Club 3D Announces Radeon HD 6790 CoolStream Edition Graphics Card
Club 3D B.V. announces the introduction of the Radeon HD 6790 CoolStream Edition video card based on the Barts SE chipset, AMD' second generation DirectX 11. The new Club 3D Radeon HD 6790 1 GB GDDR5 video card features now the AMD HD3D technology which allows you to play your favorite games in full stereo 3D with a single video card (up to 6 monitors) and enjoy with EyeSpeed technology the latest 3D Blu-ray movies.
The new card comes equipped with CoolStream Cooling Technology to run your hottest titles without compromising performance. CoolStream features high performance heatpipes and a unique fan blade design to increase performance for your gaming and multimedia experience.
Second generation Microsoft DirectX 11 support
PCI Express 2.1 x16 bus interface
AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology
AMD EyeSpeed visual acceleration
UVD 3 dedicated video playback accelerator
AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing technology
AMD HD3D technology
Blu-ray 3D support
AMD CrossfireX multi-GPU technology
Integrated HDMI 1.4a with support for stereoscopic 3D
Integrated HD audio controller· AMD PowerPlay power management technology
For more information, visit the product page.
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