AMD has offered a budget price tag of below $100 (£62) for its new ATI Radeon HD 5670 – DirectX 11 capable graphics card. AND ultra-high, high and medium end cards in the 5000 series are already popular among the users.
However a cheaper model will definitely provide a marketing edge. The ATI Raedon HD 5670 uses 61W maximum and 14W when it is idle. This system is offered complete with Eyefinity Multiple-Monitor Capability (Maximum 4 but 3 at start).
AMD has clear understanding of market demand for DirectX 11 capable graphics cards. Quite recently AMD sold its two millionth DirectX 11 graphics chip and intend to celebrate the occasion. The PC market louds AMD enabled DirectX 11 support, comments Matt Skynner, vice president and general manager AMD Graphics Group.
AMD has become a top game player by launching many series in the software infrastructure. They have proved the innovative expertise in graphics as nobody has done in the magnitude and quantum presented by AMD. The series successfully launched are:
ATI Radeon HD 5970, ATI Radeon HD 5800 and ATI Radeon HD 5700.
The graphic quality world, world popular products that are being used and appreciated by customers of all classes are the unmatched ATI Eyefinity technology and ATI Stream technology. These are serving literally millions of customers throughout the world.
The card boasts are capable to compute power to the tune of 620 gigaflops, has a core clock speed 775 MHz and has 400 stream processors, as claimed.
The Headlines are turning to the most preferred DirectX 11 capability by gamers who will explore the cheaper option and take full advantage of the DX 11 capacity of Windows 7 PCs.
The nearest competitors in the market NVIDIA are yet to describe their DX11 card version.
AMD is also launching ATI Radeon HD 5500 and HD 5400 series soon. These are described as HD 5500 – a low profile graphic card for small form-factor PCs and media centres, bringing DX11 support, Eyefinity support for 3 monitors, HDMI 1.3a and Dolby and DTS support.