Thursday, January 23rd 2014

VTX3D Unveils the Radeon R9 290X/ R9 290 X-Edition Graphics Cards

A renowned brand of graphics card maker - VTX3D, has released R9 290X/ R9 290 X-Edition with dual fan cooling design. The two very best graphics cards use great quality power design and custom dual fan cooling solution, delivering faster, cooler and quieter performance to all gamers.

New VTX3D R9 290X/ R9 290 X-Edition, both are equipped with 4 GB of the latest high performance GDDR5 memory connected via 512 bit memory interface. R9 290X X-Edition runs core engine at 1030 MHz and 1250 MHz for memory; R9 290 X-Edition runs at 975/1250 MHz for core/memory; both are 30 MHz higher than reference design in engine clock, providing excellent performance and ultimate gaming power to every enthusiastic gamer.

The two models use great quality power design, which includes digital PWM, Multi Phase Design, Ferrite Core Choke and SVI2 power management, increasing the overall stability and power supply efficiency perfectly. In addition, the VTX3D R9 290X/ R9 290 X-Edition are equipped with advanced dual fan cooling module. The advanced dual fan cooling module features dual 90 mm large fan, GSG-shape copper heat pipes with wide range of aluminum cooling fins, bring extraordinary heat dissipation effect.
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11 Comments on VTX3D Unveils the Radeon R9 290X/ R9 290 X-Edition Graphics Cards

#1
RCoon
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by: Cristian_25H
aluminum cooing fin
typo
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AsRock
TPU addict
by: RCoon
typo
LMAO.. Watch out nazi's are bout

Anyways i wish they would put more powerful fans on these cards and not these horrid narrow and glossy crap.
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RCoon
Gaming Moderator
by: AsRock
LMAO.. Watch out nazi's are bout
I don't like it when my aluminum fins sound like talking pidgeons
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#4
micropage7
GSG-shape copper heat pipes
looks like standard heat pipes with fins
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#5
kn00tcn
as the videocardz article mentioned last week, this is a horrible & confusing name

290 X-edition
290X X-edition
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#6
LagunaX
Haven't heard of "renowned brand" VTX3D before here in the US but after some research they aren't Visiontek or Club3D. Not sure but I think they popped up earlier this decade. They are actually in the TUL family which has a more familiar name Powercolor to other people o_O.
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#7
LeonVolcove
Is it me or they just looks like Asus DCUII(The Fan i mean)
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AsRock
TPU addict
by: RCoon
typo
What ever lol.

by: kn00tcn
as the videocardz article mentioned last week, this is a horrible & confusing name

290 X-edition
290X X-edition
yes they should make it less confusing like XXX version which is some thing we all understand.
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#9
happita
I hate it how AIB partners announce their hardware and then 1-2 months later you see them on the market available for purchase. Don't tease me dammit! We need more R9 290/290X competition so that prices can go down somewhat.
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kn00tcn
by: AsRock
yes they should make it less confusing like XXX version which is some thing we all understand.
that would be slightly less confusing yes, though XFX had those model numbers
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uuuaaaaaa
by: LagunaX
Haven't heard of "renowned brand" VTX3D before here in the US but after some research they aren't Visiontek or Club3D. Not sure but I think they popped up earlier this decade. They are actually in the TUL family which has a more familiar name Powercolor to other people o_O.
I belive they are a part of TUL corporation, i.e. VTX3D is made by the same guys that make Powercolor cards. VTX3D cards are usually cheaper (in price) than the Powercolor counterparts because they come with less stuff in the box.
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