The testing by HardwareCanucks revealed that Radeon R9 280X was CrossFire compatible with the Radeon HD 7970. This has surely brought some good news for the users of HD 7970. The users who were previously hoping to include a Tahiti to the CrossFire can satisfy their wish by the Radeon R9 280X addition which is comparatively cheaper than the HD 7970 models available online.
Most of us would love just one 4K monitor for our gaming setup, but the guys over at the Windows Lab have opted for three! The math is easy three 4K monitors gives you a 12K display! They not only setup these awesome displays, but also tested out DiRT 3 at a constant 60 Hz (30 Hz is the 4K standard). These guys has to build a custom driver to make this all possible, but it is very impressive!
We have viewed on the internet AMD talking about the various trends of the graphic industry, focusing on the current as well as the trend-to-be in the third quarter of this year. If you remember, it has been more than a year that AMD released their Radeon HD 7000 graphics card which comprises of their flagship model Radeon HD 7970. Here AMD declares that their state-of-the-art card is ready for next generation gaming giving a powerful developer support, enhanced driver performance and a game bundle that remains unrivaled.
Ah I am back to reviewing video cards, it has actually been a little while since I’ve taken a look at a current generation card, but over the past couple of weeks I have caught back up and today I am taking a look at an awesome card from ASUS. Many of ASUS’s non-reference cards feature their DirectCU II cooling system and so does this card, but this card also features a 12-phase VRM that has super alloy caps and chokes, ASUS’s VGA hotwire that allows you to easily check voltages on the card and this single card can drive up to six screens! The card we are taking a look at today is the 28nm ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II 3GB! Read on as we take a look at this impressive card!