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    TAG XFX R9 and R7 Series Graphics Cards Launched

    Technology and Gadgets, one of the leading distributors of Graphic cards, has introduced XFX Radeon™ R9 and R7series graphic cards. They are powered with AMD GPUs, AMD's 2nd Generation GCN Architecture and PowerTune Technology to deliver optimized gaming performance. XFX's new GPUs also feature AMD's Mantle and AMD TrueAudio technology, the latest innovations that redefine's the GPU by enabling both gamers and game developers with unprecedented audio and performance enhancements for compatible games1.

    XFX Radeon™ R9 290X, R9 290, R9 280X, R9 270X, R7 260X and R7 250 graphics cards are the first introduction of the all-new XFX Ghost 2.0 thermal design, which protects PCB components from damage and dust and creates a beautiful modern design unlike any other graphics card in history. The XFX R-Series of graphics cards will feature the second generation of AMD's PowerTune technology, which offers a substantial improvement over the previous generation. AMD Radeon R9 and R7 Series graphics cards continues to serve as a driving force behind the Unified Gaming Strategy

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    Key Features
    XFX Ghost 2.0 thermal design substantial design evolution from the original Ghost thermal design introduced in 2012.
    Featured with feature higher voltage caps giving gamers the power to customize and truly push their graphics cards to the limit.
    2nd Generation PowerTune Technology with real-time voltage and clock speed optimization enables intelligent power monitoring to enable higher clock speeds and better performance in your favorite games.
    Mantle and Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture for a deeper level of hardware multi-platform compatibility.
    TrueAudio technology for game developers with a programmable audio pipeline on the GPU through a built-in audio signal processor that supports 150 sound sources. TrueAudio enables 7.1 surround through headphones and zero CPU overhead.
    Redesigned for Ultra-resolution gaming to use virtually with any combination of display outputs when connecting to systems.

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    Re: TAG XFX R9 and R7 Series Graphics Cards Launched

    So can anyone tell me whether this graphics card are for older computers. It looks to be a replacement VGA card and not the PCIe card. And everyone knows that VGA performs similar to an APU or the HD 4000 or HD 3000 series onboard graphics. We wont be able to play high end games like Assassins creed 4 or Call of duty Ghosts with this card.

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    Re: TAG XFX R9 and R7 Series Graphics Cards Launched

    Considering the XFX Radeon 280X R9 Double Dissipation is much better and uses a PCB house offering a total of 7 phases (5 +2 or 6 +1?) and a new cooling house pretty good. It operates at frequencies of reference, namely 1GHz for the GPU (and a "base" to 850 MHz) and 1500 MHz for 3GB of GDDR5. The manufacturer seems to have abandoned the large steam room and especially the PCB fins insulating air flow, the front part being traversed by two heatpipes and the rear with four heatpipes.

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