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The R series video card from amd
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5th Feb

MSI announced the GeForce GTX 980 Ti GAMING 6G which is a custom offer from the latest graphics card made by NVIDIA. In addition to cooling the cool and quiet Frozr V cooling system, the GTX 980 Ti GAMING 6G provides MSI Gaming Dragon LED lighting that can be controlled through the MSI Gaming app. MSI GTX 980 GAMING 6G provides three clock speed modes through MSI Gaming App with the highest clock achieved in OC Mode at 1279 MHz (boost) and 1178 MHz (base) speeds. As for the normal speed, GM200-based graphics card made by MSI is running at 1178 MHz (base) and 1279 MHz (boot) speed and 7100 Mhz memory. Available GDDR5 memory with a capacity of 6 GB that allows gamers to run games at 4K resolution. For video connectivity ports, there is one dual-link DVI-I port, one HDMI port, and three DisplayPort ports.

AMD announces Radeon R7 and R9 300 series graphics cards at E3 gaming expo. Richard Huddy, AMD's Chief Gaming Scientist, underscored the announcement by stating that the ranks of graphics cards are the basis of the line of next-generation AMD GPUs.

Here is a list of currently available specifications at the launch price:
Comparison of AMD Radeon R7 and R9 300 series GPUs Model AMD Radeon R9 390X AMD Radeon R9 390 AMD Radeon R9 380 AMD Radeon R7 370 AMD Radeon R7 360
Manufacturing Process 28 nm 28 nm 28 nm 28 nm 28 nm
Core Clock Up To 1050 MHz Up To 1000 MHz Up To 970 MHz Up To 975 MHz Up To 1050 MHz
Processor Stream 2816 2560 1792 1024 768
Memory 8 GB GDDR5 8 GB GDDR5 4GB GDDR5 2GB / 4GB GDDR5 2 GB GDDR5
Bus 512-bit 2512-bit 256-bit 256-bit 256-bit 256-bit DDR Memory Bus
Memory Bandwidth 384 GB / sec 384 GB / sec 182.4 GB / sec 179.2 GB / sec 112 GB / sec
PCI Express interface PCIe ver 3.0 x16 PCIe ver 3.0 x16 PCIe ver 3.0 x16 PCIe ver 3.0 x16 PCIe ver 3.0 x16
1 x 6-pin Molex Power Connector, 1 x 8-pin 1 x 6-pin, 1 x 8-pin 2 x 6-pin 1 x 6-pin 1 x 6-pin
AMD TrueAudio Technology Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Price US $ 429 US $ 329 US $ 199 US $ 149 US $ 109
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It is time for AMD to refresh their line of graphics cards, especially after providing breathing space for NVIDIA in the first half of 2015. New Radeon R7 and R9 300 series graphics cards are scattered at quite a wide price range. That is, the entire product line is aimed at a wider range of users with diverse needs.

Radeon R7 360 and R7 370 are targeting limited-budget gamers and only play online games in 1080p resolution. Both graphics cards also support a feature called AMD as the Frame Rate Target Control (FRTC) that allows gamers to limit frame rates in situations where high frame rate is not a priority. By lowering unneeded frame rates, AMD can save power and run cooler and quieter.

Not only that, there is also a feature of Virtual Super Resolution (VSR) which basically AMD answer to Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) made by NVIDIA. So even if you only have a 1080p resolution monitor, you can display games with higher resolution and dynamically adjusted to the monitor but with better quality and detail.

Radeon R9 380, 390, and 390X also support FRTC and VSR, but is targeted for gamers who play games at 1440p resolution and above. That is why the Radeon R9 390X and R9 390 have 8 GB GDDR5 memory and wider memory bus.

If the R9 290 sits as a pre-eminent product in the previous generation, this is not the case for the R9 390. In addition, the Radeon R9 390X is cheaper US $ 100 compared to R9 290X at launch (US $ 549). It is clear that the top position has been occupied by AMD Radeon Fury X.

Fortunately, users do not have to wait long to get this new graphics card. All Radeon R7 and R9 300 graphics cards will be available starting Thursday, June 18th. There is also support for DirectX 12 and AMD Free Sync APIs.
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