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.
You cannot leave ASUS out of the bunch when it comes to the Radeon HD 7790 graphics card. Like most manufacturers of the “Bonaire” based card they have two versions as well. They have a reference design and their OC Edition which does feature ASUS’s own DirectCU II cooling as well. The HD7790-DC2OC-1GD5 runs overclocked at a 1075MHz core, 6400MHz memory and does come with ASUS’s GPU tweak utility.
Today we are taking a look at a brand new video card from Sapphire. We have been hearing about the Radeon 7790 over the past few weeks and earlier this year AMD said we would see an HD 8000 series towards the end of the year and they would be refreshing their HD 7000 lineup with new chips. The HD 7790 is the first card that is part of this refresh, based on the brand new “Bonaire” 28nm graphics processor. The Bonaire graphics processor is based off of AMD’s graphics core next (GCN) architecture and features 896 stream processors. We are looking at Sapphire’s version, which is the HD 7790 OC with Dual-X. The Dual-X is for Sapphire’s own unique cooling system on the card. This card features a 1075MHz core clock, 1GB of GDDR5 memory and has dual DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort connections. This card is setup to compete directly with Nvidia’s GTX 650 Ti. Read on as we take a look…