Friday, November 5th 2010

Vertex3D Announces Radeon HD 6850 X Edition Graphics Card

VERTEX3D, a new brand of AMD graphics card, today announces an advanced version of the next generation HD6850 graphics: the VTX3D HD6850 X Edition. The X series aims to deliver extreme gaming performance in the ultra quiet working environment with factory overclocked setting, and tackles the most demanding gamers and applications.

The HD6850 X Edition features superior factory overclocked ability, with core clocks at 800MHz and memory clocks at 1050MHz. Equipped with the most advanced GDDR5 memory, delivering faster and higher bandwidths, allows the ultimate gaming performance on the maximum setting. Gamers can easily tune their rig to its limitations.

The HD6850 X Edition also features ultra cooling performance. With a 92mm cooling fan and 2 pure core heat pipes, this efficient cooling solution can easily dissipate heat from cooper base, which fully covers the GPU, and cools down the temperature efficiently.

The latest VTX3D HD6850 X Edition supports AMD Eyefinity Technology, enabling all gamers to expand their gaming views across up to 3 displays. Also, with the support of DirectX 11 technology, gamers can get amazing HD gaming experience for the hottest and most demanding game titles. Furthermore, the HD 6850 X Edition allows the fastest daily applications to maximize working and entertainment efficiency.
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12 Comments on Vertex3D Announces Radeon HD 6850 X Edition Graphics Card

#2
HalfAHertz
WTH both this one and the club 3D one are identiczal to the powercolor PCS+ one.
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F2K
by: HalfAHertz
WTH both this one and the club 3D one are identiczal to the powercolor PCS+ one.
PowerColor, Club3D, VTX3D cards are all made by TUL corporation.
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#4
HalfAHertz
Different markets I hope? That explains it :)
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#7
u2konline
by: Assimilator
Interesting... I wonder why Diamond would be getting back into the graphics card market after dropping out more than a decade ago?
They didn't drop out nowhere. They have been releasing cards all the time now, look at their site's lineup of video cards. They haven't went nowhere.
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#8
Flanker
what are "pure core heat pipes" ?
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#12
HillBeast
Hmm. I liked it AFTER ATI went black. I know there are people who want the red PCBs for retro sake, but I think they look so much nicer and more powerful on black.

Also notice I didn't call ATI by it's stupid new name...
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