If you're a PC gamer, I'd be willing to bet you have a soft spot in your heart for video cards. Video cards are one the most important parts the gaming computer since they control how the graphics look when you play your favorite games. The bad part about video cards is that the high-end new hardware often costs $500 or more.
AMD has unveiled a new video card that has some nice specifications called the HD 7770 GHz Edition that is surprisingly cheap and looks good on paper. I would like to see some benchmarks on the video card before I plunk down my cash. The card is the first in the industry to come out of the box with the default 1 GHz GPU speed says AMD.
The card is made using 28nm technology and supports all common and the features you expect. The best thing about this video card is that it starts at $159. I would expect some special versions of the video card with even higher clock speeds to sell for more than that starting amount.
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