Today we are taking a look at the new VTX3D HD7870 EyeFinity 6 Graphics card which has been designed to support a raft of high resolution monitors for both work and gaming environments. The card ships with a proprietary cooler and six mini DisplayPort connectors, although VTX3D have decided to ship at reference clock speeds.
We have reviewed a handful of VTX3D graphics cards within the last year, and while they have scored well we feel they are generally a little behind market leaders Sapphire, especially in regards to their cooling solutions.
VTX3D are a part of the TUL Corporation who also sell the Powercolor branded range of hardware.
|Product||VTX3D HD7870 EyeFinity 6||AMD HD7950||AMD HD7870||AMD HD7850|
|Core Clock speed||1000mhz||800mhz||1000mhz||860mhz|
|Compute Performance||2.56 TFLOPS||2.87 TFLOPS||2.56 TFLOPS||1.76 TFLOPS|
|Texture Fillrate||80 GT/s||89.6 GT/s||80 GT/s||55.0 GT/s|
|Pixel Fillrate||32.0 GP/s||25.6 GP/s||32.0 GP/s||27.52 GP/s|
|Memory Type||2GB GDDR5||3GB GDDR5||2GB GDDR5||2GB GDDR5|
|Memory Data Rate||4.8Gbps||5.0 Gbps||4.8 Gbps||4.8 Gbps|
|Memory Bandwidth||153.6 GB/s||240 GB/s||153.6 GB/s||153.6 GB/s|
Sadly VTX3D haven’t decided to offer a core or memory clock increase. The core clock is set to 1,000mhz and the GDDR5 memory is configured to 1,200mhz (4.8Gbps effective), both AMD reference specifications.