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XFX HD6990 ATI / AMD Graphics Card - 4GB

4GB XFX HD 6990, PCI-E 2.1 (x16), 5000MHz GDDR5, GPU 830MHz, 3072 Cores, 4x Mini DP/ DL DVI-I

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Product Overview The XFX Radeon™ HD 6990 creates the ultimate in intense, immersive HD gaming with raw performance, Dual GPU, 4 GB GDDR5 high-speed memory and an impressive array of ground-breaking features, giving even the most hardcore gamers an extra boost of adrenaline to take the game to the next level.

Immerse yourself with the XFX Radeon™ HD 6990 enabling DirectX 11 gaming on up to four simultaneous displays utilizing up to four Mini-DisplayPort 1.2 outputs, as well as Stereoscopic 3D gaming and Blu-ray 3D playback with AMD HD3D technology - all from a single graphics card.

In addition, AMD's exclusive anti-aliasing platform, Morphological Anti-Aliasing (MLAA), reduces and smoothes jagged lines to enhance visual qualities without lowering frame rates associated with standard anti-aliasing. Not all games have anti-aliasing support, but MLAA can enhance your graphics on any application.
Features • HDMI Ready
• Microsoft® DirectX® 11
• AMD - CrossFire ready
• AMD Advanced Parallel Processing Technology (APP)
• AMD Avivo HD
• AMD Eyefinity Technology
• AMD HD3D Technology
• AMD Hybrid Graphics Technology
• AMD PowerPlay Technology
• AMD Stream Technology
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN/XFX UK LTD.
Telephone:
09068 354 400
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