Tuesday, November 27th 2012

VTX3D Announces Radeon HD 7870 Black Edition (Tahiti LE) Graphics Card

A renowned brand of graphics card maker - VTX3D, unfolds a might weapon to HD7870 series with VTX3D HD7870 Black Edition. The VTX3D HD7870 Black extends the benefits of VTX3D HD7870 series, but taking advantage of progressive GPU design, showing extraordinary performance than before.

The new model consists of ground-breaking feature which runs at a clock of 925MHz, and 6.0 Gbps for memory, even allowing higher frame rates in games by using AMD PowerTune with boost which overdrives core frequency to dynamically overclock up to 975MHz. Also, VTX3D HD7870 Black features 92mm ultra large fan and 3 heat pipes design, which can significantly reduce heats and keep the temperature low.

Having debuted on Windows 8, the VTX3D HD7870 Black is completely UEFI-ready which can support the latest Windos 8 Fast Boot function, and offering the most improved user experience. With AMD PowerTune technology support can maximize TDP constrained performance by enabling higher GPU clock speeds and minimize power during light workload by reducing in voltages, engine and memory clock speeds. 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.

For more information, visit the product page.
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6 Comments on VTX3D Announces Radeon HD 7870 Black Edition (Tahiti LE) Graphics Card

#1
Melvis
If these turn up in Australia at the price i just paid for my 2 7870's im not going to be happy argh
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#2
blibba
" showing extraordinary performance than before"
"The new model consists of ground-breaking feature which runs at a clock of 925MHz..."



Do I really want to buy a computer component from a company that can't be bothered to proof-read a press-release?
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#3
Aquinus
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by: btarunr
A renowned brand of graphics card maker - VTX3D
This is the first time I've even heard of VTX3D. Have I been living under a rock? :confused:

Edit: Oh, because they don't appear to sell to the US. That makes sense.
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#4
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: blibba
" showing extraordinary performance than before"
"The new model consists of ground-breaking feature which runs at a clock of 925MHz..."

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e316/blibba/1329932606204.png

Do I really want to buy a computer component from a company that can't be bothered to proof-read a press-release?
Might help if they spoke English. Looks like a bad Chinese translation to me.
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#5
blibba
by: cdawall
Might help if they spoke English.
Not speaking English is forgiveable. Not getting someone who does to write your English language external comms is not.
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