Thursday, December 5th 2013

PowerColor Introduces the Radeon R9 280X TurboDuo OC

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today launches another high performance model which belongs to TurboDuo series, the PowerColor TurboDuo R9 280X OC. Featuring the most innovative GCN architecture, the TurboDuo R9 280X OC fully utilizes the AMD Eyefinity technology, and support ultra high resolution gaming, providing unrivaled performance without sacrifice a single detail.

The new TurboDuo R9 280X OC runs at a factory-overclock of 880 MHz, even reach to 1030 MHz with boost, together with 1500 MHz for memory clock, using 384-bit high speed memory interface connects to 3GB of GDDR5 memory, indulging gamers with higher frame rates. In addition to default OC setting, the TurboDuo R9 280X OC takes advantage of PowerColor's exclusive Gold Power Kit, which includes multi-phases design, DirectFET and Digital PWM, delivering the best OC performance with stability.

Packed with TurboDuo cooling technology, the new R9 280X OC features dual 90 mm ultra huge dual fan, easily takes away the heat from the cooling fin. With patent GSG-shape heat pipes design and enormous surface of aluminum cooling fin, the TurboDuo R9 280X OC can efficiently cool down the temp. and increases thermal efficiency. TurboDuo R9 280X OC delivers the high quality image to end users by using metal cover design, makes it one of a kind and more solid.
For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on PowerColor Introduces the Radeon R9 280X TurboDuo OC

#1
The Von Matrices
A 3% increase is hardly worthy of a "overclock" badge. Then again, if this card uses the same heatsink at my Powercolor 7970's (which it looks like it does), then it can't handle much more than 3%. Even at stock clock speed the card gets to 85°C core and 100°C VRM in 3D games.
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#2
TheDeeGee
Hmm, ASUS design.

I smell lawsuit in the near future between these two.
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#3
NeoXF
by: Svarog
Hmm, ASUS design.

I smell lawsuit in the near future between these two.
Uh... nope.

Anyway, what's the news on those Tahiti XTLs?
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Kärlekstrollet
by: NeoXF
Uh... nope.

Anyway, what's the news on those Tahiti XTLs?
Pretty much only an improved boost function that is more efficient than 7970GHz Edition. Don't think there is anything else to it.
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NeoXF
by: Kärlekstrollet
Pretty much only an improved boost function that is more efficient than 7970GHz Edition. Don't think there is anything else to it.
I ment when are they out.
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