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XFX Releases Radeon HD 6000 Series Graphics Cards

XFX Releases Radeon HD 6000 Series Graphics Cards

XFX debuts the XFX Radeon HD 6670, XFX AMD Radeon HD 6570 and XFX AMD Radeon HD 6450 graphics cards, which are specially designed to accelerate everyday computing.

Prepare to be fully immersed with the XFX AMD Radeon 6670 graphics card as it delivers impressive enhancements for both work and play. With the use of DirectX 11 and AMD’s HD3D, this visually brilliant card provides crisp, clear graphics that leap off of the screen whether you’re engrossed in an intense game or relaxing and watching a Blu-ray or 3D movie.

The XFX AMD Radeon HD 6570 graphics card takes your daily routine to the next level with the latest video features as well as second-generation support for DirectX 11, which provides clear performance with ultra-realistic detail while viewing movies and playing games.

Get ready for a performance boost with the XFX AMD Radeon 6400 graphics card which delivers discrete graphics performance and allows users to multi-task with impressive speed. This highly functional card is perfect for everyday computing.

All three high-powered graphics cards make use of AMD’s exclusive technologies including Eyespeed technology, which provides a vivid HD experience as well as optimizes everyday applications. Expand your horizons with Eyefinity technology and watch movies, play games and work on documents spread out on up to three displays for the ultimate panoramic perspective of work and play. DirectX 11 and AMD’s HD3D gives graphics an ultra-realistic look on Blu-ray and 3D movies, as well as games, bringing all the special effects to life.

These graphics cards also feature AMD’s APP Acceleration that harnesses the power of AMD’s GPUs, with speed and better overall performance while utilizing everyday applications from Microsoft Office 2010 to web browsers like Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and Mozilla FireFox 4. AMD’s APP Acceleration includes advanced video features to enhance the video experience with pre and post-processing reduced CPU utilization and smooth, high-quality playback of HD and online video. AMD was the first company to provide support for both OpenCL and DirectCompute 11 solutions, which are both now leading industry standards.

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