AMD FirePro 2270 Graphics Card - 512MB

512MB Dual Display 512MB AMD FirePro 2270, PCIe 2.1 (x16), DMS-59, DVI/VGA, Low Profile

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Scan code: LN41893 Manufacturer code: 100-505971 Request call
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Product Overview 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 512MB of Graphics Memory
Enables efficient multi-tasking across multiple applications or graphics intensive applications, helping to prevent system bog downs

Dual-view Display
Expands field of view across two 30" high resolution displays, allowing users to interact with multiple applications simultaneously, see images in more detail and improve workflow productivity. Ability to stretch one image or application across both screens to create one large view

Low Power Consumption
Consumes 15W maximum power, suitable for deployment in smaller energy efficient systems

Flexible Output Configurations
Supports two 30" high resolution DisplayPort, DVI or VGA displays, allowing IT to configure set ups with existing display inventory

Passive Cooling
Optimal cooling solution helps increase MTBF, enabling higher reliability and stability

Low Profile Design
Allows installation in the smallest form factors, notebook docking stations or full height systems

Unified Driver Architecture
Delivers the stability and reliability demanded by professional users, as well as the convenience and ease of maintenance vital for IT
Specifications
Specifications
Chipset FirePro 2270
Edition N/A
Manufacturing process  
Microarchitecture  
Cores N/A
Streams N/A
Core Clock  
Boost Clock N/A
Memory Size 512MB
Memory Type GDDR3
Memory Clock  
Memory Bus  
Cooling Solution Passive
Cooler Design  
Included/Fitted Backplate No
Interface PCIe 2.1 (x16)
Connectivity 1 x DMS-59
Maximum Digital Resolution  
Maximum Analog (VGA) Resolution  
Max. Concurrent Displays  
NVIDIA SLI Support  
GeForce GTX VR Ready No
Microsoft DirectX Support  
HDCP Ready No
Width Single Slot
Low Profile Compatible Yes
Low Profile Support N/A
Graphics Card TDP/Power 15W
Graphics Card Power Connectors  
Minimum Recommended PSU  
Maximum GPU Temperature 105 °C
Dimensions  
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Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
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Telephone:
01276 932318
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