Tuesday, January 7th 2014

PowerColor Debuts Newest PCS+ Graphics Cards at CES 2014

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, is going to show off several feature products during CES 2014, including the most eye-catchy model, the PowerColor PCS+ R9 290X, ready to impress everyone.

Industry-leading OC Setting with Gold Power Kit
Except the debut of PCS+ R9 290X at CES 2014, the PCS+ R9 290 is also in the limelight. The PCS+ R9 290X/290 run at the most higher frequency, which feature 1050 MHz/1040 MHz at core respectively, and both set the memory at 1350 MHz which is 100 MHz higher than ref. design, totally boost the performance to the limit. To remain the OC performance together with higher stability, PowerColor utilizes the exclusive Gold Power Kit at both PCS+ models, including Digital PWM to decrease the ripple and enhance power efficiency; the DirectFET to minimize conduction losses and the Multi Phases Design can enhance power efficiency and stability.

Powerful than ever, the PCS+ Trio Fan Design
The newest R9 290X/ 290 are employed PowerColor exclusive PCS+ trio fan design, which combines three 8015 fans, two sets of aluminum cooling fin and total 5pcs heat pipes design, offers superb cooling performance which is 24% cooler and 17% quieter than ref. design. To give the cards a real luxury feel, the PCS+ R9 290X/ 290 are built with metal back plate and metal shroud, totally make it one-of-a-kind.

Visit PowerColor at CES 2014
PowerColor is going to showcase several feature products during CES 2014, including the favorite of PC DIY users, the LCS 290X, as well as well-known "Devil" product, the Devil R9 270X, and the award-winning PCS+ R9270X, get yourself ready to see more than that at CES suite room, NO#43-705, Palazzo.
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5 Comments on PowerColor Debuts Newest PCS+ Graphics Cards at CES 2014

#1
W1zzard
by: Cristian_25H
To remain the OC performance together with higher stability, PowerColor utilizes
Should have utilized something better than Google Translate first
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RCoon
Gaming Moderator
by: W1zzard
Should have utilized something better than Google Translate first
That whole PR is a translation trainwreck tbh. Reminds me of the Gigabyte RMA emails I had to decipher.
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#3
arterius2
by: W1zzard
Should have utilized something better than Google Translate first
Who did the translation? TPU or Powercolor? hard to imagine powercolor has been in business for this long and couldn't afford a translator for their PR department, this is beyond amature.
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#4
buggalugs
Looks like 3 fan coolers are the new standard for non-ref designs....
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#5
urza26
by: W1zzard
Should have utilized something better than Google Translate first
I would have gladly translated it for a free R9 290 or at least reworded the current translation ;)
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