ENP Newswire - 13 January 2014 Release date- 10012014 - Amsterdam - The brand new Club 3D Radeon R9 Series is available in the market for a couple of months now and is proving to be increasingly successful. The cards in the R9 series represent the enthusiast part of the product range and the pinnacle of GPU technology. All R9 cards offer outstanding gaming performance from 1080p all the way up to 4K Ultra High Definition resolution. Starting with the Radeon R9 270, all the way up to the range topping 290X, the R9 series offers your weapon of choice to play the most demanding current and upcoming game titles effortlessly. The most popular card in the R9 series is the 270X which sits firmly in the gamers' sweet spot of around $ 200 or EUR 150 (ex Taxes). The performance this card delivers at its respective price point is best in class and satisfies the needs of most fanatic gamers. Therefore Club 3D is proud to announce the addition of two new R9 270X cards to our range of PokerSeries gaming cards. These two royalQueen cards come with 2Gb or 4Gb of GDDR5 memory and are fitted with a completely new dual fan version of our widely awarded CoolStream cooler which is capable of keeping the GPU temperatures even lower while operating near silent Apart from that, they look awesome in any chassis with their flat black metal shroud and dual copper heat pipes. When it comes to AMD Eyefinity you can connect up to 4 monitors to the R9 270X'dual DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs. By adding a Club 3D MST Hub, the Radeon R9 270X royalQyeen is Eyefinity 6 capable. Add a second R9 270X for an affordable Crossfire multi GPU set-up and enjoy up to 100% scaling in many current game titles. There is no doubt that the Club 3D Radeon R9 270X royalQueen is one of the best value propositions in the market today, offering a level of performance reached previously by the top of the range products only. When it comes to performance per dollar it is clear that the R9 270X royalQueen is hard to beat!
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