Wednesday, June 22nd 2011

Club 3D Introduces its Radeon HD 6870 X2 Graphics Card

Club 3D B.V. introduces the world first HD 6870 Dual GPU video card. The new Club 3D Radeon HD 6870 X2 2GB GDDR5 is the product that a gamer should look for nowadays. Offering on average 19% better performance in comparison to the best single GPU video card and now even more affordable, there is no other product in the market with a better price-performance ratio.

The Club 3D Radeon HD 6870 X2 features the award winning CoolStream thermal solution and is bundled with the latest DirectX 11 Dirt 3. This card will be in the shops worldwide in the first week of July. Recommended enduser price excluding VAT is USD 469.

Features
  • Second generation Microsoft DirectX 11
  • PCI Express 2.1 x16 bus interface
  • “Eye-Definition” graphics
  • AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology
  • AMD EyeSpeed visual acceleration
  • UVD 3 dedicated video playback accelerator
  • AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing technology
  • DirectCompute 11
  • OpenCL 1.1
  • OpenGL 4.1
  • AMD HD3D technology
  • Blu-ray 3D support
  • AMD CrossfireX multi-GPU technology
  • Integrated HDMI 1.4a with support for stereoscopic 3D

For more information, visit the product page.
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14 Comments on Club 3D Introduces its Radeon HD 6870 X2 Graphics Card

#1
Ghost
Copypasta. But I still prefer the PowerColor one. Nothing personal, Club 3D. Just nicer sticker.
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#2
Franjul08
Its Me? Or is the same card from Powercolor?
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#3
chaotic_uk
by: Franjul08
Its Me? Or is the same card from Powercolor?
was thinking this myself :toast:
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#4
_JP_
To me, Club 3D = Powercolor. But the latter has been known for longer than Club 3D.

EDIT: To make my self clear, obviously Powercolor and Club 3D aren't the same thing. Powercolor is based in Taiwan (w/offices in USA) and Club 3D in the Netherlands, but what I'm saying is that both get their cards from TUL Corp.
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#5
Shinshin
Seems like the lower heat pipe was beaten up to fit.
Even if it does the job, it's still looks awkward...
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#6
[H]@RD5TUFF
So like the last x2 does this have OMGSOLOUDMYEARSAREBLEEDING fans, and power consumption that makes Nvidia cards seem power efficient (4870 x2)?
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#7
LAN_deRf_HA
by: _JP_
To me, Club 3D = Powercolor. But the latter has been known for longer than Club 3D.

EDIT: To make my self clear, obviously Powercolor and Club 3D aren't the same thing. Powercolor is based in Taiwan (w/offices in USA) and Club 3D in the Netherlands, but what I'm saying is that both get their cards from TUL Corp.
Then wth is this? I mean these are two 100% identical custom cards. Either the companies are related, one sold the design to the other, or one just went to bizarre lengths to make an exact copy, which really is bizarre given how shitty looking that cooler is. Something about his just seems real moronic. Perhaps they're the same company and just sell in different regions? I can't find any club 3d products in the USA.
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#8
araditus
by: LAN_deRf_HA
I can't find any club 3d products in the USA.
You are right. Same reason cars are called different names in north american and european markets, there is no such thing as a ford focus in england, just as there is no ford mondeo in usa. marketing, think of club 3d as a franchise of powercolor, and they are a participating retailer of the 6870x2 design.
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#9
xtremesv
I want to see the review for this card because it looks promising. Of course people will have to take into account that they'll be paying around USD100 more in order to have two Bart GPUs on a single PCB.
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#10
Jonap_1st
very interesting...

TUL corp. and club 3D are founded at the same years, since 1997. the difference between them are the market. TUL corp has distributor all around the globe when club3d only drop it on europe, middle east, south africa and even south east asia like indonesia. this is why you cant found any Club3d cards on US market.

also these two companies never mention each other on their profile partner nor on any article news on the web. and not like powercolor who's been exclusively for radeon's card, Club3d also sell geforce cards. so like i said, its interesting to know if TUL corp was *really* selling their OEM cards to Club3d..
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#11
DriedFrogPills
by: araditus
You are right. Same reason cars are called different names in north american and european markets, there is no such thing as a ford focus in england, just as there is no ford mondeo in usa. marketing, think of club 3d as a franchise of powercolor, and they are a participating retailer of the 6870x2 design.
pretty sure Ford sells the Focus in the UK
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#12
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Powercolor's parent company and OEM major TUL supplies Radeon graphics cards to Club3D.
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#13
Red_Machine
by: araditus
there is no such thing as a ford focus in england
There is. A better example would be there's no Taunus in Britain.
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#14
_JP_
by: LAN_deRf_HA
Then wth is this? I mean these are two 100% identical custom cards. Either the companies are related, one sold the design to the other, or one just went to bizarre lengths to make an exact copy, which really is bizarre given how shitty looking that cooler is. Something about his just seems real moronic. Perhaps they're the same company and just sell in different regions? I can't find any club 3d products in the USA.
Like I said, and later btarunr, both manufacturers get their cards from TUL corp.
Not only them, but Visiontek too and another company that I can't remember.
by: araditus
You are right. Same reason cars are called different names in north american and european markets, there is no such thing as a ford focus in england, just as there is no ford mondeo in usa. marketing, think of club 3d as a franchise of powercolor, and they are a participating retailer of the 6870x2 design.
There is no Vauxhall outside England, just Opel in Europe and Holden in Australia.
Club 3D is not afiliated with Powercolor.
by: Jonap_1st
very interesting...

TUL corp. and club 3D are founded at the same years, since 1997. the difference between them are the market. TUL corp has distributor all around the globe when club3d only drop it on europe, middle east, south africa and even south east asia like indonesia. this is why you cant found any Club3d cards on US market.

also these two companies never mention each other on their profile partner nor on any article news on the web. and not like powercolor who's been exclusively for radeon's card, Club3d also sell geforce cards. so like i said, its interesting to know if TUL corp was *really* selling their OEM cards to Club3d..
They're different companies (Club 3D and PC) that get their cards from TUL Corp. Powercolor cards are built by Foxconn. Powercolor also has nVidia cards, under the Zogis brand name. Zogis only sells in Mexico, Brazil and Venezuela.
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