AMD Launches Radeon R7 350 2GB Graphics Card in Asian Pacific Market, Priced At $89.99
AMD has launched a new sub-$100 Radeon R7 350 graphics card, for the moment in the Asian Pacific market. Based on the Cape Verde XTL / Pro GPU, the latest addition in the Radeon 300 series lineup is aimed at the middle / low-end segment whose main purpose is to utilize the graphics power for several MOBA titles.
The Cape Verde XTL core is built on 28nm process, and features a 123mm2 die that includes 1.5 Billion transistors. The GPU exists in two configurations: one features 640 stream processors, 40 texture mapping units and 16 raster operation units, while the other less common variant consists of 512 stream processors, 32 TMUs and 16 ROPs.
The R7 350 is clocked between 750 MHz and 1000 MHz for the graphics core, and 4000 MHz for the memory, though the Pro variant has memory clocked at 4500 MHz.
Further, the card mounts 2GB GDDR5 VRAM with 128-bit bus, and supports DirectX 11.2 libraries, DVI video, VGA as well as HDMI. The TDP ranges from 60-75 Watt.
The AMD Radeon R7 350 is priced at US $89.99, and is being sold by various AIBs including Sapphire, XFX, ColorFire, PowerColor and others.
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