Wednesday, October 23rd 2013

Various AIB-branded Radeon R9 290X Graphics Cards Pictured

Ahead of its formal launch, various AIB-branded Radeon R9 290X graphics card packages smiled for the camera, revealing three things - they're all based on AMD's reference design, barring minor factory-overclock, they're otherwise identical, and that it could be a while before we'll see non-reference design R9 290X graphics cards. Pictured below are cards from three AIB partners, Sapphire, Club3D, and GIGABYTE. Barring Club3D, the other two offer Origin keys to Battlefield 4 (standard edition) as part of the package. We know of one other AIB that offers Battlefield 4, XFX.

Source: VideoCardz
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9 Comments on Various AIB-branded Radeon R9 290X Graphics Cards Pictured

#2
Doc41
So we'll see the pricing tomorrow? I want to see some real benchmarks...

eyeing wizz:rolleyes:
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#3
tigger
I'm the only one
Nice personalization on them cards, loving the funky circular name stickers.
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RCoon
Gaming Moderator
by: tigger
Nice personalization on them cards, loving the funky circular name stickers.
I'm waiting for Gigabyte to do their "Sell card plus our 450W cooler as a bundle but we wont cover card damages" thing. Could be amusing.
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#5
CD2 Solutions
interesting.

now i just need to upgrade the rest of my PC
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RCoon
Gaming Moderator
by: CD2 Solutions
interesting.

now i just need to upgrade the rest of my PC
OMG A BRIT
>>>Get in here<<<
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#7
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
My 6870s are getting a little dated. :rolleyes:
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#8
hardcore_gamer
by: Aquinus
My 6870s are getting a little dated. :rolleyes:
How do you play at that resolution with just a couple of 6870s ? I have 670 SLI, but it barely gives smooth frame rates at the same resolution.
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Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
by: hardcore_gamer
How do you play at that resolution with just a couple of 6870s ? I have 670 SLI, but it barely gives smooth frame rates at the same resolution.
It depends on the game I'm playing. If I play something like TF2, it will run pretty good. If I run something like Farcry 3, it won't. I have 3 displays but I don't always play in eyefinity. Sometimes it's more than you need and it's not worth it. I work on my tower more than I game. I don't game as often as I used to.
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