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PowerColor Announces its Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today brings the most powerful weapon to amaze all gamers, the PowerColor R9 295X2. Packed with two top-notch AMD R9 290X GPUs, the R9 295X2 is not only combined the liquid cooling, also the active fan cooling which is for ram and regulators in one card, making it a total solution for gamers.

The PowerColor R9 295X2 is equipped with 8GB of GDDR5 memory, and run the clock speeds up to 1018MHz for the core and 1250MHz for the memory, totally built for ultimate performance. The R9 295X2 ships with an advanced closed-loop liquid cooling system, without paying any effort on preassemble and maintain. Gamers now are more accessible to experience watercooling solution. The R9 295X2 is solid built by metal construction and backplate, together with special design of the illuminated logo and fan, offering luxury feel to all gamers.

Club 3D Launches Radeon R9 290 Series royalAce Graphics Cards

Club 3D launched a pair of top-spec factory-overclocked Radeon R9 290X and R9 290 graphics cards branded "royalAce," part of its Poker series. Based on a TUL-made custom-design PCB, the two feature a meaty new triple-slot and triple-fan cooling solution that doesn't look too different from that of the PowerColor R9 290X PCS+, under the hood (shroud). The R9 290X royalAce offers GPU clocks as high as 1050 MHz, and memory clocks of 5.40 GHz; while the R9 290 royalAce offers 1040 MHz GPU clocks, with 5.40 GHz memory clocks. The company didn't announce pricing.

PowerColor Presents the Latest Radeon R9 280 TurboDuo OC

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, expands its R9 series with latest PowerColor TurboDuo R9 280 OC, promising no-compromise performance and flawless image quality for the most demanding games. The TurboDuo R9 280 OC feature awarding-winning GCN Architecutre for unrivalled efficiency, and enable astonishing performance and breathtaking image quality, making it a top choice for enthusiasts who eager for the best.

The TurboDuo R9 280 OC has a new architecture with a total of 1792 stream processors, delivering massively parallel computing power for graphics. Its core clock speed of 855 MHz, even up to 960 MHz with boost, together with a high speed interface to 3 GB of GDDR5 memory running at 1250 MHz (5.0 Gbps) delivers class leading performance.

PowerColor Introduces the R7 250X Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today announces another cost effective model at R7 series, the PowerColor R7 250X. Being the sibling of other R series models, the R7 250X is surely packed with the latest technologies, including ultra resolution gaming, the Microsoft DirectX 11.2 support, ensuring extreme gaming experience for gamers without any compromise.

The PowerColor R7 250X is based on GCN architecture with a total of 512 stream processors, delivering massively parallel computing power for graphics and other accelerated applications. The new model is fitted with 1 GB of GDDR5 memory connected via 128-bit memory interface; Clocks are 1000 MHz core and 1125 MHz for the memory, delivering the most out of its ability.

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.

PowerColor Radeon R9 290X PCS+ Unveiled

PowerColor may have been the first AMD add-in board vendor to launch a custom-design Radeon R9 290X graphics card with its R9 290X LCS, which is basically an AMD reference PCB with a factory-fitted EKWB FC-R9-290X water-block; but its air-cooled non-reference cards have been nowhere in sight, until now. PowerColor posted these pictures of the Radeon R9 290X PCS+, its premium factory-overclocked and air-cooled graphics card based on AMD's flagship GPU. The company's Radeon R9 290 (non-X) PCS+ is expected to look identical.

Pictures reveal the card's PCB to be largely based on AMD's reference design, perhaps with variations on the choice of components. PowerColor has a knack of splurging on expensive, high-quality components on its PCBs (think International Rectifier and Coilworks VRM components, Samsung and SK Hynix memory chips, etc.), and we expect a similar treatment for the R9 290X PCS+. The two-slot cooling solution featured on this card is making its debut with it. It features a network of aluminium fin stacks to which heat is fed by copper heat pipes, and which are ventilated by a trio of 80 mm fans. PowerColor didn't reveal clock speeds, launch date, or pricing.

PowerColor Announces Liquid-Cooled Radeon R9 290X

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today announces the first and only R9 290X with liquid cooling solution in the market. As always, PowerColor have joined forces with award-winning cooling manufacture EK Water Blocks to create the PowerColor LCS R9 290X as a must have for every enthusiastic PC users.

Ultimate OC Setting with Exclusive Gold Power Kit
The LCS R9 290X runs at a pre-set factory overclock of the core to 1060 MHz, a significant 60 MHz over reference; also features 1350 MHz for memory which is 100 MHz above reference, bringing out the best performance. Together with 512-bit high speed memory interface and 2816 units of stream processor, the LCS R9 290X provides user flawless gaming experience. To ensure ultimate OC setting with stability, the latest graphics solution armed with solid-built "Gold Power Kit" onboard, enabling stable power efficiency even at load.

