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Posted by on Aug 2, 2012 in Hardware News |

Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 debuts a five fans

Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 debuts a five fans

In search of fresh air to give competition video card, has just released its new model Radeon GV-R797SO-3GD, which seeks to deliver a fine product for the demanding enthusiast users.

Herein is the Tahiti XT GPU, which is said to have “been chosen with forceps” suffered factory overclock to reach 1080MHz from 925MHz of reference given by AMD, keeping 3GB GDDR5 memory running at an effective rate of 5.5GHz and a 384-bit interface.

But more interesting than this, or high-quality materials that Gigabyte claims to use in each of the components of the PCB, highlights the cooling system of the new series called Super Overclock of the company, plus a large sink, including no less than five ventilators located in the side of the card, which is said to move the air more efficiently than conventional methods.

The model is now available for sale for $500, a label that corresponds after the release of the AMD Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition , which has a GPU running by default 1050MHz, having custom models reaching 1200MHz, leaving enough behind this 7970 HD regular.

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Link: Gigabyte Officially Launches the Radeon HD 7970 Super Overclock Edition Graphics Card (WCCF Tech)

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