Just last week we showed you photos of both the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 and GTX 770. Many people comments that these photos could be photoshopped or doctored, but sorry to bust your bubble but those photos were real and so is the one you see below. The upcoming GeForce GTX 770 has been spotted again on the Chiphell forums. And as we previously stated it will be using the same MVTTM cooler that is in use on the GeForce GTX Titan.
Zotac is prepping a new GeForce GTX Titan from their AMP! Series. Like most GTX Titan cards this one will still feature a pure reference design. As we write this we have not confirmed clocks of the card, which is only the second Titan in Zotac’s lineup. Many other companies have 3-4 Titan’s in their lineup. Since this is a reference card it is based on the GK110 silicon and has 2688 CUDA cores and 6GB of GDDR5.
It looks like AMD is prepping a new lower-end graphics cards in their Radeon 7000 series. User Toppc from Coolaler forums has leaked images and well as benchmarks of a Radeon HD 7730 from MSI. Not much is known about the specifications of the card just yet, but we do know the card is clocked at 800 MHz core and 1125 MHz memory clock. We would assume it is also running 1 GB of GDDR5 memory. No official word on what core this card is running, our guess is a cut down version of either the Bonaire XT chip or Cape Verde chip.
AMD has officially announced their latest flagship graphics card in the Radeon HD 7990. This is a dual-GPU solution that is based off two 28 nm “Tahiti” chips. AMD says this card is different than the HD 7990 “New Zealand” graphics cards that were launched in Q3 of 2012 as it has a much lower power draw, requiring only two PCIe power connectors. The new card also features a dual-slot cooling solution, which AMD says is “whisper quiet”. Most of the “New Zealand” cards required three PCIe connectors and triple slot cooling solutions.
It seems that everyone is talking about AMD this week as they will be releasing their Radeon HD 7990 graphics card this week. But don’t count NVIDIA out of the graphics card race just yet. According to a report at 3DCenter, NVIDIA is working on both a GeForce GTX Titan Ultra and a slimmed down GeForce GTX Titan LE. We have been hearing about the supposed “LE” card for a couple of week now, but the Ultra card is definitely something new.
With the launch of the AMD Radeon HD 7990 less then a week away it now seems we have the most detailed specifications for the card to date. The card will feature two 28nm “Tahiti” GPUs with 8.6 billion transistors and 4096 stream processors, 256 texture units and 64 ROPs. Below you can see a detailed chart comparing the Radeon HD 7990 to the HD 7970 GHz Edition and the HD 7950.
It looks like we now know the launch date for the very anticipated AMD Radeon HD 7990 “Malta” dual-GPU graphics card! According to a report on OCaholic AMD plans to launch the graphics card on April 24, 2013. The report also states that reviews of the card should already be underway. The AMD Radeon HD 7990 will feature a pair of 28nm “Tahiti” GPUs and will have a total of 4096 stream processors, and 6 GB of GDDR5 memory across two 384-bit wide memory interfaces.
It looks like someone was lucky enough to get an engineering sample of AMD’s upcoming Radeon HD 7990 and decided to put it up for auction on eBay to make a quick buck! The opening bid started at $0.99 and as of writing this post it is at $3,050! The eBay listing says, “You are bidding on the world’s first ‘Malta’ graphics card – engineering sample. Don’t miss your chance to be the first to own the world’s fastest graphics card.”
Sapphire has made an addition to their Radeon HD 7790 lineup with the new Radeon HD 7790 2GB OC Graphics Card. This card features 2GB of the latest DDR5 memory and is factory overclocked with a core clock of 1050MHz and memory clocks of 1600MHz (6.4GB/s effective). The Radeon HD 7790 2GB OC card is based on the latest Bonaire chipset featuring AMD’s graphics core next architecture.
PowerColor has released their third graphics cards based on AMD’s latest graphics processor the Radeon HD 7790. It is the their HD 7790 OC V2 (AX7790 1GBD5-DHV2/OC). The card features a reference designed PCB that look pretty cool since it is red, and a factory overclocked core speed of 1030 MHz. That puts it between the reference HD 7790 speed of 1000 MHz and the 1075 MHz of their own TurboDuo card.
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