Asus Adds Affordable Radeon R7 360 Video Card to Its Inventory

Asus has enriched its lineup of graphics adapters with a budget-oriented model – the Radeon R7 360 (codename: R7360-2DG5-V2). The greenhorn is based on AMD Tobago Pro GPU (28 nm), featuring 768 stream processors, 16 ROPs & 48 TMUs. The core operates at etalon 1050 MHz frequency. It is accompanied by 2 GB of GDDR5 memory (128-bit interface) which runs at 1500/6000 MHz frequency (base/efficient).

Asus Radeon R7 360 differs from the competitors’ solutions by an entirely automatic manufacturing process: Asus Auto-Extreme Technology. The card employs Super Alloy Power hardware base as well as a signature cooler. The latter consists of an aluminum heatsink & a pair of fans.

The I/O panel accommodates four video ports: HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-I & DVI-D. Power is supplied via a single 6-pin connector. It should be mentioned that all customers are free to enable invite code to World of Warships giveaway program (till the 30th of January, 2017).

HIS Offers an Overclocked R9 280 IceQ X2 OC Graphics Card

HIS is projecting to gladden all fans of highly efficient graphics cards with an indigenous design by introducing R9 280 IceQ X2 OC adapter. The new-comer differentiates itself primarily by a gold-shining coating and a factory overclocking. It is based on R9 280 Tahiti Pro GPU with dynamically heightened clock frequencies: 847 MHz/953 MHz (nominal/dynamic) against 827 MHz/933 MHz found in an etalon adapter from AMD.

HIS R9 280 IceQ X2 OC boasts 3 GB of GDDR5 video memory with 384-bit interface. It runs at the nominal 1250 MHz frequency, speeding up to an efficient index of 5.0 GHz frequency. Memory bandwidth makes up 240 Gb/sec. The integrated GPU features 1792 stream processors, 112 TMUs and 32 ROPs.

The card accommodates a couple of mini-DisplayPort video ports, as well as one HDMI and one DVI-I ports. This facilitates for the creation of multi-screen configurations. With the purpose to ensure the best image quality when working with exacting applications, the …

EKWB Launches a New Water Block for GV-N680SO-2GD

Early August of 2012 was marked for Gigabyte by the release of its one more graphics card, codenamed GeForce GTX 680 SOC (GV-N680SO-2GD). This card can boast the availability of high factory frequencies and quite mighty cooling system. The nominal frequencies have been heightened to 1137MHz, 1202MHz, and 6200MHz for memory. Such outstanding characteristics required the integration of a high-quality and high-performance cooling system which consisted of five(!) fans. This made the card rather voluminous, cumbersome and noisy. That was when EKWB decided to design a dedicated water block to be employed with this remarkable graphics adapter.

Water block EK-FC 680 GTX SOC is housed on a copper base, good-quality acetal cover, and rubber shims as a compressor. The model is delivered with pre-installed fixing stands to facilitate the installation. It should be noted that this water block entirely covers the frontal part of the graphics card, along with the adjacent RAM modules and …
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