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    Default Introducing the AMD Radeon™ HD 7790

    The AMD Radeon™ HD 7000 Series has proven a tremendously successful and popular product with millions of gamers across the globe. Today we are proud to announce a new member to that family, which we tirelessly crafted to provide an unbeatable value for gamers upgrading to play the latest titles at 1080p: the AMD Radeon™ HD 7790 graphics processor.

    http://blogs.amd.com/play/2013/03/21...ect-for-1080p/

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    Default Great News

    I have a Sapphire HD 7750 & it is a great card as I am playing each & every latest game with it. Now a new entry in that series is great news.

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    ^not to flame u, but to tell the truth, 7750hd is not a great card not even in between good&bad.
    Yea, even if u consider the price/performance ratio, it is not good.

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    Lol its strange to say when users say that he is pleased with the performance of 7750 and some random people say 7750 is not great! Care to explain what is good in your opinion in 10k without requiring a psu? And any chinese psu ok take this at least 80% chinese psu can handle 45w 7750.

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    ^why are u defending 7750hd?
    About psu, i explained before. Not only for >70w gpu but also for safety of your pc, a branded psu is a must, specially when , u are a gamer.
    And 7750hd is about 18-20% slower than 7770hd at playable resolutions (1200x1024,1300x768).


    Price difference is not that much to ignore this extra performance.
    About the users satisfaction, most of general people does not even take a look to their game graphics settings, allowing the game to set 'low' as a recommended automatically without knowing it.
    So they get a placebo type feeling of 'running all modern game at ease- even !crysis3!'.
    Last edited by Mohiuddin; March 22nd, 2013 at 19:33.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    ^why are u defending 7750hd?
    About psu, i explained before. Not only for >70w gpu but also for safety of your pc, a branded psu is a must, specially when , u are a gamer.
    And 7750hd is about 18-20% slower than 7770hd at playable resolutions (1200x1024,1300x768).


    Price difference is not that much to ignore this extra performance.
    About the users satisfaction, most of general people does not even take a look to their game graphics settings, allowing the game to set 'low' as a recommended automatically without knowing it.
    So they get a placebo type feeling of 'running all modern game at ease- even !crysis3!'.
    just tell me what gpu will you prefare when your budget is tight at 10k and cant increase enough to any single penny for extra anything? and dont say people cant relay on Chinese psu's at least 80% of pc users in bangladesh use Chinese psu's and those are also serve them properly and in those sense 7750 is well enough and why comparing with any gpu or any benchmark here? well you even saw that the fps difference is here only 1-4 so where did you see 7750 is worse one? i am not interested to fight against your opinion but when it comes to the point answer comparing the budget scenario , 7750 is a great gpu , i agree 7770 can give you 3-4 fps more but also cost you at least 3k or 4k for the psu and for any budget people sometimes its unbearable to extend that budget and then 7750 will do at least the same work that 7770 can do

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    ^ok , valid point. But , i still think branded psu is a must. It is more applicable to tight budget gamers, as, if their pc burns,they cannot afford another pc. So, keeping their pc safe would be their first priority.
    And '80% bangladeshi gamers play on chinese psu crap' doesnot change the fact that their pc is totally vulnerable to our awesome electricity condition.
    And about fps, 90to94 would not give u any difference. But, from 22to26 will definitely show u some noticable increase in smoothness.
    Whatever, i think most people would accept ur logic , and that what matters most here.
    But, their would still be a 'but' from me, and that is, 'u wanna save ur pc, kick chinese psu crap out off ur pc and buy a branded psu.'

    above all, want to stop this cheap argument now.

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    They should've released a HD 7890 as well to bridge the gap between a 7870 & a 7950. Read some articles too about a 7890 codenamed Tahiti-LE hitting in November last year. But nothing as of yet.

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    AMD aint got time fo 7890

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    BD te kobe pawa jabe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    BD te kobe pawa jabe?
    keo bolte pare nah.
    Moger mulluk ei desh, dokandar jodi mone kore eta anle bebshar garo shobuj bati jolar shomuho shomvabona biddoman, taile drutoi anbe asha kora jai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrapmeth View Post
    They should've released a HD 7890 as well to bridge the gap between a 7870 & a 7950. Read some articles too about a 7890 codenamed Tahiti-LE hitting in November last year. But nothing as of yet.
    no, they should have released the 7790hd, and they just did.
    See the performance or price difference between 7770hd and 7850hd.

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    are there any benchmarks of 7790 against 6850/6870 ?

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    7790 will surly better than 6850, and will same or little better than 6870. Benchmark ashle aro valo boja jabe.

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    7790.....the last card on the AMD 7xxx series??Next 8xxx??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrapmeth View Post
    They should've released a HD 7890 as well to bridge the gap between a 7870 & a 7950. Read some articles too about a 7890 codenamed Tahiti-LE hitting in November last year. But nothing as of yet.
    Tahiti-LE already exists and is being sold in the market, they released it in early February in fact with a name which is just sad. Guess what it is

    7870

    Sad. Of all the number, they had to choose a one that already exists.

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    BD teh ki onek time lagbe aaste ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    ^not to flame u, but to tell the truth, 7750hd is not a great card not even in between good&bad.
    Yea, even if u consider the price/performance ratio, it is not good.
    its just that its not a good card for enthusiast gamers, but for budget gamers like us, its a really good card no doubt.... by budget gamers I mean those of us who don't mind playing in 1366x768 native resolution, with shadows and AA turned off with medium-high to medium settings.... not to mention we also get away owing cheap psu...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghz View Post
    BD teh ki onek time lagbe aaste ?
    its expected release in US is the first week of april..... so hopefully we can have it by next month maybe? waiting for this one eagerly.....

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    WILL a Gigabyte 350w or a TT lite 430W be enough for this one....? gonna get psu but budget is a bit steep for the time being....

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