A Round Up of the AMD Radeon HD 7790 Variants

The highly anticipated AMD Radeon HD 7790 arrived on March 22 (read our review here) and since then we've seen a deluge of variants released from a wide range of manufacturers. Based upon the releases consolidated in the table below, the HD 7790 will be either released at stock specifications (excepting cooler designs) or with very minimal factory overclocks.

Specifically with regards to the quantity of on-board memory, we can speculate that this seems to be intended to prevent the graphics card from outperforming the more expensive Radeon HD 7850.

Name

GPU Clock

Memory

Memory Clock

Cooler

Price

AMD Reference HD7790

1000 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

Reference

$149.99

Asus Radeon EAH7790 DirectCU II OC

1075 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6400 MHz

DirectCU II

$159.99

Asus Radeon EAH7790 DirectCU II

1000 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

DirectCU II

$149.99

Club3D Radeon HD7790 ’13 Series

1030 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

Custom In-House

$149.99

Gigabyte GV-R779OC-1GI

1075 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6400 MHz

Triangle Cool

$159.99

Gigabyte GV-R779-1GI

1000 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

Triangle Cool

$149.99

HIS Radeon HD7790 iCooler

1000 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

iCooler

$149.99

MSI Radeon HD7790

1050 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

MSI Propeller Blade

$149.99

PowerColor TurboDuo HD7790 OC

1075 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

TurboDuo Dual-Fan

$159.99

PowerColor HD7790 OC

1030 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

Custom In-House

$149.99

Sapphire Radeon HD 7790 Dual-X

1075 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6400 MHz

Dual-X

$159.99

Sapphire Radeon HD 7790

1000 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

Custom In-House

$149.99

VTX3D HD7790 X Edition

1030 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

Custom In-House

$149.99

XFX Radeon HD 7790 Ghost

1000 MHz

1 GB GDDR5

6000 MHz

Ghost Cooler

$149.99

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  • dalethepcman
    I think the exhaust direction is more useful information than the marketing name the manufacturer gave to their fan, but thanks for the quick list.
  • Onus
    With the vastly superior GTX650Ti Boost available for only another $20, this one needs to come down even more to be relevant.
  • slomo4sho
    This card has already become irrelevant at the $150 price point prior to release.