Thursday, December 19th 2013

VTX3D Launches R9 270 X-Edition with Dual Fan Cooling Design

A renowned brand of graphics card maker - VTX3D, today launched its own design edition of R9 series: the VTX3D R9 270 X-Edition. The new R9 270 X-Edition is packed with dual fan cooling design and quality power kit, delivering exceptional performance and ultimate gaming experience.

The latest R9 270 X-Edition clocks at 930 MHz core speed, which is 30 MHz higher than reference design and can reach to 955 MHz with boost, offering the intense gaming performance. The new model is fitted with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory connected via 256 bit memory interface, delivering the astonishing and breathtaking gaming experience to the enthusiasts.

The R9 270 X-Edition is packed with quality power kit, which includes Multi Phase Design, Ferrite Core Choke, PowerPAK SO-8 and Solid Capacitor, enhancing the stability at overclocked model. What is more, the new model has equipped with dual fan cooling design, which uses dual 80mm fans, 3 pieces of U-shape copper heat pipes and wide range of unique aluminum fin, successful reduction of operating temperature and maintain quiet operating environment.
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2 Comments on VTX3D Launches R9 270 X-Edition with Dual Fan Cooling Design

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Razorfang
This is an R9 270 (non-X). Very misleading name, shame on them.
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alwayssts
Razorfang said:
This is an R9 270 (non-X). Very misleading name, shame on them.
Can it be flashed? If that were the case, or had a slightly tuned bios, would it really?

Other than the higher (artificial placement) powertune rating, and superfluous pci-e connector to meet spec, what really is the difference between the cards...especially when the 270 (non-x) bios essentially just simply limits the overclocks to 270x stock speed?
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