No efforts were seen for the building up of the custom board on the Radeon HD 7990 since the launch of the graphics card by AMD with this design, which was launched earlier this year. But XFX has taken its first step and challenged the AMD’s design as it introduces the newest Radeon HD 7990 Triple Dissipation GPU, which will soon be launched.
AMD announced their dual-chip Radeon HD 7990 graphics card a few months back. When it was launched their price was set at $999 to compete with NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 690 card. AMD will soon be unleashing a new generation of graphics card have given the Radeon HD 7990 a massive price cut bringing the price down to $699.
Sapphire released their latest Radeon HD 7990 ATOMIC Graphics card at Computex 13. Most of the details regarding two were kept a secret until now. Expreview have managed to get the technical details of the Radeon HD 7990 ATOMIC graphics card along with complete detailed shots of the PCB and the water cooler that comes along with the shipment.
Quite likely AMD will discontinue their Radeon HD 7990 “Malta” card which was recently launched in April, 2013 and that’s because they are putting up efforts for the launch of their next generation graphics hardware. According to sources the stock availability of AMD Radeon HD 7990 has been limited to thin level and in line with AMD’s plan the supply has been minimized intentionally to amount that they won’t be available to any consumer by the end of this quarter.
Sapphire’s Atomic branding is only for the most high-end products and they Atomic product they showed at Computex was definitely no exception. The Sapphire Radeon HD 7990 Atomic is a liquid cooled variant of AMD’s latest graphics card release. The card is anything but stock, read on for all of the details.
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.
AMD’s latest graphics card the Radeon HD 7990 is expected to launch this week so it is no doubt we would see some benchmarks surface before the official release. Below you will find benchmarks testing the Radeon HD 7990 against NVIDIA’s GTX 690 and NVIDIA’s GTX Titan. The two tests include 3DMark Fire Strike and Battlefield 3 running at 5760 x 1080 resolution. Read on to see the benchmark results!
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.”