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Asus to release funky cooled HD5750 ‘formula’

Asus to release funky cooled HD5750 ‘formula’

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ATi’s newest range of cards are massively popular in the enthusiast marketplace with demand unfortunately exceeding supply. Asus are one of the finest graphics card manufacturers as they love to release cards with custom cooling solutions and some even have tools to allow overvoltage for insane clock speeds.

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They are due to release their “EAH5750 Formula” in early December and we spoke with them this morning to get the details. The card not only receives a new Formula fansink but they claim it runs 14% cooler than the reference designed ATi board. There is also a Micro Surface Treatment applied with a durable dust proof fan system to ease the pain when it comes around to cleaning out the dirt months down the line.

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The Asus Formula card ships with 1GB of GDDR5 and the core clock is set at 700mhz with the memory running at 1150mhz (4.6ghz). The memory interface is 128bit and there is support for HDMI, DVI and VGA which makes it an ideal card for a media center. Asus also supply a power cable, Crossfire bridge cable if you decide to add another later and they also give a HDMI to DVI-I dongle for dual screen use if your screen won’t support HDMI directly.

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We should have one of these in our labs very soon so be sure to check back for a full review nearer the time.

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