Powercolor Radeon HD 5770 Evolution

Published: Jun 3rd 2010, 19:30 GMT


Techpowerup managed to score a few detailed pictures of Powercolor’s HD 5770 Evolution, the first graphics card that has Lucid’s Hydra chip on its PCB. The idea behind the card is that it can be paired with any other graphics card, regardless of whether it’s AMD’s or NVIDIA’s.

Apart from Lucid Hydra chip, the HD 5770 Evolution graphics card is practically the same old HD 5770 with reference clocks, 1GB of GDDR5 memory and a set of outs listing DVI, DisplayPort and HDMI.

The new HD 5770 Evolution looks pretty interesting, and we are looking forward to first reviews and performance numbers when paired with another Radeon or even better, a GeForce card.


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