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XFX HD 6870 Black DD cooling AMD Radeon Graphics Card - 1GB

1GB XFX HD 6870 Black Double D cooling, 4600MHz GDDR5, GPU 940MHz, 1120 Stream Processors, DVI/ HDMI/ mDP

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Product Overview With the 6000 series, XFX is literally putting you in the game. The AMD Radeon HD 6870 is 3-D ready and it's the first, and one of the first HDMI 1.4a and DisplayPort 1.2 solutions for Stereoscopic 3-D on the market.

The AMD Radeon HD 6870 ushers in a new era of gaming that takes users to an entirely new level. The AMD 3-D experience is truly immersive and seamless. AMD has also teamed up with other Open 3-D ecosystem partners to provide consumers with more choice, more innovation and lower cost.

Along with the new series XFX debuts the 3E Trilogy, incorporating AMD Eye-Definition (utilizing AMD's HD3D technology & DirectX 11 for explosive performance and stunning effects), AMD Eyefinity (which supports multi-display gaming) and AMD Eyespeed (improves video image quality and application performance for amazing visuals) technologies.
Features • 3rd Generation TeraScale Graphics Engine
• 40nm Process Technology
• GDDR5 Memory
• AMD Eyefinity Technology
• AMD Advanced Parallel Processing Technology (APP)
• AMD CrossFireX™ Technology
• AMD HD3D Technology
• Accelerated Video Transcoding
• AMD PowerPlay Technology
• Built-in Mini-DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 1.4 Outputs
• Microsoft Windows 7® Support
• Microsoft DirectX 11 Support
• OpenGL 3.2 Support
• Enhanced Internet Browser Applications
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
XFX / SCAN / XFX UK LTD
Telephone:
09068 354 400
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