Today marks the official launch of the ATI Radeon HD 5670 budget video card. The card is the first to offer DirectX 11 compatible gaming at a price of under $100. We have already ran a review round up of the new video card for those interested.
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The new card delivers up to 620 gigaFLOPS of computing power and uses GDDR5 VRAM. The card supports DirectX 110, 10, 10.1, and older versions as well as OpenGL titles. AMD also integrates its panoramic computing technology called ATI Eyefinity into the card as well.
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ATI Stream technology is built-in to allow faster speeds in video transcoding and improved video playback in apps like Adobe Flash. The video card will sell for under $100, but you can expect to see some versions selling for more than that amount depending on the clock speeds and bundle.