PowerColor Radeon R9 290X LCS Pictured

AMD's Radeon R9 290X is a great chip with sub-par reference cooling performance that's not just noisy but could also cool the GPU inadequately, making it throttle. With AMD allowing its partners to come up with non-reference design cards, most AMD Radeon add-in board (AIB) partners are pulling out their workhorses (think DirectCU II, WindForce 450W, TwinFrozr IV, VaporX Dual-X, etc). PowerColor has more fluid plans. The company could be among the first partners to come up with an R9 290X card that's ready for liquid cooling out of the box, the R9 290X LCS.

PowerColor Radeon R9 290X LCS features a full-coverage liquid-cooling block by EK Water Blocks, which besides the PowerColor LCS branding, is basically EK-FC R9-290X with the nickel-acetal top option. The block appears to be factory-fitted onto an AMD reference design PCB. PowerColor didn't mention clock speeds or pricing, although given the block's $145 aftermarket price, one can't discount the possibility of a $120~150 premium over the $549.99 pricing of the R9 290X. PowerColor could launch the Radeon R9 290X LCS, along with another air-cooled non-reference design card a little later this month.

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.

PowerColor Announces PCS+ R9 270X Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today announces the very first PCS+ model at R series, the PowerColor PCS+ R9 270X. Being a well-known OC series, the PCS+ uses Powercolor in-house material kit and cooling design, delivering ultimate gaming performance with stability, also remaining lower temp.

60 MHz Factory OC
The latest PCS+ R9 270X is factory overclocked to 1060 MHz, which is 60 MHz higher than reference design, even up to 1100 MHz with boost, offering and delivering class leading performance. The new model is fitted with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory connected via high performance 256-bit memory interface, delivering excellent computing performance.

PowerColor Announces Radeon R9 270 OC

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today introduces a new flavor into R9 series, the PowerColor R9 270 OC. Built with AMD's latest GPU, Curacao, the R9 270 OC is based on 28nm processor and offering PC enthusiastic with cutting-edge technology, including Microsoft DirectX 11.2, AMD CrossFireTM technology, and ultra resolution gaming, ensuring unrivaled performance.

The PowerColor R9 270 OC has set up to overclock 30MHz faster than its reference design, even up to 955MHz with boost, together with 1400MHz of memory clock, guarantee gamers to have the best gaming experience. Using high performance 256-bit of 2GB GDDR5 memory, and 1280 stream processors, the R9 270 OC promise an immersive experience with no-compromise performance and flawless image quality.

PowerColor Announces the Radeon R9 290 OC

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today add other choice into R9 series for hardcore gamers, the PowerColor R9 290 OC. Based on brand new "Hawaii" GPU, the R9 290 offers gamers latest DirectX 11.2 support, delivering fierce performance and revolutionary intelligence. Meanwhile, users are available to experience 4K ultra resolution gaming now without sacrificing a single detail.

The PowerColor R9 290 OC is built with AMD "Hawaii" GPU, which utilizes the latest GCN architecture, and 2560 stream processors, providing best performance without compromise. Also, The R9 290 OC use the highest standard memory with 4G GDDR5, clocked at 975 MHz of core which is 30 MHz above reference board, together with 1200 MHz memory clocks, offering gamers an immediate framerate gain. Furthermore, sharing the same memory interface, 512-bit, with R9 290X, successfully tackles demanding games titles without effort.

PowerColor Unveils the Devil R9 270X

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today unrolls a new model which belongs to the well-know Devil series, the PowerColor Devil R9 270X. Being one of Devil's family, the R9 270X showing its demonic power with fully support of DirectX 11.2 and 4K gaming, get intense gaming performance and ultra resolution which up to four times higher than tradition HD. In addition, Devil R9 270X now gives game develops the power to speak directly to GPU core by utilizing the Mantle, bring a brand new way of looking at the world of digital gaming.

Extreme Setting
The Devil R9 270X is totally designed for enthusiastic gamers with factory overclock to 1150 MHz, even up to 1180 MHz with boost, delivering the most tremendous performance at its class. Also, the Devil R9 270X is equipped with 2 GB of GDDR5, also with 1280 stream processors and high speed 256-bit memory interface, delivering excellent computing performance.

PowerColor Releases Its Radeon R9 290X Cards

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today introduces the most high end products at R9 series, the PowerColor R9 290X. Being a total new GPU, the R9 290X is packed with dozens of latest technology; gamers now can get intense gaming performance and unrivalled image quality with lifelike imagery by utilizing the newest DirectX 11.2. Also with the support of Windows 8.1, the PowerColor R9 290X deliver all the benefits for Windows users. Most important, the new card supports 4K ultra HD gaming in single and multi-display configurations, users can get the most out of every square inch of screen.

