Thursday, June 28th 2012

VTX3D Launches Trio of X-Edition Series Graphics Cards

A leading brand of graphics card maker - VTX3D, today adds three new models, HD7870/7850/7770 into X-Edition series, which make this series more completed for OC enthusiast to choose. Being self-designed of VTX3D, these three models are designed to provide gamers the most extreme performance at its same class, also bring unbeatable HD gaming experience with DirectX 11 support.

Equipped with 2GB of GDDR5 memory, the HD7870 X-Edition clocks at 1100MHz for core and 1225MHz of memory speed. There are two types of memory size, 1GB and 2GB of GDDR5 for HD7850 X-Edition, and both with 860MHz/1200MHz for core and memory respectively. HD7770 X-Edition is fitted with 1GB of DDR5 memory clocked at 1150MHz of core and 1250MHz of memory speed.

Based on the latest 28nm GPU technology, gamers benefit greatly by the support of AMD Eyefinity technology and AMD HD3D technology, which can make you feel the most “wrapped around” and HD gaming experience than ever. With AMD App Acceleration support, it can boost up the speed of communication between CPU and GPU, and enhance everyday tasks. Thanks to the AMD exclusively power technology, AMD PowerPlay technology, ensuring maximum GPU efficiency by dynamically scaling clocks speeds and power consumption in response to GPU loads.
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14 Comments on VTX3D Launches Trio of X-Edition Series Graphics Cards

#1
opossum
Leading brand?
Seriously?
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#2
RejZoR
These days anyone has a "leading brand". Khm hm...
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#4
NC37
Hey Ruby...haven't seen her in awhile.
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#5
Dj-ElectriC
by: opossum
Leading brand?
Seriously?
It's pure advertising, companies send their PR to hundreds of mail boxes. Some filter this shit, and some don't.
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#6
DarkOCean
First time i see anyone announcing a 1gb 7850 and like this isnt bad enough they make 7870 on 7850 pcb.
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#7
micropage7

at least the red color of their card looks good
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#8
Andy77
by: NC37
Hey Ruby...haven't seen her in awhile.
Yeah... was wondering if there's some sort of license on using her. :D
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#9
Jizzler
I'll take a 1hr license!
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#10
Andy77
by: Jizzler
I'll take a 1hr license!
I knew it!... I just knew someone had to make a sexist remark... and nah, I prefer to dress-up a real girl as Ruby if I had, um, the need to.
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#11
babash*t
I think these guys just need someone new to design their card's
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#13
eidairaman1
couldnt they make a DVI adapter for HDMI/Display Port?
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#14
SIGSEGV
omg, it looks like they just minimized their production cost including cost for this ugly card design
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