Unlike ASUS, it did not overclock the graphics processor or memoryVTX3D, much like ASUS, has prepared its own Radeon HD 7700 series graphics adapters, though it does not seem to have taken as many liberties as its peers.
For those who haven't learned yet, Advanced Micro Devices has officially launched its two cards powered by the Cape Verde graphics processing unit (GPU).
Those boards, the Radeon HD 7770 and HD 7750, bring the GCN architecture to the mainstream.
“We were first to 40nm, first to 28nm and now we offer the world’s first GPU at 1GHz; this is a milestone for the graphics industry,” said Matt Skynner, corporate vice president and general manager, GPU Division, AMD.
“AMD continues to deliver superior performance, rich features and world-class power efficiency – we never stop innovating.”
VTX3D, being one of the Sunnyvale, California-based company's partners, is ready to offer its own boards.
Unlike ASUS, however, it chose not to go beyond the standard feature set in any way.
That means that its graphics adapters are mostly identical to the original units, both in design and in performance.
The VTX3D HD7770 GHz Edition features the Cape Verde GPU clocked at 1GHz, while the 1 GB of GDDR5 VRAM works at 1,125 MHz (4.5 GHz data rate).
Meanwhile, the VTX3D HD 7750 has a GPU frequency of 800 MHz and the same memory specs as above.
Both models support advanced DirectX 11.1 graphics and the AMD App Acceleration technology, plus Eyefinity (multi-display scenarios) and, of course, the CrossFire technology.
It is unknown if VTX3D will, at any point down the line, unveil versions of these video adapters with different PCBs and/or coolers.
At any rate, these two should soon show up for sale, if they haven't already been listen online, at the price of $159/ 120.71 Euro for the HD 7770 and $109 / 83 EUR for the 7750.