Wednesday, March 5th 2014

XFX Announces its Radeon R9 280 Double Dissipation Graphics Card

XFX launched the sole Radeon R9 280 graphics card model in its lineup, the R9 280 Double Dissipation. The card is available in two variants, a base variant which sticks to AMD reference clock speeds, and a factory-overclocked Black Edition variant. The base variant is clocked at 827 MHz core, 933 MHz boost, and 5.00 GHz memory; while the Black Edition offers 1000 MHz GPU clock (no boost), and 5.20 GHz memory. The two feature XFX' signature Double Dissipation cooling solution that's featured on a number of its R9 280 series and R9 290 series models. Based on the 28 nm "Tahiti" silicon, the Radeon R9 280 offers 1,792 stream processors, 112 TMUs, 32 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 3 GB of memory. Expect the two to be priced between $280 and $300.
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6 Comments on XFX Announces its Radeon R9 280 Double Dissipation Graphics Card

#1
JDG1980
Expect the two to be priced between $280 and $300.

Yeah, right.
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#2
xavier1123
Will stock out immediately after release ....
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#3
Vario
XFX makes some nice looking coolers.
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#4
Ahhzz
by: JDG1980
Expect the two to be priced between $280 and $300.

Yeah, right.
Gotta go with this... I'd love to steal one at this price, but know better...
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Ahhzz
by: btarunr
XFX launched the sole Radeon R9 280 graphics card model in its lineup, the R9 280 Double Dissipation. The card is available in two variants, a base variant which sticks to AMD reference clock speeds, and a factory-overclocked Black Edition variant. The base variant is clocked at 827 MHz core, 933 MHz boost, and 5.00 GHz memory; while the Black Edition offers 1000 MHz GPU clock (no boost), and 5.20 GHz memory. The two feature XFX' signature Double Dissipation cooling solution that's featured on a number of its R9 280 series and R9 290 series models. Based on the 28 nm "Tahiti" silicon, the Radeon R9 280 offers 1,792 stream processors, 112 TMUs, 32 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 3 GB of memory. Expect the two to be priced between $280 and $300.


Isn't this it here?
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#6
Vario
by: Ahhzz
Isn't this it here?
No thats the 280X, not the 280.
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