The R9 290X x2 is very soon going to reveal itself as we have it from some reliable sources. This Dual Hawaii-XT GPU is another roll out from AMD and has been codenamed as ‘Vesuvius’ which comes as no surprise by now because we are all used to the AMD’s naming strategy.
Looks like AMD has got it big and it’s really catching up with all the newest versions of graphic cards and the amazing releases. It is rolling out one more into the market namely the FirePro S10000 12 GB Edition graphics card which has exclusively been designed for supporting the HPC workloads for single precision as double precision performance.
AMD has been devising a lot of strategies to enter this sub and its competitors have been answering in line but this time AMD has another new SKU which is going to help it heat up this segment of the market once again. AMD has finally announced the Radeon R9 270.
This month is bringing out the Radeon R9 270 which is going to be AMD’s yet another addition to the Volcanic Islands graphic cards. Most of us might have seen this in the previous months and the quite obviously the X version of this had to be released first.
With all of the GeForce GTX 780 Ti releases yesterday there was one that caught our eye, but then we looked into it we were a little confused. Gigabyte introduced a GeForce GTX 780 Ti Overclock Edition (GV-N78TOC-3GD) graphics card. The reason why were are confused is that unlike EVGA, Gigabyte did not list the speeds of the card at all in their press release.
Today NVIDIA is officially announcing the GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics card and its market availability. The card is based on the same GK110 core as the GTX Titan. It will feature a full compliment of 2880 CUDA cores, 240 TMUs, 48 ROPs and 3 GB of GDDR5 memory across a 384-bit wide interface.
With AMD’s release of their Radeon R9 290 graphics card yesterday which has a pricetag of $399 the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 at $499 really does not make sense really. Because of this NVIDIA may be pushing its partners to come up with factory-overclocked versions of the GTX 780 to make it competitive.
The much talked about Radeon R9 290 graphics card has finally been released by AMD and it has the honor of being the second card which has featured the GCN powered Hawaii GPU core.
PowerColor R9 290 OC, the all new addition to the R9 series is based on the popular Hawaii GPU and will give DirectX 11.2 support to gamers. This brings along revolutionary performance and a very strong performance.
The R9 270X IceQX² Turbo Boost Clock 2GB GDDR5 has been announced by HIS and some of the details regarding the card have been revealed with this piece of information. With a Boost Clock, there will be faster performance and to top it all up there is the IceQ X² which is cooler and quieter and the user-friendly iTurbo. All of these have been combined into the long lasting design which promised durability.