The VTX3D Radeon HD 7790 Is Relatively Tamely Overclocked

It gets just the barest clock tweak to set it apart from the fold

By on March 22nd, 2013 17:21 GMT
Yet another version of the AMD Radeon HD 7790 graphics card has been picked up by our radar, called VTX3D HD7790 X Edition.

Obviously made by VTX3D, it has just the barest factory overclocking in place, although the cooler at least looks a bit more unusual than on the XFX, Sapphire, HIS and Gigabyte cards. Mostly because the company didn't bother with a shroud.

The new video board runs the Bonaire 28nm GPU at 1030 MHz, but the 1 GB of GDDR5 VRAM is left alone at 6 GHz.

The AMD PowerTune with boost software can be used for further clock tweaking.

Everything else is as AMD intended: a 128-bit interface, two DVI ports, a DisplayPort connector, and HDMI out.

The price should be a bit above $149.99 / 149.99 Euro. Probably by just $10 / 10 Euro or so.