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Asus EAH5550

The Asus EAH5550 is a graphics card powered by ATI Radeon HD 5550 and features PCI Express 2.1 bus standard, 1G DDR3 video memory, 1024 MB memory size and 550 MHz engine clock. It has a memory clocking speed of 1600 MHz (800 MHz DDR3), 128-bit memory interface, 2048 x 1536 D-Sub maximum resolution, 2560 x 1600 DVI maximum resolution and supports the following output: D-Sub Output, DVI Output, and HDMI Output with HDCP. The GPU is bundled with the ASUS Utilities & Driver. It measures an…

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Asus EAH5550

The Asus EAH5550 is a graphics card powered by ATI Radeon HD 5550 and features PCI Express 2.1 bus standard, 1G DDR3 video memory, 1024 MB memory size and 550 MHz engine clock. It has a memory clocking speed of 1600 MHz (800 MHz DDR3), 128-bit memory interface, 2048 x 1536 D-Sub maximum resolution, 2560 x 1600 DVI maximum resolution and supports the following output: D-Sub Output, DVI Output, and HDMI Output with HDCP. The GPU is bundled with the ASUS Utilities & Driver. It measures and is compatible with Windows 7. The GPU supports DirectX11 gaming experience.

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The Asus EAH5550 is a graphics card that features a dust-proof fan design which dissipates heat while expending lifespan of the GPU by 25%. It also features Fuse Protection technology for double the over-current protection for risk-free computing, 1GB DDR3 Memory, PCI Express 2.1 support and supports real-time overclocking, benchmarking and video capturing in any PC game. The GPU also comes bundled with ASUS Smart Doctor hardware protection and overclocking tool, is powered by ATI Radeon HD 5550 GPU with 40nm construction for lower power consumption and efficient transistor, Microsoft® DirectX® 11 support which brings visual realism to gaming on the PC; Microsoft® Windows® 7 support, and Unified Video Decoder2 (UVD2) for Blu-ray™ and HD DVD output at full 1080p display resolution.

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