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MSI Radeon HD 7990 card revealed

Posted on Wednesday, April 24 2013 @ 09:30:01 CEST by

MSI shows off its Radeon HD 7990. The card features two GPUs with 2048 cores, a 950MHz core clock, 1000MHz boost clock and 6GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 6GHz.
Leading international graphics card maker MSI has always been a key player in the competitive graphics card market. Thanks to its strong R&D capabilities and outstanding product performance, MSI's products have always received high acclaim by the media and consumers throughout the world. On the heels of having just announced the release of the HD 7790 graphics card, MSI today launched the Radeon HD 7990, the most powerful graphics card on the planet. In addition to utilizing two of the latest 28 nm 7900 series GPUs based on the GCN architecture, the new card also comes equipped with 6GB of high-speed memory. The card's extreme specifications are guaranteed to meet the needs of extreme gamers and power users everywhere! MSI's popular Afterburner utility also fully supports the new HD 7990 with GPU Overvoltage. Apart from adjusting the core frequency and voltage as well as monitoring the graphics card's voltage, temperature, and memory utilization, Afterburner can also be used with MSI's powerful Kombustor benchmarking utility to easily test overclocking stability. AMD's exclusive Eyefinity 2.0 technology supports multiple display outputs to offer players a more immersive gaming experience. Support for the latest DirectX 11.1 next-generation rendering standard means the new graphics card delivers both ultimate performance and a wide range of powerful functions.
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