Being the highest end of R9 series, we overclocked the core of R9 290X to 1030 MHz, and together with 1250 MHz memory. What's more, it equipped with high standard 4 GB of GDDR5 and new 512-bit high speed interface, delivering more speed and higher bandwidth for high-performance GPUs. Also, the PowerColor R9 290X features 2816 stream processors offering massively parallel computing power for heavy application.

PowerColor Announces New Double Blades Fans for Future Cooling Solutions

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, collaborated with our thermal partner and successfully develop the patent thermal solution, the "Double Blades". The "Double Blades" derived from its fan outlook, this exclusive design adds an extra fan blade attaches to the original one; the extra fan can absorb airflow into the centre, and increase up to 20% airflow compared to the traditional thermal design, even can prevent the dust depositing at the bearings and the bottom of fan, prolonging the life cycle of the thermal, also video card.

Powercolor Releases New Entry Level Cards with the HD7730 Series

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, has released new entry level with HD7730 series, which especially targeting at general home computing consumers, offering the most cost-effective performance for every PC users.

Several models will be introduced in the HD7730 series, offering a choice of memory configurations and outputs. The HD7730 series is equipped with 1 GB of DDR5 and 1G/2G of DDR3; the former runs at 800 MHz for core and 1125 MHz for memory, the later runs at same core frequency but with 800 MHz x2 for memory. In addition, three models feature 384 stream processors, delivering excellent performance for a wide range of application.

PowerColor Releases the Devil HD7870

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today announced a new member of the Devil family, the Devil HD7870. Being the most renowned and powerful series in the word, PowerColor extends the Devil's power to HD7870, which operates at 1100MHz core clock and 1250MHz memory clock, offering demonic performance at OC mode.

Built with PowerColor exclusive Platinum Power Kit, it includes 7+1+1 phases, Digital PWM, Super Capacitors, perfectly increases the overall stability and reliable power delivery to GPU. Following the concept of Devil 13, the Devil HD7870 is also equipped with ultra-efficient triple fans, also uses 4 units heat pipes and large surface of aluminum cooling fin, delivers 25% cooler and 18% quieter than reference.

Club3D To Focus Exclusively on AMD Products

Club3D announces today to fully commit to the sale of AMD graphics boards and related products. Judith Ma Tseng - Club3D CEO - "we are showing our commitment to AMD because we believe that AMD is ideally positioned to deliver a complete solution to our customers, and after 16 years in the business offering solutions from a variety of processor partners, we truly believe that we can offer a better solution going forward with AMD alone."

"With products like the Radeon HD 7990 Dual GPU, Club3D has a long-standing reputation for delighting enthusiasts with spectacular products based on AMD Radeon graphics chips," said Zvika Greenstein, Director of Desktop Product Management, AMD Graphics. "Their decision to join AMD as an exclusive hardware partner is a powerful acknowledgment of our leadership in the graphics space, and a tremendous contribution to the technical expertise in the AMD Radeon graphics ecosystem."

PowerColor Reveals the HD 7750 Eyefinity 4 LP Edition Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today releases the first HD7750 low profile with 4 display technology, the HD7750 Eyefinity 4 LP Edition. To fulfill those users who need a card fitted into slim chassis, but also want it to support Eyefinity technology, PowerColor successfully developed a solution combines both advantages at one card, using 4 mini DisplayPort to build different display combination, that's PowerColor HD7750 Eyefinity 4 LP Edition.

Also having advantage of low profile, the new HD7750 is fitted with massive capacity of 2 GB GDDR5 memory to fulfill multi-display demand. Clocked at 800 MHz for the core and 1125 MHz for the memory, the new HD7750 allows more bandwidth for demanding DirectX 11.1 gaming title. Except for gaming use, the new HD7750 also can be used on financial services, TV wall, transportation, monitoring, professional design, digital signage and so on.

PowerColor Announces the SCS3 HD 7850 Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today unrolls a new model of SCS3 series, the SC3 HD7850. Being a new generation of SCS3, the HD7850 extends PowerColor strong capability of passive cooling design, enables gamers to play under extremely silent environment. Together with 1 GB of GDDR5 memory, and 1024 units of stream processor, the SCS3 HD7850 is equipped with all high standard specification, also includes the latest AMD Eyefinity technology, DirectX 11.1, and AMD App Acceleration technology, enabling quiet gaming but also with performance.

PowerColor Announces its Radeon HD 7990 V2 "Malta" Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today officially announces PowerColor HD7990, codenamed Malta, ready to fulfill all enthusiastic users with critical demand. The new HD7990 is powered by dual GPUs, and features 4096 stream processors and 8.2 TFLOPS compute power, deliveries massively parallel computing power for graphics.

The PowerColor HD7990 is equipped with 6GB of GDDR5 memory, and clocks at 950MHz and 1500MHz memory speed. By utilizing AMD PowerTune with boost, the HD7990 allows the core frequency dynamically overclocked up to 1GHz, successfully tackles demanding games titles without effort. Together with the combination of three axial fans and massive heatsink, the HD7990 provides ultra-quiet working environment under 37.8 dBA.

