Solid 1080p performance.
Good power draw figures.
FleX enables multiGPU.
GTX 650 Ti does not.
Sapphire card is very quiet.
Overclocked out of the box.
Very quiet in idle.
Excellent overclocking potential.
Bioshock Infinite game coupon included.
Low power consumption.
Comes with VRM heatsink.
HDMI cable included.
Native fullsize HDMI and DisplayPort
Radeon HD 7850 can be much faster.
Could be quieter under load.
No voltage control.
CCC Overdrive limits too low.
By TechRadar on October 18, 2013
There's significantly more to the Sapphire HD 7790 Dual-X OC board than meets the eye. You might be expecting something similar to the 7770, with the clocks cranked up a bit. And you'd be only partially right. A standard AMD Radeon HD 7790 has...60
By LanOC Reviews on September 24, 2013
With every manufacture making multiple versions of the HD 7790, it's hard for any one card to stand out. After spending time with the Sapphire HD 7790 Dual-X I feel that Sapphire has a card that will do the job just fine but doesn't really stand...-
By X-bit Labs on August 16, 2013
We’ve tested five Radeon HD 7790 models today and find it hard to name an overall winner among them. The ASUS version is the quietest. The MSI has the most efficient cooler, overclocks well and is compact. The Gigabyte has 2 GB of graphics memory,...-
By Real World Labs on June 10, 2013
When buy a budget product there are always compromises made to keep the price down and in the case of the Radeon HD 7790 the compromise is the 1GB frame buffer. The amount of memory included on the graphics card limits the performance in more...-
By TechRadar on June 01, 2013
We're straying into the faintly awkward territory of frame buffer capacity here. How much video memory do you actually need, and how little can you really expect to get away with on a fairly entry-level graphics card these days? These are the thorny...50
By InsideHW on May 20, 2013
Sapphire Radeon HD 7790 Dual-X: Offspring The latest GPU that AMD made was in March of last year. Since then, Southern Islands series consisted of three models, off of which a great many number of Radeon models were based. Still, some changes had to...-
By Kitguru.net on May 03, 2013
The graphics card landscape is constantly changing as AMD and Nvidia battle for increased market share. While the hot, steamy action always happens in the high end, the majority of sales for both companies are in the less exciting budget...80
By Expert Reviews on April 02, 2013
A good mid-range card for 1080p gaming, it plays the latest games in high detail settings at smooth frame rates...100
By PC Gamer on March 27, 2013
A weak GPU for the same price as a quality one that’s set to disappear. Naughty...63
By HEXUS.net on March 22, 2013
AMD's introduction of the HD 7790 is a straightforward attempt at enticing mainstream users to upgrade to Radeon graphics cards... at the direct expense of NVIDIA. This new Radeon HD 7790 slots in well between the large pricing and performance gap...70