PowerColor watercooled Radeon HD 6990

Published: 6th May 2011, 04:10 GMT

PowerColor officially unveils its watercooled Radeon HD 6990 | News | TechConnect Magazine
TUL Corp. has now taken the veil off the PowerColor LCS HD6990, a Radeon HD 6990 which features stock clocks but has a single-slot design and uses of a full-cover waterblock made by EK. Thanks to the waterblock this card runs at 30% lower temperatures in load compared to reference models.

The LCS (Liquid Cooling Solution) HD6990 has 3072 Stream Processors, a dual BIOS, Volterra digital PWM, a GPU clock of 830 MHz (880 MHz with the second BIOS), a 2 x 256-bit memory interface, 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM set to 5000 MHz, CrossFireX support, and five outputs – one DVI and four mini DisplayPort.

PowerColor’s card is bundled with high-flow 3/8″ and 1/2″ fittings, and should become available later this month. Pricing was not announced.


by WhyCry

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