AMD Radeon HD 7790
The AMD Radeon HD 7790 GPU core runs at 1GHz while its GDDR5 memory is at 1500MHz, this GPU also carries 896 SPUs, 56 TAUs and 16 ROPs. The HD 7790 operates at near silence because even under load it only draws 85 watts and as little as 3 watts at idle.
Plays most current PC games well.
Bioshock Infinite bundle.
Some newer games won't run perfect at max settings.
A little more money gets you a little more performance.
By TechSpot on March 22, 2013
With AMD working harder than ever to improve performance across their Radeon HD 7000 series, we feel the 7790 at $150 is a safe investment, though you wouldn't be doing wrong if you went with the competition either.75
By TechSpot on March 22, 2013
AMD spent the better part of 2012 releasing an entire line of 28nm GPUs, starting with the Radeon HD 7970 in January and followed by over half a dozen more cards throughout the next 8 months. Late in the year we wrapped things up with our feature...75
By uk.hardware.info on May 07, 2013
Tons of benchmarks, but the conclusion is quite clear. In Full HD resolution, for which the Radeon HD 7790 is intended, 2GB does not have any added value over 1 GB. So you're better off getting the 1 GB version and saving a little money. The Radeon...-
By DigitalVersus on March 25, 2013
The AMD Radeon HD 7790 meets its primary goal, which is simply to rival the competition. But the price will have to drop quickly. If it doesn't, the point of this card's existence will be...60
By uk.hardware.info on March 22, 2013
The Radeon HD 7790 is AMD's latest entry in the eternal battle with Nvidia. The new card has a good price point of 150 dollars or about 150 euros, and is a worthy competitor of the similarly priced GeForce GTX 650 Ti. We arrived at an average...-
By PCPer on March 22, 2013
AMD's new Radeon HD 7790 is the first Sea Islands GPU to find its way to the channel market and Bonaire proves to be very compelling product in the sub-$200 market that is usually quite crowded. Because of NVIDIA's gap in product that lies...-
By HotHardware on March 22, 2013
The new Radeon HD 7790 cards featured in this article performed right in line with our expectations. Based on its branding alone, it's obvious that the Radeon HD 7790 falls somewhere in between the Radeon HD 7770 and the Radeon HD 7850 in AMD's...-
By techPowerUp! on March 22, 2013
The most interesting feature of sub-$200 graphics cards is their ability to transform from mid-range single-card solutions into high-end dual-card ones through the use of multi-GPU technologies like AMD CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI. With dual-GPU capable...-
By Guru of 3D on March 22, 2013
But let me finish things up. The Bonaire based product seems a good fit in the lower segment of the graphics card market. We do like this product as it does offer a nice chunk of extra performance over the R7770, making the R7790 perform closer to the...-
By AnandTech on March 22, 2013
In an industry that has long grown accustomed to annual product updates, the video card industry is one where the flip of a calendar to a new year brings a lot of excitement, anticipation, speculation, and maybe even a bit of dread for consumers and...-