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Asus Launches HD 6670, HD 6570 and HD 6450 Graphics Cards

Here’s yet another compendious string of feature-rich graphics cards designed to render optimum functionality while being noiseless for a
rich, immersive experience. The new HD 6670, HD 6570 and HD 6450  cards from Asus have recently been unleashed to offer transcendent performance for vivid graphics.

Integrated with the most recent version of DirectX 11 technology, the graphics cards lend support to ultra-realistic game characters, enhanced speed and true-to-life special effects. The efficiently designed HD 6670 and HD 6570 are clocked at 810MHz and 650MHz respectively, and feature Asus’ advancements for a refined visual experience.

The enclosed Super Allow Power applies special-formulated components to put across a power supply of a 15 percent performance boost. By taking advantage of this particular feature, the peripherals can also ensure 35 percent cooler operation and 2.5 times longer lifespan. There’s a noteworthy dustproof fan design that dissipates heat efficiently and elongates the graphics card’s duration by 25 percent through increased dust and particle resistance.

At the same time, native HDMI, dual-link DVI and Display Port connections on the EAH6670/DIS/1GD5 enable users to experience AMD Eyefinity, which can stretch out the visual horizon across three displays for unprecedented high-definition entertainment. The HD 6450 Silent Series, on the other hand, functions in low tones by using its heatsink.

Perfect for hushed gaming and multimedia enjoyment through home theatre PCs and multimedia centers, the unit comes equipped with a clock speed of 625MHz and up to 1 gigabyte of DDR3 memory on board. Native HDMI, dual-link DVI and Display Port connections are further lodged in a low profile bracket for additional convenience.

The new graphics cards from Asus are yet to receive an official word on their pricing and availability details.



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