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MSI, Powercolor and Club 3D Radeon introduce R9 290x 8GB GDDR5
Several partners of AMD have announced their 8GB versions of the Radeon R9 290x video card with a memory bus of 512bit. Among other MSI, Club 3D and PowerColor come up with such a card with 8GB of GDDR5, which would primarily for displaying 4K images to put his.
The Club 3D R9 290x 8GB royalAce has a GPU clock speed of 1030MHz slightly higher than the standard versions of the 290x, running at 1GHz. clock Also, the memory runs with 5500MHz slightly faster than normal. Club 3D provides a map of his triple Coolstream cooler with five copper heatpipes. According to the manufacturer, it is not a gimmick, but 8GB GDDR5 would need to be able to rotate the candy upcoming game titles with all their good eye. Club 3D says to the card in a limited edition release.
The R9 290x 8G Gaming MSI combines the amount of 8GB to a card with a clock speed of up ot 1040MHz while the memory runs at 5500MHz. The manufacturer provides the video card from its Twin Frozr IV cooler with two fans, which would be specially adapted for the video card and therefore carries the designation Advanced.
Finally has PowerColor PCS + R9 are 290x announced. The card has a GPU clock speed of 1030MHz and memory clock speed is 5500MHz. The card carries a PCS + cooler with three fans, two sets of aluminum fins and five heat pipes. PowerColor provides the graphics card like MSI and Club 3D two DL-DVI-D outputs, HDMI and display port.
There are also indications that XFX comes with a version of the R9 290x. The manufacturers have not yet announced at the time of writing, however. Sapphire released earlier this year, the Radeon R9 290x Vapor-X with 8GB of GDDR5 in a limited edition of. The manufacturer shall keep that card now again.Viewing:-161
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