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XFX Presents Three AMD Radeon Graphics Cards

XFX has debuted three graphics cards based on AMD Radeon graphics chip variants, dubbed “The Deadly Trio“. The graphics cards in question are the XFX AMD Radeon HD 6670, XFX AMD Radeon HD 6570 and XFX AMD Radeon HD 6450, which are mainly targeting everyday computing.

The XFX AMD Radeon 6670 graphics card is meant for gamers as well as casual users. With DirectX 11 and AMD’s HD3D 3D video technology, this graphics card is good to be used for gaming and ideal to be used to watch Blu-rays or immersive 3D movies. The XFX AMD Radeon HD 6570 graphics card is being touted to be capable of taking your daily routine to the next level with similar features as the first card, but at a lower speed and power consumption. The third graphics card is the XFX AMD Radeon 6400, which is for people who want to upgrade from on-board graphics for better overall system performance with the least power consumption, making it ideal for HTPC (Home Theatre PC).

Each of these graphics cards feature AMD’s exclusive technologies including Eyespeed technology, which provides a vivid HD experience as well as optimizes everyday applications. They also feature Eyefinity technology, which enables the user to watch movies, play games and work on documents spread out on up to three displays for the ultimate panoramic perspective of work and play. AMD’s APP Acceleration is yet another technology incorporated in these products, which harnesses the power of AMD’s GPUs, with speed and better overall performance while utilizing everyday applications from Microsoft Office 2010 to web browsers like IE9 and Firefox 4. AMD   s APP Acceleration includes advanced video features to enhance the video experience with pre and post-processing reduced CPU utilization and smooth, high-quality playback of HD and online video. Last but not the least, these cards also support AMD’s OpenCL and DirectCompute 11 APIs to take over tasks, normally handled by the CPU, albeit in a more efficient way.

Source: techtree.com

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