New AMD video card manufacturing partner XFX has just launched a new series of graphic cards officially called XFX “One Edition.”
Although the company’s motto is “play hard,” these cards are likely not targeting the hardcore gamers.
There are three members in the new series and the company actually says that each card targets a certain group of users.
The motto of the new series is “One Graphics Card To Do Everything,” but the reality is that XFX has three different cards in the “One Edition” series.
First of the three members is officially denominated as XFX One Edition – GAMING EDITION 1GB DDR5 and comes with HDMI, DVI and VGA connectors. The model name likely is ON-XFX1-GAMC.
This card features a simple cooling system but, unfortunately, it occupies two adjacent slots.
The GPU is AMD’s Radeon HD 7750
featuring 512 Stream processing units. The default clock is 800 Mhz and the memory is set at the reference 4500 MHz effective frequency.
Our favorite of the new series is the XFX One R-Series – MULTIMEDIA STUDIO EDITION 2GB DDR3 fanless video card.
This one comes fitted with HDMI, DVI and VGA connectors and the model name is likely ON-XFX1-MMAC.
We’re glad to see 2GB of video memory on the new card, but we must caution fanless fans that this is DDR3 memory.
Although XFX doesn’t say what GPU sits underneath that big heatsink, the DDR3 memory makes us suspect a “Turks Pro” GPU like a normal Radeon HD 7570 video card or a HD 6570 from last year.
The last one on the list is another fanless design called XFX One R-Series – OFFICE & INTERNET EDITION 1GB DDR3 that has the same HDMI, DVI and VGA connectors on the I/O shield and the model is ON-XFX1-OPIC.
This one is a very modest video card
and there is a number of GPUs that might sit under the small heatsink, but the manufacturer doesn’t specify anything on its official product page.