PowerColor 7790 TurboDuo OC review -
Okay, pictures first. On this page you can see the PowerColor TurboDuo OC graphics card, a graphics card with 1GB graphics memory.
Included with all cards will be a manual, a demo and driver CD and power converters. We like the dark/red looking card from PowerColor. The 2 billion-transistor 28nm Bonaire based core is tied to 1GB memory. It's 128-bit gDDR5 clocked at 6.4 Gbps though, so that's quite a bit of bandwidth for a product in this category.
This card is clocked at a 1075 MHz core frequency and the gDDR5 memory runs at 6.0 Gbps (effective data rate as gDDR5 has a quad data-rate). You can already spot the big dual-slot cooler, it certainly keeps the card at excellent temperatures versus very low noise levels.
Here we can see the backside, the cards will fit pretty much any chassis. It's a custom design PCB with a dark color scheme. The card is not long. As a result you will need 21~22CM of free space, that's almost nine inches.
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