Tuesday, January 31st 2012

VTX3D Launches its Radeon HD 7950 3GB Graphics Card

A leading brand of graphics card maker VTX3D today releases HD7950 based on the latest AMD Tahiti GPU, brings the most revolutionary architectural design and powerful features to all demanding users. VTX3D HD7950 includes support for advanced DirectX 11.1, PCI-E Gen 3 and AMD Eyefinity 2.0, takes HD gaming experience to the ultimate.

VTX3D HD7950 is fitted with 3GB of GDDR5 memory, and together with 384-bit memory interface. Clocks at 800MHz core and 1250MHz (5.0Gbps) memory speed, bringing incredible performance and leaving rival behind. VTX3D HD7950 uses an innovative 28nm GCN Architecture which is designed for improving utilization and ensuring the GPU to make optimal use of its resources for maximum performance. VTX3D HD7950 is also designed to be installed in PCI-E Gen 3 that offers double bandwidth than previous generation, also minimizing latency between CPU and GPU.

The Latest and Coolest Technology
The new model of VTX3D features the latest generation DirectX 11.1, offering faster tessellation and DirectCompute. To get most immersive experience, VTX3D HD7950 supports with AMD's exclusive Eyefinity multi-monitor display technology that can simultaneously output multiple, independent audio streams. AMD PowerTune technology helps to maximize performance under load conditions by dynamically increasing the GPU engine clock to take advantage of unused TDP limit. Also, VTX3D HD7950 brings a comprehensive user experience with AMD APP Acceleration technology by offloading computing from CPU to GPU.

For more information, visit the product page.
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6 Comments on VTX3D Launches its Radeon HD 7950 3GB Graphics Card

#1
neko77025
Who the hell is VTX3D ? ... Leading Brand ?...

really dont know who they are ... outside the US ?
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Recus
by: neko77025
Who the hell is VTX3D ? ... Leading Brand ?...

really dont know who they are ... outside the US ?
Leading brand in ex CCCP countries. :laugh:
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btarunr
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by: neko77025
Who the hell is VTX3D ? ... Leading Brand ?...

really dont know who they are ... outside the US ?
They're TUL's brand for Russia and other eastern Europe countries. TUL is PowerColor's parent.
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#4
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We also get VTX3D cards in South Africa. They're generally the cheapest of the bunch because they don't come with a bunch of useless accessories, and they're just as reliable as any other brand.
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_JP_
by: btarunr
They're TUL's brand for Russia and other eastern Europe countries. TUL is PowerColor's parent.
So I shouldn't be finding them in Pixmania here, then. :laugh:
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#6
hrvoje
i have theirs 5850 reference, and it's same as ATis
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