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Origin PC offers Radeon HD 7990 GPU for gaming enthusiast systems

updated 09:05 am EDT, Wed April 24, 2013

New 8.2 teraflop GPU supports six displays, SLI

Origin PC has announced the launch of the new AMD Radeon HD 7990 dual GPU graphics card for its line of enthusiast hardware. Powered by AMD's Graphics Core Next Architecture, the AMD Radeon HD 7990 features an astounding 8.6 billion transistors, 4,096 stream processors, 6GB DDR5 memory and up to 8.2 teraflops of computing power.

With support for Ultra HD 4k gaming, six displays per card and record-breaking benchmark performance, AMD says the Radeon HD 7990 provides "the best gaming experience to date that can now be enjoyed on all Origin desktop systems." Origin PC is also offering AMD's brand new gaming bundle that features eight of the most popular AAA titles with the purchase of a single AMD Radeon HD 7990 graphics card.

The AMD Radeon HD 7990 features card overclocking performed by the Origin PC technicians, AMD Crossfire integration with support for up to four cards per system, and triple axial fans with a full-card sized heat sink for heat dispersal.

The AMD Radeon HD 7990 is available now on all Genesis full-tower desktops, Millennium mid-tower desktops, and Chronos small-form-factor desktop systems. Pricing varies by bundle and base system installation.




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