Tuesday, August 18th 2009

Vertex3D Announces Partnership with Arctic Cooling, Intros VTX3D HD4870

VERTEX3D, a new expected brand of AMD graphics card, today announced the partnership with leading cooling solution provider, ARCTIC COOLING, ready to bring a premium cooling solution of HD4870 series, provides a perfect combination of ultimate gaming performance and the coolest operating environment.

VTX3D HD4870 clocks in with a 770MHz core speed and 900MHz of memory speed that provides a superior gaming performance. In addition, VTX3D HD4870 is equipped with ARCTIC COOLING Accelero TWIN TURBO Pro cooling solution, with dual 92mm fans to increase air flow at low fan speed and 4 heatpipes to reinforce its cooling performance. VTX3D HD4870 cooling solution offers a surprisingly quiet operation for gamers to immerse themselves in the gaming world.

"Our goal was to provide a superior performance with faster and cooler environment," said Willie Huang, Sales Director of VTX3D, "With the partnership of the leading cooling solution provider, ARCTIC COOLING, I believe we can easily achieve that!"

VTX3D HD 4870 is compatible with Microsoft DirectX 10.1, PCI Express 2.0, on-chip HDCP, built-in HDMI with 7.1 surround audio, and also supports Shader Model 4.1, Universal Video Decode 2, and ATI CrossFireX technology, ready to tackle all the intense 3D games.
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24 Comments on Vertex3D Announces Partnership with Arctic Cooling, Intros VTX3D HD4870

#1
Maban
Looks like it cools well, but also looks like triple slot, which is quite a turn off.
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#2
ZoneDymo
tripple slot?
HD4870?

man, if they made it a high clocked HD4890 it would be ok but this is just stupid.
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#3
DrPepper
The Doctor is in the house
4870 so late in the game ... meh :(
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#4
KainXS
its a brand new company, you gotta start somewhere man
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#5
Cheeseball
I believe VERTEX3D may be a subsidiary of Palit, just like GALAXY, Gainward, etc. are...
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#6
AsRock
TPU addict
by: DrPepper
4870 so late in the game ... meh :(
Shame to, although you could put one with a 4890 still.

by: KainXS
its a brand new company, you gotta start somewhere man
You sure do and i guess the cost of putting them on 4890's would of lowered stock to much. Their surly different from the rest.

Thing i'm hating about AC these days is there VRM cooling is to cheap ass.
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#7
Maban
VRM area looks like copper painted aluminum.
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#8
Mussels
Moderprator
no crossfire, triple slot (when i see people mispell triple with a double P, i always read it as nipple) and a pretty much standard design... doesnt seem to special
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#9
werez
by: Cheeseball
I believe VERTEX3D may be a subsidiary of Palit, just like GALAXY, Gainward, etc. are...
No VTX3D is a TUL brand , just like PCS ( Powercolor ) . They allready have a Hd4890 with that zerotherm heatsink , just like PCS .


So basically you are buying Powercolor :)
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#11
Kitkat
The new design looks interesting. then again most any artic coolings fans do. :laugh:

by: werez
No VTX3D is a TUL brand , just like PCS ( Powercolor ) . They allready have a Hd4890 with that zerotherm heatsink , just like PCS .
http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/9481/vtx3dcdradeonhd4890dhfx.th.jpg

So basically you are buying Powercolor :)
and basicly you are buying a radeon. :)
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#12
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: Kitkat
The new design looks interesting. then again most any artic coolings fans do. :laugh:



and basicly you are buying a radeon. :)
& basicly you are buying a ATi card :)
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#13
r1rhyder
by: Mussels
no crossfire, triple slot (when i see people mispell triple with a double P, i always read it as nipple) and a pretty much standard design... doesnt seem to special
Yeah, a day late and a dollar short. Us> :nutkick:
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#14
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Mussels
no crossfire
:confused:

by: Cheeseball
I believe VERTEX3D may be a subsidiary of Palit, just like GALAXY, Gainward, etc. are...
Nope. VTX3D is owned by TUL, which also owns PowerColor. Also, Galaxy is not owned by Palit.
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#15
werez
by: btarunr
:confused:



Nope. VTX3D is owned by TUL, which also owns PowerColor. Also, Galaxy is not owned by Palit.
Galaxy is owned by PALIT since March 2008 , GALAXY ( also branded as KFA2 ) just received an AWARD from NVIDIA for its outstanding quality and leading innovation ( read custom : cooling solutions , own designed PCB`s ) . GALAXY is well known in CHINA , EUROPE and RUSSIA , therefore PALIT bought them for marketing expansion purposes back in 2008 . Remember that GALAXY was just a brand , they did not have any factories , other manufacturers built their cards back then .
In China you can find something like this for a GTX260 :

In Europe you can find the same card , only it has a green color scheme .
They won an award recently for the best single video card solution , one for the most non-reference cards in China ( trust me they have like 20 different versions of GT200 based cards there ) Also there is one GTX 260 GALAXY card that uses the cooler from GAINWARD GTX260 ( or the EXPERTVISION/PALIT , same thing ) .

MAXXSUN - is another PALIT brand . ( 影驰的这块GTX260 )
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#16
Mussels
Moderprator
by: btarunr
:confused:
its too big - it'd hit the other card.
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#17
werez
The card seems decent if you are looking for a upgrade ( sigle card ) , lets say you want to upgrade your hd4830 or older video card or smth . The twinturbo is a good cooling solution , gets the job done . There are a lot of non crossfire addicts out there ...
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#18
Mussels
Moderprator
by: werez
There are a lot of non crossfire addicts out there ...
theres a lot of people out there who dont have four slots to sacrifice for a card, as well.

1 for the card, 2 for the cooler, one so the cooler actually gets some air.
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#19
werez
Yes , i agree ...
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#20
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Mussels
its too big - it'd hit the other card.
There are plenty of boards out there with >2U spacing between two PCI-E x16 slots.
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#21
Zubasa
by: btarunr
There are plenty of boards out there with >2U spacing between two PCI-E x16 slots.
The point is why grab this big ass 4870, if you can get a 4890 that out performs this while not much more expensive? :p
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#22
werez
i like bigass video cards , no seriously , i really really do :)
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#23
eva2000
same design as Amaze-tech.com's HD4890 OC edition 900/400 card :)
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#24
Kantastic
by: Mussels
no crossfire, triple slot (when i see people mispell triple with a double P, i always read it as nipple) and a pretty much standard design... doesnt seem to special
There are boards that have PCI-E lanes far apart like that one DFI board.
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