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MSI shows off its Radeon R9 290X

Posted on Thursday, October 24 2013 @ 11:38:42 CEST by


Here's the Radeon R9 290X from MSI. It has a 850MHz GPU, 1000MHz boost clock, and 4GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 5000MHz. Like all other cards that will be revealed today, this is a reference-based model. Custom versions aren't expected in the short-term.
MSI is pleased to announce that the new AMD R9 290X 4GD5 is available now for gamers to enjtake their gameplay to the next level. Built on the refined Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architeture, featuring more advanced PowerTune power management, improved display connection flexibility and most importantly enthusiast-level gaming performance. Additionally, the new AMD R9 290X supports the latest industry standards such as Windows 8.1, DirectX11.2, OpenGL 4.3, OpenCL 1.2 and the new Mantle interface which leverages the next-gen console technology and Radeon Graphics. UltraHD or "4K" (4Kx2K resolution) is also supported over both DisplayPort and HDMI and supports up to six independent concurrent displays. the new Hawaii XT GPU powering the R9 290X runs at speeds up to 1 GHz and is packed with 4 GB of high speed GDDR5 to power your games running at the highest resolutions and with maximum detail settings. AMD's PowerTune technology controls Thermals, Power and Performance to maximize performance and minimize power consumption.

Battlefield 4 Bundle
Battlefield is one of the biggest gaming franchises in history and Battlefield 4 is the thirteenth installment in the Battlefield series and the first game that is developed on the new Frostbite 3 engine. Frostbite 3 sets a new bar for PC Gaming visuals and will dazzle PC Gamers with some of the best visual effects seen to date. Battlefield 4 shines on the new R9 290X 4GD5.
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