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Powercolor does two Eyefinity cards
Cebit 2010: Eyefinity 5 and 6
Powercolor has surprised us once we found out that they are actually showing more than one Eyefinity Edition cards, and that one of them is not based on the HD 5870 GPU. The surprise came as a card named HD 5770 Eyefinity 5, which has five mini DisplayPort outputs.
In addition to the regular HD 5870 based Eyefinity 6 card, Powerocolor will do a HD 5770 Eyefinity 5 card which will target multi-monitor market for home and office use, as the HD 5770 GPU is far from enough for some serious multi-monitor gaming, but it certainly could be used by guys that need more than 3 monitors for work.
The HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 uses a reference design, while the HD 5770 is based on Powercolor's design and has a quite famous cooler that we've seen on quite a few Powercolor cards.