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AMD Partners Release Radeon R9 390 4GB Variant

AMD is expanding its Radeon mid-range graphics cards by releasing a 4GB variation of the Radeon R9 390 through its AIB partners Sapphire, XFX, and PowerColor (via Chinese sites EXPreview and JD.com). The company hopes that…

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AMD Radeon R9 380X Release Date and Price Revealed?

Just last month, we heard that the AMD R9 380X was on its way, as a cards specifications, as well as a picture of the card from XFX leaked online. The new AMD card, although admittedly…

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PowerColor R9 390 PCS+ 8GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction We have all had mixed opinions on the R9 300 series upon release, the rebranded nature of the 200 series was seen as the fall of AMD and short-changing consumers. However, while they are in…

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PowerColor and XFX Prep AMD R9 Fury GPUs

Over the next few weeks, both PowerColor and XFX are expected to launch their own R9 Fury GPUs. Based off AMD’s cutdown Fiji die, the Fury initially only launched with cards from ASUS and Sapphire. With…

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PowerColor ‘DEVIL’ R9 390X 8GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction and Packaging The launch of the R9 300 series has been a very bumpy road. Not only was it released as a rebranded R9 200 series, it was then nailed by AMD itself by releasing the…

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PowerColor Devil 370X Benchmarks Leaked

AMD’s budget-focused 370X is designed to compete with the GTX 950 and could instigate a price war in the lower-end market. The 370X features 1280 stream processors and utilizes the entire Pitcairn architecture. Finally, the raw performance…

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PowerColor Unveils AMD Radeon R9 Fury

PowerColour is the latest board partner to announce a custom designed AMD Radeon R9 Fury which opts for a triple fan design, and reference PCB. The PowerColour variant contains a Core Speed of 1000MHz, Memory Speed of…

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PowerColor Showcase New Sound Cards @ Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – For a few weeks, PowerColour has been flashing a smaller card installed into a few computer builds; with only teasers of what it could possibly be. Rumours and speculation circulated this, but we can…

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PowerColor Showcase Updated Fan Design @ Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – While at the PowerColor booth, we noticed something a little different about the fans that are used on the current line-up of graphics cards. The new ‘DoubleBlades’ design is the same as a standard…

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PowerColor Display Latest Graphics Cards @ Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – We stopped by the PowerColor stand to try and catch a glimpse of the upcoming R9 390x graphics card; sadly they either removed it from view or someone has leaked the wrong information. To…

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PowerColor Clarifies Details on AMD 390X Photos at Computex

Computex 2015 – As we are live at Computex, we wanted to find out of the leaked photos actually were of the upcoming AMD Radeon R9 390X or not. So we caught up with PowerColor and…

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PowerColor Showcase FreeSync @ Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – during our stop at the PowerColour booth, we noticed a computer in the background displaying AMD FreeSync Technology. This is still relatively new and the adoption rate by monitor manufacturers is surprising low. The…

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PowerColor Radeon R9 390X DEVIL 13 Pictured

Computex is going on and hardware manufacturers are busy showing off their newest products from all categories surrounding our PCs, and sometimes something gets released a little too early. This time we get pictures of what very well could be…

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PowerColor Announce a ‘High-End’ Graphics Card Competition

The release of the highly anticipated R9 300 series is so close it’s almost unbearable to think of; yet one company have jumped the gun and have announced a competition for one of the newest, high-end not yet…

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PowerColor Release PCS+ 290X 8GB Graphics Card

The current hot topic is certainly 8GB graphics cards, with more and more manufacturers hitting the market with revised graphics cards. The most recent addition to the party is the PowerColor PCS+ R9 290X, which now…

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Powercolor’s R9 285 TurboDuo “Tonga Pro” Graphics Card Is Revealed

AMD’s Tonga Pro R9 285 is just around the corner, September 2nd to be exact, and so far we’ve seen a compact mini-ITX version from Sapphire as well as a STRIX version from ASUS. Now it is…

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PC Specialist Vanquish 270X System Review

Introduction Intel’s Pentium G3258 Anniversary Edition CPU release has been very exciting for the PC market, the main reason is that you can now get high-end desktop performance for the price of an entry level system.…

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Powercolour Devil13 Graphics Card at Computex 2014

Computex 2014: Powercolor pulled out the big guns at Computex, with their Devil 13 Dual Core R9 290X 8GB GDDR5 graphics card. This thing is an absolute monster, easily one of the biggest GPUs ever created and…

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Powercolor Planning 8GB “Dual Core” R9 290X Devil 13 Graphics Card

Powercolor have recently made it known they are working on their own dual GPU R9 290X graphics card. From what we can see Powercolor are choosing to opt for the “Dual Core R9 290X” moniker instead…

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Powercolor AMD Radeon R7 250X 1GB GDDR5 Graphics Card Review

Introduction, Specifications and Packaging While Nvidia’s GTX Titan Z and AMD’s R9 295 X2 graphics cards may be stealing all the headlines, the real battle between Nvidia and AMD is occurring at those lower end price…

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Powercolor R9 290X PCS+ 4GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction The rationale for owning a graphics card like the R9 290X is that it is an absolute price to performance champion for driving high resolution and multi-monitor gaming: it offers smooth gameplay experiences on Eyefinity…

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Passive Cooled Powercolor R9 270 Launched

Powercolour have rolled out their latest R9 270 graphics card, which features a completely passive cooler design. Now of course this may not be the most powerful graphics card on the market, but the temptation of…

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Powercolor R9 280X TurboDuo 3GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction We seem to have been inundated with AMD graphics card of late and the trend isn’t stopping today as we have another AMD graphics card in the office. Today we have a rather swanky looking…

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Powercolor R9 270X PCS+ 2GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction AMD graphics card partners seem to be churning out R9 270(X) GPUs like there’s no tomorrow and today we’ve got another one to put onto the test bench. Powercolor are the provider this time and…

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Radeon R9 290 OC Announced By PowerColor

TUL Corporation (Technology Unlimited) announced another PowerColor choice of the R9 series for hardcore gamers, the PowerColor R9 290 OC. Based on the brand new “Hawaii” GPU, the R9 290 offers gamers latest DirectX 11.2 support,…

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Powercolor Reveal New Double Blade Fan Design For Future Cooling Solutions

TUL Corporation, who manufacture AMD graphics cards under quite a few brand names (the two biggest are Powercolor and VTX3D) have announced a new double bladed fan design for its future cooling solutions. This new patented…

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PowerColor Radeon HD 7730 1GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction We’ve been tracking AMD’s HD 7730 for quite some time and now it is finally upon us. AMD’s HD 7730 GPU is a cut-down version of the HD 7750 GPU and it uses a special…