Thursday, October 4th 2012

PowerColor Introduced HD 7990 for Hardcore Gamers

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today announced powerful equipment for enthusiasts: the PowerColor HD7990. Powered by dual Tahiti XT GPUs, PowerColor HD7990 easily boosts up performance with dual BIOS switch button embedded on bracket, by 900 MHz default engines clock and 925 MHz OC engines clock, delivering the ultimate gaming efforts which easily tackles demanding games titles.

Key to Ultimate Gaming
PowerColor HD7990 has equipped with trio slots and trio fans cooling solution, thermal design power capability up to 550 watts, maximizing the heat dissipated ability to cool down the dual GPUs board. Furthermore, it's built with multi phases design, UHB, digital PWM and PowerIRstage, increases steady of voltage power for GPU, stabilizes the gaming performance even at load.


Superb Combo
PowerColor HD7990 packs with PowerColor PowerJack. This professional graphics card supporter provides the powerful force to support the weight of the card from the back, avoiding card bending in the case. With its multistage extension function and exchangeable supporter body, it can extend up to 235 mm and it's applicable in each kind of chassis.
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16 Comments on PowerColor Introduced HD 7990 for Hardcore Gamers

#1
Capitan Harlock
change name and color of the cover + advertisement = mega marketing move when next gens cards is coming .
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#2
Assimilator
So is this a real 7990 at last, or a 7970 X2?
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#3
Ghost
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So is this a real 7990 at last, or a 7970 X2?
There will be no official 7990, if that's what you mean by saying "real". Does this even look like a reference AMD card?

This is similar to 7990 Devil13, but with lower clocks and nicer looking cooler shroud.
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#4
eidairaman1
by: Assimilator
So is this a real 7990 at last, or a 7970 X2?
There is No Reference 7990, if there was AMD would of produced a board. This is just a lowered version of the Devil 13 since i can only guess pricing was too much on the devil 13
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#6
Prima.Vera
3 Slot is OK for a dual GPU card....
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#7
HammerON
The Watchful Moderator
Interesting...
But a listing price would be nice.
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#8
rpsgc
The Devil 13 costs $1000, so... this one will be slightly cheaper. Probably $950?
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#9
Assimilator
by: Ghost
There will be no official 7990, if that's what you mean by saying "real". Does this even look like a reference AMD card?
I was just checking if AMD had snuck a reference design out the door while I wasn't looking.

by: eidairaman1
There is No Reference 7990, if there was AMD would of produced a board. This is just a lowered version of the Devil 13 since i can only guess pricing was too much on the devil 13
Thanks, wasn't sure if AMD had officially given up on a reference 7990 or not.
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#10
mtosev
so this should be at least 200usd cheaper than the other 7990 card that powercolor released a short while ago
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#11
radrok
Well if this is 200 USD cheaper than the Devil 13 then it is a good deal and what it should have been from day one.
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#13
mtosev
by: tacosRcool
when is the real one gonna come out?
if you are referring to a official AMD 7990 card then probably never
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#14
Super XP
Wouldn't touch this. It would be different if AMD actually had a reference design. The best choice would be to wait for the HD 8900 series rumoured to be coming out sometime in Q1 2013.
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#15
radrok
Club3D is getting this one rebranded for Europe I guess :)

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#16
eidairaman1
ok if you want the scoop on the 7990 look in the news archives for this site about 3-4 months back
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