark Reviews 9.15/10 Feb 10 '10
Guru3D  --- Feb 09 '10
Hard Tecs 4U  --- Feb 09 '10
Hot Hardware  --- Feb 09 '10
Legion Hardware  --- Feb 07 '10
OverclockersHQ  --- Feb 08 '10
Techgage  --- Feb 09 '10
Tom's Hardware  --- Feb 09 '10
Neoseeker  --- Feb 09 '10
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ATI Radeon HD 5570 Roundups and Shootouts

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ATI Radeon HD 5570 Review PC Perspective -- Feb 10 '10
ATI Radeon HD 5570 Review Tom's Hardware -- Aug 18 '10

Benchmark Reviews on Feb 11 '10

"The ATI Radeon HD5570 earns a Golden Tachometer Award for bringing "Redwood" class performance to a low profile form factor. There are definitely some buyers that absolutely want a low profile..."

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Guru3D on Feb 09 '10

"So final words then, if you really can't spend more money on a graphics card to game at .. well this might be the product to lookout for. Remember, it's not a lot, but it's decent enough. For..."

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Legion Hardware on Feb 09 '10

"The only advantage the Radeon HD 5570 has over the much older GeForce 9600 GT is just that, it’s newer and therefore sports a few new technologies. However when it comes down to it, these features..."

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Neoseeker on Feb 09 '10

"A new week, and a new video card launched by ATI. This time we have a step in between the entry level HD 5450 and the mid-range HD 5670. "

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OverclockersHQ on Feb 10 '10

"I recommend this card? Yes, if you are a casual gamer and 1280 resolution lover than the 5570 is the card for you. On the other hand if you are a hard core gamer and want max settings all the time..."

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