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PowerColor Introduces PowerDuo R9 280X OC

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today launches another high performance model which belongs to TurboDuo series, the PowerColor TurboDuo R9 280X OC. Featuring the most innovative GCN architecture, the TurboDuo R9 280X OC fully utilizes the AMD Eyefinity technology, and support ultra high resolution gaming, providing unrivaled performance without sacrifice a single detail. The new TurboDuo R9 280X OC runs at a factory-overclock of 880MHz, even reach to 1030MHz with boost, together with 1500Mhz for memory clock, using 384-bit high speed memory interface connects to 3GB of GDDR5 memory, indulging gamers with higher frame rates. In addition to default OC setting, the TurboDuo R9 280X OC takes advantage of PowerColor’s exclusive Gold Power Kit, which includes multi-phases design, DirectFET and Digital PWM, delivering the best OC performance with stability. Packed with TurboDuo cooling technology, the new R9 280X OC features dual 90mm ultra huge dual fan, easily takes away the heat from the cooling fin. With patent GSG-shape heat pipes design and enormous surface of aluminum cooling fin, the TurboDuo R9 280X OC can efficiently cool down the temp. and increases thermal efficiency. TurboDuo R9 280X OC delivers the high quality image to end users by using metal cover design, makes it one of a kind and more solid. PowerColor TurboDuo R9 280X OC Core Speed: 880MHz (1030MHz with boost) Memory Speed: 1500MHz (6.0Gbps) Memory: 3GB GDDR5 Memory:Interface 38...

PowerColor DEVIL R9 270X 2GB GDDR5

On Oct 31 2013 in Taipei Tiawan, the TUL Corporation, a manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today rolled out a new model, the PowerColor Devil R9 270X. It fully supports DirectX 11.2 and 4K gaming, and is designed to offer intense gaming performance and ultra resolution which up to four times higher than tradition HD. In addition, the Devil R9 270X now gives game developers the power to directly address the GPU core by utilizing Mantle from AMD. Features PowerColor DEVIL R9 270X 2GB GDDR5 Part NumberAXR9 270X 2GBD5-A2DHE Graphics EngineRADEON R9 270X Video Memory2GB GDDR5 Engine Clock1150MHz (up to 1180MHz with boost) Memory Clock1400MHz (5.6Gbps) Memory Interface256bit DirectX® Support11.1 Bus StandardPCIE 3.0 Display ConnectorsDL-DVI-I/ SL-DVI-D / HDMI / MINI DPx2  

PowerColor HD 7870 Devil 2048 MB

The Radeon HD 7870 is now one and a half years old. Its GPU, Pitcairn, is a downscale from the HD 7900 “Tahiti” silicon that introduced AMD’s Graphics Core Next architecture. Targeting a wide price-range, the HD 7800 series falls into the market-segment both AMD and NVIDIA have referred to as the “sweet spot”. Apart from 1280 stream processors, Pitcairn has 80 Texture Memory Units (TMUs), 32 ROPs (Raster Operations), and a 256-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface holding 2 GB of memory.   Full Review: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Powercolor/HD_7870_Devil/


PowerColor Devil HD7870 2GB

We've previously seen two Devil-branded cards from PowerColor, the behemoth 7990 and a previous-gen 6970, both of which are (or were) flagship premium cards. But the Devil HD 7870 2GB is a mid-range card, coming with an attractive price tag of $260. It's a bit unusual to see a custom cooler, improved power design, and attention to detail on such a modestly priced card, but we certainly approve of the move by PowerColor; better for consumers, we say.


PowerColor 7790 Turbo Duo

The PowerColor 7790 Turbo Duo comes with a custom cooler cooler and a factory overclock that reaches over 1GHz. Cool and quiet, it looks like an enticing option for gamers on a modest budfget. Toss in Bioshock Infinite for free and we've got a great deal for this card.

Join and Win PowerColor Graphics Cards

  1. ELIGIBILITY This contest is open to all legal residents of Canada (excluding Quebec), Malaysia, and the Member States of the European Union (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom), and the United States of America (excluding Florida, New York, Rhode Island, and the US Territories of Guam, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands)who have reached the age of majority in their Country of residence. Employees and retirees of the contest organizers and their affiliates, associates, representatives, advertising and promotional agencies and members of the immediate family of these employees and retirees or any person with whom they are domiciled are not eligible to enter or win the Contest. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited.   2. TIMING Contest begins at April 15th, 2013 00:01 PST and ends at April 30th, 2013 23:59 PST. TUL’s computer will be the official time clock for the contest.   3. HOW TO ENTER Enter online by liking or already being a fan of Facebook USA page at http://www.facebook.com/Powercolorusa?fref=ts and then emailing us at contestadmin@powercolor.com with the subject “PowerColor USA Facebook Grand Opening Contest” and your complete name (First Name and Last Name), email address and you...


PowerColor PCS 7870 Myst Edition

The PowerColor PCS 7870 Myst Edition brings the new Tahiti-based GPU to the market, along with two A+ game titles tossed into the package for an outstanding value. Can it measure in performance for gamers who want a great card for the buck? Click through to find out.


PowerColor Devil 13 HD 7990

While it's no secret that AMD doesn't officially have a dual-GPU card in its lineup, PowerColor has bucked the trend and blazed a new trail here with their own design for the 7990. This Limited Edition Devil 13 certainly looks monstrous, and it's got an accessory package second to none, but it also comes with a stratospheric price tag of about $1000 that will target all but the most diehard and well-heeled. Let's dive in and take a closer look at the PowerColor Devil 13 HD 7990 and see how it fares against Nvidia's dual GPU offering. Click through for more.

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