Friday, March 22nd 2013

Club 3D Announces Radeon HD 7790 '13Series Graphics Card

Club 3D, a worldwide supplier of high performance components to the PC gaming hardware market , presents its new '13Series today with the launch of the Radeon HD 7790 card. Answering to a growing demand from different markets and customers who do integrating projects, Club 3D launches the '13Series as a white label in addition to our existing product range.

Selected chipsets will be offered without any bundle in a simple white box. Club 3D are quick to respond to current developments and where price becomes an increasingly important factor we have the solution for those who need nothing more than the graphics card. Club 3D will keep focusing on our Black label 'PokerSeries' cards by adding exciting new products and bundles in 2013. The White label 13 Series will be supported by an aggressive price tag only.

Filling the gap between the Radeon HD 7770 GHz edition and the popular Radeon HD 7850, Club 3D is proud to introduce the Radeon HD 7790. The HD 7790 compliments the HD7XXX series as a whole and features the all new 'Bonaire' GPU. This GPU boasts numerous advantages over existing products such as: 40% more stream processors and texture units than HD 7770 GHz edition, increased memory bandwidth when compared to both the HD 7750 and HD 7770 GHz edition thanks to a higher clock of 6000 MHz for the 1Gb GDDR5 memory. The GPU itself has a boost clock of an impressive 1030 MHz.

The HD 7790 offers incredible gaming performance considering its price point. It plays all recent DirecX11 titles flawless in Full HD 1080p resolution. It provides a quality experience and great overall playability.

Using the widely awarded Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture it's offering a rich feature set including AMD Crossfire technology, AMD Eyefinity technology, AMD Powertune technology and AMD ZeroCore power to name a few. It's fitted with a special cooler which keeps the card cool while being very quiet at the same time.

It's clear that the HD 7790 is a welcome addition to the current range of cards offering a perfect solution for gamers looking for an attractively priced but great performing graphics card.

Learn more about the Club 3D Radeon HD 7790 '13Series here.
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10 Comments on Club 3D Announces Radeon HD 7790 '13Series Graphics Card

#1
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
I like the shroudless design.
Also, that looks like the same cooler used on the reference 6850.
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#2
W1zzard
that card seems to be 100% amd hd 7790 reference design, minus the fisher price shroud that's visible in amd marketing photos
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#3
DarkOCean
by: Random Murderer
Also, that looks like the same cooler used on the reference 6850.
5770/6770/6850/7850 and probably more to come and why not its a decent cooler for ~100w cards and better than a piece of al some of the non ref cards are using.
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Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: DarkOCean
5770/6770/6850/7850 and probably more to come and why not its a decent cooler for ~100w cards and better than a piece of al some of the non ref cards are using.
I wasn't bashing it, it cooled my two overclocked 6850s with ease. I think of it as a beefed-up Zalman vf900.
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#5
MadMan007
Club3D execs "I know, we can save $0.50 by not using a shroud, AND people will think it looks 'cooler'."

by: Random Murderer
I like the shroudless design.
Also, that looks like the same cooler used on the reference 6850.
Dunno, aren't shrouds good because they help direct airflow? Even for semi-open shroud designs, it keeps air flowing across the PCB, and some of it out the exhaust vents, rather than just back to the general case airflow. Probably a minor difference, but I do think shrouds help.
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Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: MadMan007
Club3D execs "I know, we can save $0.50 by not using a shroud, AND people will think it looks 'cooler'."



Dunno, aren't shrouds good because they help direct airflow? Even for semi-open shroud designs, it keeps air flowing across the PCB, and some of it out the exhaust vents, rather than just back to the general case airflow. Probably a minor difference, but I do think shrouds help.
In the case of a card like this, it doesn't particularly matter. I pulled the shrouds off of my 6850s to test that and found absolutely no difference, for better or worse.
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#7
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
that is one big fat heatpipe.
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#9
lobsterrock
Passive and low power maybe?

I think it'd be awesome to see someone make a smaller passive cooled version of this. If it can do with such a tiny cooler, i'm sure it can go passive. Turn down the voltage a bit on some binned chips and you could probably have a version that runs off of only the PCI-e slot.
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#10
_Zod_
by: Random Murderer
In the case of a card like this, it doesn't particularly matter. I pulled the shrouds off of my 6850s to test that and found absolutely no difference, for better or worse.
It would be better in my situation where I have a fan on the side panel blowing directly on the video card, however I am too lazy to remove the shroud because I have to also remove the heat sink to do so which means reapplying paste etc.
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