Amd Radeon R7 and R9 GPU Prices Revealed

HardwarePal : At yesterday’s AMD GPU14 event, the company has announced its four upcoming GPU’s. The new graphic cards will be named R7 250, R7 260X, R9 270X, R9 280X and R9 290X and they will be covering different price segments.

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FRAKISTAN3720d ago

which one these is better than the titan?

africanos233720d ago

The R9-290x of what we see in the specs and preliminary benchmarks http://www.hardwarepal.com/...

Azurite3720d ago

Will be interesting to see the difference when better drivers for it has released and with games using Mantle.

Miskonius3720d ago

That Mantle thing is the even more impressive than the actual R9 290X, Cards come and go, but this Mantle is the future. Cant wait to see how it works.

BludoDaSmelly3720d ago

270 and 280 are probably the best for the money value.

Kennytaur3720d ago

Yup, the top card is usually of a significantly worse power/price ratio. Because there are those that simply must have the very best no matter the cost.

jeffgoldwin3719d ago

Imo the top card is the worse to have, not the must have. Horrendous power/price to performance ratio. No game out for 1-2 years minimum to even to see any difference. No ty.

A fool and his money are soon parted. It's why I still have a few bucks to my name.


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