Sapphire Announces Cheap DisplayPort Adapter For Radeon HD 5000 Series Video Cards

Posted: Aug 31 2010, 11:33am CDT | by , in News | Computer Hardware

 
Sapphire Announces Cheap DisplayPort Adapter for Radeon HD 5000 series Video Cards
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Sapphire is the largest maker of video cards that use the ATI HD 5000 series of GPUs around. The company has announced a new and cheap adapter for its line of HD 500 series video cards. The cheap adapter turns the DisplayPort into a DVI out.

The adapter is a pigtail style that allows the user to take advantage of up to three screens and support Eyefinity mode. The point of the adapter is to allow the connection of a third screen that only needs low resolution.

Sapphires idea of low resolution is a bit more than what some people think though and will support up to 1920 x 1200. The exact price of the adapter is not noted, but it should be low cost.

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