Thursday, October 24th 2013

PowerColor Releases Its Radeon R9 290X Cards

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today introduces the most high end products at R9 series, the PowerColor R9 290X. Being a total new GPU, the R9 290X is packed with dozens of latest technology; gamers now can get intense gaming performance and unrivalled image quality with lifelike imagery by utilizing the newest DirectX 11.2. Also with the support of Windows 8.1, the PowerColor R9 290X deliver all the benefits for Windows users. Most important, the new card supports 4K ultra HD gaming in single and multi-display configurations, users can get the most out of every square inch of screen.

Being the highest end of R9 series, we overclocked the core of R9 290X to 1030 MHz, and together with 1250 MHz memory. What's more, it equipped with high standard 4 GB of GDDR5 and new 512-bit high speed interface, delivering more speed and higher bandwidth for high-performance GPUs. Also, the PowerColor R9 290X features 2816 stream processors offering massively parallel computing power for heavy application.

The brand new GPU combines all the latest technologies in R9 290X. Users now can find the TrueAudio technology at R9 290X, it's the first discrete GPU featuring programmable audio pipeline, delivering a unique audio user experience on PCs. With AMD CrossFire technology, users can get exceptional performance scaling with a second GPU. Thanks to AMD Eyefinity technology, gamers can enjoy the ultimate immersive gaming experience with innovative "wrap around" multi-display capabilities.

Limited Bundle Program with Battlefield 4
This time, PowerColor is going to bundle the biggest game title of year, Battlefield 4TM with our R9 290X, going to satisfy all demanding users. The Battlefield 4, fuelled by the next-generation power and fidelity of Frostbite 3, provides a viscera and dramactic experience unlike any other, with dynamic destructible environments, epic vehicular combat and the chaos of all-out war.
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