Gigabyte introduces Radeon R9 290X graphics card
Oct 30, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., a manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, has introduced the Radeon R9 290X graphics card, or GV-R929XD5-4GD-B.
Engineered to be among the world's most advanced graphics cards, Radeon R9 290X GPUs feature award-winning GCN Architecture for unrivalled performance and efficiency. Packed with groundbreaking features like AMD PowerTune technology and AMD CrossFire technology, gamers should never settle for anything less, the company reported.
GV-R929XD5-4GD-B is equipped with 28nm GCN architecture graphics processor, 4GB GDDR5 memory and 512-bit memory interface, and also exclusively supports GIGABYTE OC GURU II software. GV-R929XD5-4GD-B is primed to enable astonishing performance and breathtaking image quality, making it a top choice for gamers who expect the best.
GV-R929XD5-4GD-B provides gamers an unlimited experience by using GIGABYTE OC GURU II to adjust maximum core voltage and synchronize the GPU temperature and power consumption. These main features deliver an extremely performance to make gamers enjoy the amazing gaming experience. AMD Eyefinity technology is here to deliver the unfair advantage you deserve. With new modes and features, like gaming across five displays, AMD HD3D technology and universal bezel compensation, the world's best multi-display gaming technology just got better.
Engineered as the world's most advanced graphics, the GCN Architecture is the industry's first 28nm GPU design. Built from the ground up to enable more than unprecedented gaming performance, Graphics Core Next is also the world leader in GPU compute performance. With advanced video features like color correction, image sharpening, video stabilization and noise removal, AMD App Acceleration sets the bar for beautiful movies. And when it's time to multi-task, the optimized GCN Architecture is more than ready to make quick work of everyday applications like Adobe CS6 and Corel WinZip, the company added.
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