So far, AMD have released two GPUs under the new Radeon HD 7000 series - first was the Radeon HD 7970 in January which was then followed by the Radeon HD 7950 earlier this month. This week, they have just increased that number to four with the arrival of the new AMD Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition and Radeon HD 7750.

Still featuring AMD’s new GCN 28nm architecture, the new AMD Radeon 7770 GHz Edition is rather special as it is said to be the first GPU core with 1GHz clock speed. However, don’t expect it to exceed the performances of its older brothers though as the card comes with smaller 1GB RAM, slower memory clock speed of 1125MHz and many other things which in hand resulted in much lower computing power as compared to HD 7970 and 7950.

As for AMD Radeon HD 7750, the reduction in firepower is even more apparent. Even though its amount of RAM and memory clock speed is identical to HD 7770 GHz Edition, the HD 7750 has a slower GPU clock speed of 800 MHz together with reduced amount of shaders. On the brighter side of the picture, the HD 7750 doesn’t require a separate power connector and according to AMD, it still able to deliver acceptable performance for under 75watts.

With a price tag that starts from RM 486 (USD 159) and RM 334 (USD 109) respectively, it is pretty clear that both graphic cards are targeted for mainstream users. AMD’s add-in-board partners such as ASUS, MSI, Sapphire and such are already delivering their take on both cards to stores worldwide, so get a contact with your retailers or visit for further information.


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