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MSI GTX460 HAWK Talon Attack Vs Powercolor HD5770 CrossFireX

The Powercolor HD 5770 cards are shipped in a similar box to those we have seen from the company before, featuring a rather annoyed looking dude loaded down with weapons. There’s an ass-kicking in the air, but is this guy a giver or receiver?

The bundle includes literature on installation, a software CD, power converter, VGA adapter and crossfire cable. No free games are included.

Much like the XFX HD5770 that we looked at recently the Powercolor card is single slot, although PowerColor have opted for a traditional red PCB rather than black.

There is a single dual link DVI connector as well as HDMI and Displayport out.

The Powercolor cooler is an unusual length, with a section of the fan overhanging the PCB area. It requires a single 6 pin power connector for operation.

The cards are clocked at 850 mhz core and 1200mhz on the memory, which is the reference AMD recommended specifications.

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