AMD quietly introduced the Radeon R7 350 2GB, a new video card aimed at the Asian Pacific market. It is a low-end video card with a $89.99 price tag, it features the Cape Verde XTL (or Pro) core with 1000Mz clockspeed, a 128-bit memory bus and 2GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 4000MHz. It has a 55W TDP.
The most surprising thing about this card is that while most models are based on the Cape Verde XTL graphics core, a few models are actually based on the cut-down Pro core which was found on the Radeon HD 7750 card. So specifically, we are looking at a few models retaining the specifications of the Radeon HD 7750 while the rest are full HD 7770 variants with better optimizations to the core.