Wednesday, September 23rd 2009

VTX3D Launches the Next-Generation HD 5800 Series Video-Cards

VERTEX3D, a new expected brand of AMD graphics card, today launches the next generation video card: HD5800 series. The latest series includes HD5870 and HD5850, clocks at 850MHz and 750MHz (respectively) core and 1200MHz and 1000MHz (respectively) memory. As the most powerful GPU in the world, HD5800 series has more than 2 TeraFLOPs of compute power, delivering the extreme performance like never before.

VTX3D HD5800 series is the first GPU which supports for Microsoft DirectX 11, and enables a complete Windows 7 experience. Not only that, the latest series supports ATI exclusive Eyefinity technology, and allows gamers to extend their visual sensation up to three-screen displays. With multi-output onboard design—dual DL-DVI / HDMI / Display Port, gamers can take an advantage with this latest multi-display capabilities and enjoy the most real-life gaming experience of immersing themselves IN the game.

“It’s really exciting that VTX3D includes another fantastic addition in the product lineup,” said Willie Huang, Sales Director of VTX3D, “With the most advanced technology, VTX3D HD5800 series is ready to tackle all the demanding 3D games and deliver the ultimate gaming performance like never before!”

VTX3D HD5800 series supports the latest DirectX 11 and ATI CrossFireX technology, and is ready for the latest demanding HD games. With the support from Shader Model 5.0, built-in HDMI including 7.1 surround sound audio and ATI eyefinity technology, VTX3D HD5800 delivers exaggerating lifelike visual and audio experience; and intensifies hardcore gaming sensation to its maximum.
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13 Comments on VTX3D Launches the Next-Generation HD 5800 Series Video-Cards

#1
dir_d
Since they are new they should offer an upgrade program like EVGA or BFG that will give them alot of business, if not i wouldnt buy from them unless their prices are cheaper than the others because i dont know what kind of quality they produce.
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Andy77
They're actually using Ruby as box art!? That's nice!

VTX3D (made by TUL) will be more value-orientated so in a way it will be the cheaper choice, also probably more present in emerging markets and Asia, while its sister brand PowerColor will deliver performance products, like the LCS series or something more sophisticated.
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Zubasa
by: Andy77
They're actually using Ruby as box art!? That's nice!

VTX3D (made by TUL) will be more value-orientated so in a way it will be the cheaper choice, also probably more present in emerging markets and Asia, while its sister brand PowerColor will deliver performance products, like the LCS series or something more sophisticated.
There won't be perfromance difference in reference boards anyways, so cheaper the better :rockout:
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#4
lemode
don't know if i trust a new card manufacture. i know i don't like powercolor. but i like that they ONLY have a sticker on the fan.
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Andy77
by: Zubasa
There won't be perfromance difference in reference boards anyways, so cheaper the better :rockout:
That depends what you need your card for. I never said anything about performance difference between models.

I was referring to the performance and hardcore gaming segment, that's a different story than benching, which means getting the most performance out of a card at any cost (sound and warranty wise) = "hobbyists" market segment.

A LC'ed card like the LCS on the other hand would be a better choice for a gamer who plays long hours, mainly because it will offer a quieter solution that the blow-drier and lower overall system temps if the cooling system is done right = performance/hardcore segment.
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Andy77
by: jagd
like this http://www.vtx3d.com/products_features.asp?id=28 or this http://www.sanalmarketim.com/urun/94414256a747dbb92617d15c0009fcee/VTX-Ati-HD4870-1GB-GDDR5-256Bit-16x
Sorry... I should have written LC instead of LQ for Liquid Cooling. :) ... and LCS :laugh:

Late nights...

Like this:
http://www.powercolor.com/eng/products_features.asp?ProductID=5384

BTW, the VTX3D card is more expensive than the PowerColor equivalent on that second site... hm, something's not right!
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#11
TheLaughingMan
Box Art....Is it me of does the Radeon chick look really sad on the box?
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#12
jagd
My apologies powercolor pcs series came to my mind ,vtx did awesome job in turkey they brought prices to down 170$ +VAT for 4870 1gb and 215$ + VAT for 4890 .Linked e-tailer not cheapest i know linked it for image (probably re-stocked powercolors).
GTx275 cost 265$ +VAT ,gts 250 512mb 140-150$ vat , VTX 4850 1gb is 130$ ,They are selling like hot cakes (i know our prices so high vs us ) .
TUL created VTX brand to sell cheap cards at russia -turkey and other emerging markets
by: Andy77
Sorry... I should have written LC instead of LQ for Liquid Cooling. :) ... and LCS :laugh:

BTW, the VTX3D card is more expensive than the PowerColor equivalent on that second site... hm, something's not right!
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Zubasa
by: Andy77
That depends what you need your card for. I never said anything about performance difference between models.

I was referring to the performance and hardcore gaming segment, that's a different story than benching, which means getting the most performance out of a card at any cost (sound and warranty wise) = "hobbyists" market segment.

A LC'ed card like the LCS on the other hand would be a better choice for a gamer who plays long hours, mainly because it will offer a quieter solution that the blow-drier and lower overall system temps if the cooling system is done right = performance/hardcore segment.
Like you actually hear your card when you play?
The HD 5870 is rather quiet, so your point is pretty much moot.
If you need LC just get an aftermarket block, that way it always suits your needs.
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