VTX3D VChamp HD7790 and HD7850 Review

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Today we look at two new video cards from VTX3D – the HD7790 and HD7850 VChamp Edition. The VChamp cooler is the latest from the company, incorporating a Vapor Chamber for faster heat dissipation.

Are these models worthy of being shortlisted for a new system build?

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VTX3D say they are using solid capacitors on both cards with shielded inductors. They have upped the power phase to 5+1+1 on their HD7850 and 4+1+1 on their HD7790 model. Both coolers are a Vapor Chamber design and have dual 80mm fans on board to help improve cooling performance.

The VTX3D VChamp HD7850 receives a core clock boost from 860mhz to 1,000mhz and the memory is also increased from 1,200mhz to 1,225mhz (4.9Gbps effective). The HD7850 is a cost effective graphics card, especially if you want to game at 1080p without spending a fortune.

The VTX3D VChamp HD7790 receives a core clock increase from 1,000mhz to 1,075mhz and the memory speed runs at 1,500mhz (6Gbps effective). This card was welcomed on release as a capable replacement for the rather lackluster HD7770. AMD increased the shader power from 640 to 896 Stream Processors from HD7770 to HD7790.

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  • Eran

    My mate bought a HD7990 VTX3D Card and its been great, good company by the looks of it. Their pricing normally seems great, but its way out on that HD7850, I see some HD7870’s for less than £150!

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  • Harris

    I like that HD7850, but its too much cash, they should be £130 now.

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