Thursday, October 24th 2013

VTX3D Announces Radeon R9 290X X-Edition and Battlefield 4 Edition

renowned brand of graphics card maker - VTX3D, today launched an unrivaled member into R9 series, VTX3D R9 290X X-Edition. The R9 290X X-Edition has the strongest specification and is equipped the latest AMD technologies, such as Graphics Core Next Architecture, AMD Eyefinity technology and AMD ZeroCore technology. Benefiting from this unrivaled graphics card that brings the best performance in every game.

The advanced R9 290X X-Edition is based on a high-end specification and built to play graphically demanding upcoming titles like "Battlefield 4". Suited for 2560x1440 resolution and fitted with 4GB of GDDR5 memory connected via a high speed 512bit memory interface. With overclock setting, R9 290X X-Edition clocks at 1030 MHz core and 1250MHz (5.0Gbps) memory speed. Providing the incredible graphics performance and to satisfy the demand of gamers that playing current and upcoming PC titles.

VTX3D R9 290X X-Edition features the latest technologies from AMD. Fully supports DirectX 11.2, showing the perfect gaming performance and unrivalled image quality to every user. With AMD Eyefinity technology, users can get the freedom and flexibility of multi-monitor extension, which enjoy games, movies and the web browsing at the same time. In addition, VTX3D R9 290X X-Edition is based on the award-winning AMD Graphics Core Next Architecture, accelerates the performance of applications and supplies the most power-efficient GPUs for delivering the incredible performance and revolutionary intelligence. Furthermore, all users would never worry any power to be wasted as VTX3D R9 290X X-Edition is equipped the intelligent AMD ZeroCore technology that can consume virtually no power when in idle state and deliver power efficiently.
For more information, visit the product pages of the Radeon R9 290X X-Edition and R9 290X Battlefield 4 Edition.
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