Wednesday, February 1st 2012

MAINGEAR Adopts the AMD Radeon HD 7950

MAINGEAR, an award-winning PC system builder offering custom desktops, notebooks and workstations has just added AMD Radeon HD 7950 graphics card solution to their award winning up desktop offerings.

Similar to the AMD Radeon HD 7970 graphics, the AMD Radeon HD 7950 series graphics takes your game to new levels for the no-compromise gamer at a more affordable price point. With AMD Radeon 7900 series graphics, the gaming experience is perfected with the new GCN Architecture engineered to deliver jaw-dropping performance and unprecedented image quality. For those gamers looking to get an added advantage, they can add up to six displays with AMD Eyefinity technology and enable unrivalled HD video quality to see every move and make the kill. Those who are not so much into gaming will appreciate the astonishing performance in everyday applications with AMD App Acceleration that allows for faster video encoding, transcoding and decoding.

Combined with MAINGEAR's EPIC performance enhancements such as the EPIC 180 liquid cooling solution and the EPIC Audio Engine, MAINGEAR offers a one of a kind gaming experience that is complemented with the AMD Radeon HD 7950's performance with the highest visual quality in the latest and most demanding DirectX 11 games at a more affordable price.

"High performance PC users looking for a No-Compromise solution need to look no further than a MAINGEAR system equipped with our custom EPIC solutions and an AMD RADEON HD 7900 series graphics card," said Wallace Santos, CEO and Founder of MAINGEAR.

All MAINGEAR custom build PC products are supported with lifetime labor and phone support with one to three year hardware warranty. For more information about MAINGEAR's desktops with the new AMD Radeon HD 7950 click here.
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4 Comments on MAINGEAR Adopts the AMD Radeon HD 7950

Such placement of gfx cards is a death to the cheap fan bearings (found on all reference Radeons for the last few years). Do not want even though it's theoretically better (from a thermal point of view).
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~Technological Technocrat~
gotta admit I kinda like the way the case looks
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