Club 3D launched their ’13Series graphics cards in March this year with the presentation of the Radeon HD 7790 ’13Series. These series were brought in as part of the or rather as an extension of the Pokerseries gaming cards. These cards were available in a plain looking white box and were stripped from any accessories and other bundles to bring about an impact with the price tag. The main focus of the ’13Series cards was the system integrators but it turned out that they were equally successful with the consumers too. This package was more than perfect and settling for all those end users who had been searching for an upgrade to their existing card or wanted to add an additional card to their system to enable a multi GPU set-up. When it comes to selling on Club 3D, it has been observed that the white label ’13Series are becoming more popular as compared to the black label PokerSeries. Now with all the fresh product stacks arriving in the past couple of months and with so much popularity of the 13Series, it is time for Club 3D to launch the successor to these series; the 14Series.
The new 14series will follow the same direction and selected R7 and R9 chipsets will be offered under this. These cards are differentiated by their bright white boxes and a price tag that it too good to be true. But these don’t come with any bundles or accessories; those looking for these attractions might as well try the PokerSeries.