The four 8-pin PCI-E power connectors are a giveaway to the card’s identity.
Even though AMD remained silent on the availability of New Zealand, the final member of the Southern Islands GPU family, the partners are slowly beginning to launch products on their own. The first out the door is PowerColor, with their Devil13 Limited Edition card.
PowerColor is among the first graphics card vendors to launch a Radeon HD 7950 with AMD's revised specifications for the SKU. The card retains board design and price-tag of the original, and has NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce GTX 660 Ti in its crosshairs.
Although it was Sapphire, which charmed visitors of its Computex booth with its single-slot, low-profile Radeon HD 7750 graphics card, PowerColor beat it to the punch by taking such a design to its logical conclusion, the market. PowerColor's HD 7750 LP is fully loaded, despite its puny size.
While the volumes aren't high, most vendors had enough to show at least a sample of GTX680 – and occasionally a GTX690 – on their booths, while AMD gunned for higher clock revisions and more memory.
A pre-order listing for PowerColor's beefed up Radeon HD 7970 LCS Ed. graphics card has appeared on a UK website with an also beefed up price tag of £599.99.
It was only a matter of time before this happened: PowerColor has shoehorned two HD 6970s onto a single PCB (ridiculously large heatsink included). Also on show was a more reasonably sized HD 6870 X2. Look inside for pictures and specifications. (Updated with HD 6870 X2 pricing)
AMD will be refreshing its Fusion APU line with new processors in Q3. We managed to get a glimpse of a E-450 APU motherboard at Computex.
Finalised. We see loads of upcoming motherboards, graphics card and have sorted them out based on different manufacturers. Enjoy.
SemiAccurate have leaked a pictured of Powercolor Dual-GPU board based on Barts / 6800. Both dual-Barts and dual-GF114 are on the cards (no pun intended), with a release scheduled in early Q3. The dual-Barts card is expected to be revealed at Computex, in three weeks' time.
We are greeted with some of the upcoming PowerColor graphics cards in their Taipei office. First, we have LCS HD 6990 graphics card fitted with EK waterblock for the watercooling enthusiasts. This thing sure weighs a ton and expect availability in early May. Pricing and specs are not finalized at this point of time. Next, we
PowerColor, a well known manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, has announced a dual setting design in its newest HD6950 design — the PowerColor PCS++ HD6950. This card features a dual BIOS setting, allowing a factory overclock of up to 880MHz on the core speed and 1250MHz on the memory speed, and more importantly, it will allow unlocking
Taipei, Taiwan –December 27, 2010 — TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, today announces its own design HD6900 series solution. Featuring all the latest technology, the PowerColor HD6900 series includes the HD6970 and HD6950. The HD6970 clocks at 880MHz core speed and 1375MHz memory speed, easily accelerating your PC with up
A forum poster at Hardware Luxx has posted the first high resolution pictures of the production reference design of AMD Radeon HD 6970. Specifically, it is a Powercolor HD 6970. At first glance, the card looks identical to the leaked pictures from November. The HD 6970 card is 27.5″ long, or nearly 10.8″, or the
TUL Corporation has announced a DVI adaptor to utilize AMD’s Eyefinity technology through mini DisplayPort outputs. The PowerColor Active Mini DisplayPort to Single-Link DVI-D adaptor allows multiple displays through DVI monitors, which allows for an ultra-wide field of view in games, in the most affordable way.
Since 6 displays just isn’t enough, PowerColor is busy preparing their Eyefinity 12 card, as we have known for a while. Surprisingly, the Eyefinity 12 seems to be based around the reference HD 5970 design, sporting the same cooler (at least from the outside), with an extra attachment taking up an extra third slot sporting
TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, today introduces the first and only graphics solution on the planet: the HD5770 Eyefinity 5. The HD5770 Eyefinity 5 features multi-display eyefinity technology, enables up to 5 monitors to be operated from one card through its five mini displayport onboard design. Gamers can easily make use
EK waterblock for the Powercolor Radeon HD5870 TUL Corporation, owner of Powercolor and leading supplier for ATI based graphics cards, is partnering with EK to provide a Liquid Cooling Solution (LCS) for the Radeon HD5870. For those who do not know, EK is an award-winning liquid cooling solution provider based in Slovenia and we had
TUL adds an upgrade to the HD4770 series, the custom cooled PCS HD4770. The card clocks in with a 750MHz core speed and 800MHz of memory speed cooled by ARTIC COOLING. The PowerColor PCS HD4770 will retail for US$109 and will be available on August, 10th.
The situation right now seems a little unfavorable for AMD as the Radeon HD 4770 stocks ran dry the moment the cards hit the market. Switching over to Radeon HD 4850 and HD 4830 might help a little but it seems HD 4830 stocks are running dry too. Read on to find out more about this card.