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Friday, 27 December 2013 19:05

Powercolor teases new R9 290X PCS+ graphics card

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With triple-fan cooler

In addition to the recently released R9 290X LCS with EK Water Blocks liquid cooling water block, Powercolor has just teased yet another custom Radeon R9 290X graphics card, the R9 290X PCS+.

Featuring a custom design with a massive triple-fan cooler, the new R9 290X will most likely come with a decent factory overclock while the aforementioned PCS+ cooler with three fans, hefty heatsink and six 8mm heatpipes, will definitely do a much better job than the reference cooler.

Powercolor did not reveal much details except for some pictures but as far as we can see it will still need 8+6-pin PCI-Express power connectors and feature the same array of display outputs.

The new Powercolor R9 290X PCS+ is expected early next year but, unfortunately, Powercolor did not shed any details regarding the price for the new graphics card. 

Via Powercolor Facebook page.

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