The card has an in-house PCB and, obviously, the Dual-X coolerThe image gallery below made it out thanks to SweClockers. Rumors about the AMD Radeon HD 7790 have been going around for weeks, but only now do we have something concrete to look at.
The photos show pretty much every relevant physical asset, while the GPU-Z screenshot exposes the specifications.
Thus, we can tell that the Sapphire Radeon HD 7790 Dual-X has a clock of 1075 MHz for the GPU, 1600 MHz for the memory.
It is also plain to see that the chips are cooled by an aluminum heatsink and two 80 mm fans.
The board also has a 6-pin PCI Express power port, two DVI connectors, HDMI, and DisplayPort, all on a PCB of 215 mm / 8.46 inches.
Sadly, we don’t know the stream processor count, TMU/ROP number and memory bus width. On the bright side, we do have some benchmark results for the “Bonaire” in the gallery below.