PowerColor Rolls Out Radeon HD 7790 OC V2 Graphics Card

PowerColor introduced its third graphics card based on AMD's latest Radeon HD 7790 mainstream GPU, the factory-overclocked HD 7790 OC V2 (model: AX7790 1GBD5-DHV2/OC). The card uses a single-fan cooler design that's unlike either of the two already launched models. Its cooler uses a compact aluminum fin stack, to which heat is fed by a single 8 mm-thick copper heat pipe; which is ventilated by a single 70 mm fan.

PowerColor appears to have used an AMD-reference design PCB that's red-colored, on the new OC V2 variant. It features factory-overclocked speed of 1030 MHz core, which puts it between AMD reference speed of 1000 MHz, and the 1075 MHz of PowerColor's own TurboDuo implementation. The OC V2 could be PowerColor's attept to fix the rather bland looks of the similarly clocked AX7790 1GBD5-DHV2/OC. The company didn't reveal pricing or availability.

PowerColor Launches a Pair of Radeon HD 7790 Graphics Cards

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today introduces the latest HD7790 series: the PowerColor TurboDuo HD7790 OC and HD7790 OC version. The latest HD7790 series is introduced with advanced power saving controller, SVI2 Green Power Manage Technology. By taking advantage of it, the PowerColor HD7790 series can dynamically adjust voltage power along with GPU loading status, enabled the best power efficiency and graphics performance without any compromise.

The PowerColor TurboDuo HD7790 OC clocks at 7.5% overclocking speed on boost engine, packed with dual-fan cooling and S-shape heat pipe direct touch technology, easily took away the heat from GPU. Furthermore, it takes advantage of innovative Aerodynamics Kit design; through the dual cooling vents onboard, the air flow can be enhanced efficiently and dissipated the heat from the TurboDuo cooling solution to deliver the best cooling effect.

AMD Redoing Radeon HD 7990 Under New Codename - "Malta"

AMD topped off its "Southern Islands" graphics card family with Radeon HD 7990 "New Zealand," although it didn't have a reference design board of the said SKU. Around October 2012, AIB partners PowerColor, VTX3D, and Club 3D each released their custom design Radeon HD 7990-branded graphics cards, which packed a duo of Radeon HD 7970 GPUs, a total of 6 GB of memory, making up for a dual-GPU solution. Among most of these, the GPUs were clocked in the neighborhood of 950 MHz, and memory at 5.50 GHz. ASUS joined the party much later with the ROG ARES II, with 1100 MHz core, 6.00 GHz memory, and liquid cooling, but commands a hefty $1,600. Post GTX Titan, ARES II remains, at least according to AMD, the single fastest graphics card. The company seems interested in standardizing a new set of specifications for HD 7990, which could be priced competitively against NVIDIA's GTX Titan and GTX 690.

Enter the new Radeon HD 7990 "Malta," a new codename, redone specifications (clock speeds), same dual-GPU graphics card, with [hopefully] a competitive price. Its development checks out with AMD's recent statement in its teleconference last month, where it stated that we could see "more HD 7990 action" this year. According to a Technic3D report, AMD is looking to replace the generally accepted 925/950/1350 MHz (core/PowerTune Boost/memory) clock speed standard of the HD 7990 with something over 1000 MHz, probably even 1050 MHz for the core. There is no word on memory clock speed changes, although with its 384-bit wide memory interfaces, we don't imagine the "Tahiti" GPU to be facing a dearth of memory bandwidth. The HD 7990 "Malta" like the HD 7990 "New Zealand," will lack an AMD reference design, so one could expect more custom-design cards by partners. The new SKU could launch some time before July.Source: Technic3D

Current State and Future of AMD Radeon Graphics: Teleconference Transcript

You may have read our report from earlier today, covering the main points that AMD was trying to make in its recent teleconference with the European press (which includes us). While in the call, we were a little jolted by the choices of words some of AMD's executives used to describe their company's consumer graphics outlook for 2013, how they believe they can hold out for almost the entire year with little or no major updates to their product stack, and more interestingly, a few above-the-belt jabs at NVIDIA and its upcoming GeForce GTX Titan product.

The crux of AMD's emergency meeting with the press was to bust some misconceptions spread in the press over the last couple of weeks, to tell them a Graham's Number of times that they still hold the fastest single GPU on the planet, which powers the fastest graphics card there is (ASUS ARES II). The most ironic part of AMD's emergency meeting with the press was the one in which they called GeForce Titan NVIDIA's emergency/knee-jerk reaction to AMD's getting cozy with game developers, and netting some of the biggest PC game launches of the season for its Never Settle Reloaded bundle.
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