AMD FirePro 2270 Graphics Card - 1GB
Employees in many industries need two computer monitors to successfully display and interact with information they need to get the job done. To meet these needs, IT needs a flexible professional graphics solution that’s compatible with the variety of displays and computing systems they happen to have on hand.
AMD FirePro™ 2270 professional graphics are capable of driving two 30” high resolution DisplayPort, DVI or VGA displays. Featuring a low profile, energy efficient design, the AMD FirePro 2270 can be deployed in a wide range of systems, from notebook docking stations to small form factor desktops to large tower workstations.
Features • Drives two 30” high resolution displays – DisplayPort, DVI or VGA
• Maximum digital resolution 2560 x 1600
• 1GB graphics memory
• PCI Express® 2.1 compliant
• PCI Express® x16 and x1 options available
• Full DirectX® 11 and OpenGL® 4.1 support
• Low profile, half length design, 2.3” x 6.6” (55mm x 165mm)
• Consumes 15W at maximum power ? 14% less than the competing solution
• Featuring support for standard display connections, AMD FirePro™ 2270 professional graphics are compatible with most displays, from older to the newest models
|Interface||PCIe 2.1 (x16)|
|Connectivity||1 x DMS-59|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||2560x1600 (WQXGA)|
|Maximum Analog (VGA) Resolution||1920x1200 (WUXGA)|
|Max. Concurrent Displays||2 Displays|
|NVIDIA SLI Support|
|GeForce GTX VR Ready||No|
|Microsoft DirectX Support|
|Low Profile Compatible||Yes|
|Low Profile Support||Yes|
|Graphics Card TDP/Power||17W|
|Graphics Card Power Connectors|
|Minimum Recommended PSU|
|Maximum GPU Temperature||105 °C|
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