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The FirePro V5700 Graphics Card is a professional computer graphics card from AMD that is suitable for a variety of applications that require or benefit from having a dedicated GPU. In addition to driving displays, having a dedicated graphics card can help shift the much of the computational heavy lifting off your CPU when using GPU-aware software and APIs.
The card features 320 stream processors that not only act as shaders when rendering display graphics, but also can serve to perform dozens of simple calculations simultaneously when using software or APIs that support parallel processing. To help move data to and from the processors as quickly as possible, the card features 512MB of DDR3 RAM.
For compatibility with a wide range of display devices, including computer monitors, projectors and HDTVs, the FirePro V5700 features two DisplayPort and a dual-link DVI-I (digital and analog) outputs. With these connection it can drive up to two displays running concurrently with resolution up to 2560 x 1600 each at 30-bits.
Popular API Support
Supports DirectX 10.1, OpenGL 3.2, Shader Model 4.1, and other APIs to allow GPU-aware applications to benefit from the acceleration provided by a dedicated graphics card, taking much of the workload off your computer's CPU
30-Bit Display Pipeline
Capable of generating 10 bits per RGB channel for a total of 30 bits per pixel. 30-bit produces 4x more colors than 24-bit products to give you more accurate color reproduction for mission critical graphics applications
Unified Video Decoder 2 (UVD 2)
Offloads much of the processing involved in decoding MPEG-4, H.264, MVC, MPEG2, and other video codecs from the CPU to the graphics card to provide better video quality than when relying on the CPU alone
Unified Superscalar Shader Architecture
The card distributes graphics rendering across 320 stream processors. Features of the shader architecture include:
Dynamic load balancing and resource allocation for vertex, geometry, and pixel shaders
Common instruction set and texture unit access supported for all types of shaders
Dedicated branch execution units and texture address processors
Applies anti-aliasing and enhancement filters as video is rendered to produce smoother-looking graphics. These include:
Multi-sample anti-aliasing: 2, 4, or 8 samples per pixel
Up to 24x Custom Filter Anti-Aliasing (CFAA) for improved quality
2 x Displayport - DP 1.2 support
1 x DVI-I dual-link
PCI-E 2.0 x16
Windows: 7, Vista, XP - 32 or 64-bit versions
Linux: 32 or 64-bit kernels - support varies depending on distribution
512 MB or more system RAM
CD-ROM for software installation
1 x Free PCI-E x16 expansion slot
350 W or more power supply