PowerColor HD 5570 Graphics Card makes its case for HTPC usage

by Rafael Hernandez on April 21, 2010 · 0 comments

Finding the perfect balance of price and performance can be an exciting process but the practice has been somewhat limited in this day and age of price segments chopping up the performance pie.

The PowerColor HD 5570 Graphics Card may seem like a great choice for your low-power home theater PC, and it is, but it also has a bit of tweaking capability to give. techPowerUp has the review:

The card has one DVI port, one analog VGA port and one HDMI port. If you plan to run this card in a low-profile configuration, you may remove the analog VGA port by simply detaching the cable from the VGA card.
AMD’s integrated sound device has been upgraded to support HDMI 1.3a which includes Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD, AC-3, DTS and up to 7.1 channel audio with 192 kHz / 24-bit.

The perfect specs to enjoy your movies with and a healthy dosage of overclocking headroom for some moderate gaming performance.

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