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[RM] Scheda video 6870 + Case Gaming

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Vendo scheda video praticamente nuova. Ovviamente se siete di Roma possiamo organizzare per incontrarci. [case venduto]


Scheda video ATI Radeon XFX 6870, perfettamente funzionante e compatibile con os x, acquistata a fine febbraio. 113€ + 7€ di spedizione con corriere.


Essendo stata acquistata da poco la scheda non ha subito nessun danno, è come nuova, fornirò ovviamente completa di scatola e tutti accessori inclusi in essa. Su richiesta posso fornire anche ricevuta. Di seguito le specifiche tecniche della scheda.



Connettività Tipo interfaccia

PCI Express 2.1 Quantità porte DVI-D

1 Quantità porte DVI-I

1 Quantità porte HDMI

1 Mini DisplayPort quantity

2 Processore Risoluzione massima

2560 x 1600 Pixels Processore grafico

Radeon HD 6870 Velocità processore

925 MHz Tecnologia di processo parallela

CrossFireX Risoluzione (analogica massima)

2048 x 1536 Pixels Risoluzione (digitale massima)

2560 x 1600 Pixels Processore stream

1120 Processore grafico / fornitore

AMD Memoria Tipo memoria adattatore grafico

GDDR5-SDRAM Ampiezza dati

256 Bit Velocità memoria

4200 MHz Memoria grafica dedicata

1024 MB Altre caratteristiche Dimensioni (LxPxA)

262 x 111.2 x 38.1 mm Dettagli tecnici Sintonizzatore TV integrato

N Modi di raffreddamento

active Fonte della scheda

Icecat.biz Video Versione DirectX

11 Versione OpenGL

3.2 Versione modello shader

5.0 Dual Link DVI


Y Versione HDMI

1.4a Requisiti di sistema Minima alimentazione di corrente

500 W Packaging Peso incluso imballo

1190 g Profondità imballo

160 mm Altezza imballo

321 mm Larghezza imballo

98 mm Gestione energetica Connettori supplementari di alimentazione

2x 6-pin Dimensioni e peso Numero di slot

2 Contenuto dell'imballo Guida utente




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