Friday, February 10th 2012

VTX3D Introduces the HD7970/7950 X Edition Graphics Cards

A leading brand of graphics card maker - VTX3D, today introduces the most well-known X series of VTX3D, HD7970/HD7950 X Edition. The X series is designed to deliver extraordinary performance with factory overclocked setting and unique cooling design.

VTX3D HD7970/HD7950 X Edition incorporates the latest PCI-E Gen 3 to get the maximum performance from your GPU. Both fitted with 3 GB of GDDR5 memory connected via a new high speed 384 bit memory interface. VTX3D HD7970/HD7950 X Edition is clocked at 1050 MHz and 880 MHz respectively, also together with 1425 MHz and 1250 MHz for each memory, fulfilling those who thirst for extreme performance. The HD7970/HD7950 X Edition also features ultra cooling design. With two 92 mm ultra big fan and SSU-shape heat pipe design, this efficient cooling solution maximizes the speed of heat dissipation, but minimizes the noisy level, creating most pleasing environment for gaming.


VTX3D HD7970/HD7950 X Edition offer gamers with advanced DirectX 11, including faster Tessellation and DirectCompute, bringing intense gaming performance and unrivalled image quality with ultra-realistic imagery. With AMD PowerPlay technology support, ensuring maximum GPU efficiency by dynamically scaling clocks speeds and power consumption in response to GPU loads. Enhancements for AMD Eyefinity technology include multi-display stereoscopic 3D support and 16k x 16k group resolution, gamers can get the most intense gaming performance than before.

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5 Comments on VTX3D Introduces the HD7970/7950 X Edition Graphics Cards

#1
Dj-ElectriC
Not bad, not bad at all.
but 880Mhz seems kinda low for what this core can do.
1050Mhz though, is a really nice increase over stock frequency of the HD7970
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#2
radarblade
Correct me if I'm wrong but the color scheme on these cards somewhat seem similar to Asus's ROG cards.
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#3
Volkszorn88
Those are sexy looking cards.

I'll take 4 please.
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#5
micropage7
by: radarblade
Correct me if I'm wrong but the color scheme on these cards somewhat seem similar to Asus's ROG cards.
red and black is standard looks for now, many brands use that from board, vga, ram and other :toast:
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