Ultra Resolution Gaming
GPUs built for the demands of ultra-high resolution gaming in single and multi-display configurations: get the most out of every square inch of screen.
Features • AMD Eyefinity Technology to extend the view across multi-displays to immerse yourself in gameplay and entertainment.
• CrossFire Multi-GPU technology for extreme performance.
• AMD HD3D™ Technology optimizes stereoscopic 3D gaming and movie-watching entertainment.
• PCIE 3.0 delivers double the bandwidth per lane of PCIe Gen 2 for faster GPU – CPU communication.
• Microsoft® DirectX® 11.2 Support brings new levels of visual realism to gaming on the PC
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- 24 months
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Date Issued: 24th Oct 2013
AMD launched a number of new graphics cards a couple of weeks back. But examining the details showed that the R9 280X, R9 270X, and R7 260X - the three headline GPUs - were largely rebrands of older technology. Countering a lack of genuine GPU advancement, AMD's attractive pricing makes the new cards reasonably compelling propositions.
Date Issued: 8th Oct 2013
Announced on September 26, AMD has come back swinging with gusto. Six Radeon GPUs have been unveiled, providing much-needed impetus to partners, and AMD has seen fit to change the naming convention along the way. Quite a mouthful, the Radeon R9 290X, R9 290, R9 280X, R9 270X, R7 260X, and R7 250 cards are busy being packed into containers destined for your favourite retailers.