Thursday, August 28th 2014

VTX3D Introduces the R9 285 X-Edition Graphics Card

VTX3D, a renowned manufacturer that has been producing quality graphic cards since its introduction. - Today, VTX3D launched a high performance graphics card that targets the enthusiasts, the VTX3D R9 285 X-Edition. The R9 285 X-Edition is equipped with an optimum dual fan cooling design and supports the latest technologies from AMD, such as AMD Eyefinity Technology, Mantle API, and DirectX 12. Gamers may get an unparalleled gaming experience that they have never felt before.

Being one of VTX3D high-end graphics card you can expect some impressive numbers. VTX3D R9 285 X-Edition boasts 1,792 stream processors, up to 945 MHz engine clock, 2 GB GDDR5 / 256-bit memory configuration, 2 x 6-pin power connectors, PCI-E 3.0, DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.4, and Mantle support. Delivering excellent parallel processing performance at extreme 3D rendering speeds. It also supports AMD's Eyefinity, TrueAudio and CrossFire technology, to satisfy the various demands of all users.

The R9 285 X-Edition comes equipped with a customized heatsink and fan that conducts heat away from the GPU with ultimate efficiency. The card is cooled with dual 80mm cooling fans, two massive 8 mm copper heatpipes and one 6 mm copper heatpipes. A wide range of unique aluminum fin and a large size copper base, offers an effective heat dissipation for the GPU. The performance and cooling solution provided by the VTX3D R9 285 X-Edition will meet the need of all gamers from the enthusiast, to the casual.
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4 Comments on VTX3D Introduces the R9 285 X-Edition Graphics Card

#1
Mathragh
They shouldn't be allowed to name a 285 non-x the "285 X-Edition" imho.
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manofthem
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by: Mathragh
They shouldn't be allowed to name a 285 non-x the "285 X-Edition" imho.
Agreed, I find it cheap and misleading. :shadedshu:. (and not just this card, any recent AMD non-x gpu)
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The Von Matrices
The blame for this fully rests on AMD, not VTX3D. VTX3D has been releasing X-series cards since 2010, well before AMD released its "X" branding. Remember the HD 6970 X-edition?



VTX3D has obviously invested quite a bit of money into marketing their X-edition brand over three years and would have to abandon all their brand equity to make their name less confusing; I can't blame them for not doing it.
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Mathragh
by: The Von Matrices
The blame for this fully rests on AMD, not VTX3D. VTX3D has been releasing X-series cards since 2010, well before AMD released its "X" branding. Remember the HD 6970 X-edition?



VTX3D has obviously invested quite a bit of money into marketing their X-edition brand over three years and would have to abandon all their brand equity to make their name less confusing; I can't blame them for not doing it.
Fair enough!
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