Vertex 3D and HIS launch HD 7950s

/ 7 years ago

Vertex 3D and HIS have both today launched their HD 7950s. Both are based off reference designs although non-reference variants will come later on from both companies. The cards both use the latest 28nm graphics core technology with cores clocked at 800MHz. They are both equipped with 3GB of GDDR5 video memory clocked at 5GHz effective. There is support for Direct X 11.1 as well as PCI Express Gen 3 technology. AMD Eyefinity technology is supported out of the box as well as support for CrossFireX which will allow up to four cards to be ajoined.

VTX3D HD7950 features the latest technology from AMD. Equipped with AMD PowerTune technology, which performs intelligent assessment of GPU’s real-time power draw to enable higher clock speeds and maximize performance in your favourite games. VTX3D HD7950 also supports AMD exclusive Eyefinity technology, bringing the ultimate immersive gaming experience with innovate “wrap around” multi-display capabilities. Furthermore, you can enjoy an enhanced visual experience with the latest AMD HD3D technology, which gives 3D support for Stereo 3D display, gaming, Blu-ray. It’s worth to mention that VTX3D HD 7950 has a new technology called ZeroCore Power, which shuts down the GPU during periods of long idle, and reduces the idle power under 3W. With AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing (APP) technology, users can easily unleash the massive parallel processing power of GPU and tackle demanding tasks like video transcoding with amazing speed.

Source: Press Release


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