VTX3D Radeon HD 7870 X-Edition - 2 GB GDDR5 - PCI-Express 3.0 (VX7870 2GBD5-2DHX)
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La tarjeta gráfica Radeon HD 7870 X-Edition de VTX3D es ideal para los jugadores apasionados y para los usuarios de PC más versados. Ésta disfruta de las tecnologías de aceleración visual AMD EyeSpeed y AMD HD3D. Jugar se vuelve una experiencia inolvidable con los títulos de juegos más recientes. Esta tarjeta Radeon HD 7870 X-Edition está diseñada para los juegos de la gama alta para una experiencia en alta definición o HD sin compromiso. Con el soporte de DirectX 11, disfrutarás de una tasa de enfriamiento inigualada y de un número de imágenes por segundo imbatible. ¡Prepárate para eliminar a todos tus contrincantes!La tarjeta gráfica Radeon HD 7870 X-Edition también es perfecta para la reproducción y el montaje de videos HD.
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Pros- Runs at 50C all the time when gaming and idles at 34C.
It is incredibly stable; only issues I have with games crashing is always the games fault, *cough* FFXIV, and Skyrim mainly because I run over 130 mods on that game other than that I never run into any issues at all with stability.
It's max resolution is 4096 x 2160 which is impressive for a card that old, in comparison the XFX AMD Radeon HD 7870 can only run 2560 x 1600
It can support directX 12, I would double check what version though to make sure
It has an HDMI port that supports 3D and I run a monitor at 144 hz
AMD Streaming Tech, which means it uses more of its graphics power (if you choose, look into it yourself for farther understanding)
Cons- absolutely none great product
Have screen shots of modded Skyrim, Dragon Age, Valley, and Witcher 2
Just a note, this requires 2 PCI-Express 6-pin connections from a 500W+ power supply. You can use a y-adapter if yours meets this requirement.
update: Installed the Radeon 'fglrx' drivers and now it works like it's supposed to. Look into your distro website for instructions. AMD does it slightly different from mine. Very simple, I can't believe I didn't do it sooner. Great little card, but maybe slightly under powered for gaming at 1440p.
If you find the 79XX series a little overpriced, you ca stick with this now prob, just make sure your MoBo supports PCI-E 3.0
After having issues with nvidia in the past I decided to give a try with ATI (now AMD since the Radeon 6 series).
Oh boy I was not disappointed, this baby can play any game at high/ultra settings Full HD and get 60+ FPS. I initially had issues on some of my older games and emulators (dreamcast and wii) but later drivers fixed this.
I had a few system freezes but mostly due bad cooling and older bios from my Asus sabertooh 990FX. Once I updated my MOBO I never had issues since.
I mostly play action and fps and the card handle any game I throw it with no sweat. The only game i think it struggle with was Crysis 3 so far (had to lower the antialias). I was able to play Deus Ex in 3D on my 55" LG infinia (make sure you adjust the refresh rate) and the catalyst software allows you to adjust any aspect of the Monitor/TV with ease (at least for the tech savi).
Currently I play BF3 at ultra settings (mostly 32 and 64 player maps)and so far so good, cant wait for BF4 to come out, I think by then I might get a newer card (Radeon HD9 series?)
As far the card goes I have to admit this is the quietest I ever purchased, although you will need a side fan to keep this baby cool if you plan to OC (though this will add noise considerably)
In terms of size this one is quite big as it takes 2 full slots and is long enough to almost reach the HDD's (I'm using a mid atx case)
Make note that this card will take 2 PCI-E power cables, the box come with adapters so you can use your 12v cables (make sure you have the proper power supply for this card)
Overall I give this card a 5 star rating given that It allows me to play games at great performance.
Can Play most games 60+ FPS at max Settings
Nice and quieter cooling system
Box comes with essential adapters ( Crossfire, DVI to VGA, 12v power to PCI-e, etc.)
Size takes 2 slots (if using mid ATX case this takes considerable space, otherwise do not consider this a con)
Requires 2 PCI-E power cables, a proper power supply is needed for those using budget PC builds (now almost any high end card now do)
Hope this helped
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