Radeon HD 7790
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Radeon HD 7790 Review
Radeon HD 7790 is a fast-middle-class/performance graphics card based on the 28nm, GCN architecture.
It's based on the Bonaire XT Core and therefore offer 896 Shader Processing Units, 56 TMUs and 16 ROPs on a 128-bit memory interface of fast GDDR5. The central unit runs at 1000MHz and the memory clock will operate at up to 1500MHz. It consumes up to 85 Watt.
This Graphics Card is added one year after the Radeon HD 7000 Series to compete against NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 650 Ti and benchmarks indicate its performance is between 3 and 7% better. However, NVIDIA is also set to release a new graphics card called GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost Edition which is expected to be up to 10% better than GeForce GTX 650 Ti and so it will outperform this card.
With the release price of 150 USD, AMD's Radeon HD 7770 might become obsolete. This Graphics Card needs to be paired with a strong Dual Core CPU.
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1000 MHz
GCN 1.0 Bonaire XT
1024 MB
1500 MHz
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96GB/sec
512KB
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56 GTexel/s
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Huntaker
10:16 May-31-2014
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Is this graphics card compatible with my computer?

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LosPollosHermanos
10:30 May-31-2014
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Well you will not have a problem with your cpu. But I will need your psu. I would suggest a 500W+.

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gbgejmer
17:17 May-22-2014
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can i put it and i will put 4 gb on my 4 gb ram and i will hvae 8 gb ram? is it enaugh for 2-3 years to play modern games on medium or high

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LosPollosHermanos
22:27 May-26-2014
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I would say low-medium for 2-3 years but I can play medium-high settings for new games that came out 2013-2014.

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azeemultra007
14:45 May-11-2014
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Which gpu is better? Mine or this?

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LosPollosHermanos
11:39 May-31-2014
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I would say this just because it's newer so the tech is more advanced. But if I'm wrong feel free to correct me.

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peludox
23:18 Apr-11-2014
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Guys, please. this gpu on my rig? bottleneck?

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mrknopfler97
14:18 Apr-14-2014
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You can put it, it fts just pefect. Don't worry ;)

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MrManlyHeartGuy
15:55 Mar-02-2014
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will this fit in my rig?

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mrknopfler97
21:03 Mar-31-2014
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I don't think so. You know, it wil increase the perfomance, but not a lot… Because, the onboard gpu of your CPU is a good one (for been onboard) and you won't notice a great difeference, you would even go better making an Hybrid Crossfire

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mrknopfler97
21:04 Mar-31-2014
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(especial feature of the APU family) with a 6670. It's cheaper and in my opinion it would work better.
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Xicer99
18:09 Feb-16-2014
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Will my CPU bottleneck the HD7790?

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jklisr
18:39 Feb-17-2014
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no, it is just fine.

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Xicer99
19:41 Feb-17-2014
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Thanks a lot! :)

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moinur
04:45 Jan-03-2014
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is corsair 450vs psu enough for this + fx 4300?

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moonhands
16:45 Jan-16-2014
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yes

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pyle1337
19:41 Jan-01-2014
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i am thinking to get myself rig that you see on my profile so i wonder will AMD Athlon II x4 760K Black Edition bottleneck this card?

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jale123
07:19 Dec-26-2013
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Would a Corsair CX 430 be enough for this card???

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twannie1997
12:41 Dec-26-2013
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No. You need atleast an 500W PSU, to minimize issues with your PC. 450W will probably work though.

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ahmed1990
17:56 Dec-22-2013
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Im buying this one, i wonder if my cpu will bottleneck this one or not?

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twannie1997
21:49 Dec-23-2013
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There will be no bottlenecks. Very good choice.

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