The Radeon R9 Nano might represent a hell of a feat of graphics card engineering, but is it a worthwhile purchase?
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UpdatedFinally after rebranding almost its entire line of HD 7000 series cards with the new Rx prefix, AMD is ready with a brand new GPU.
No sooner had we finished our R9 290X review but the red-tinged graphics gurus go and release another card based on the same GPU.
This time it's AMD getting in on the ultra-enthusiast segment, having given its AIB partners a little time in the sun with their own dual-GPU, Tahiti-based cards.
We have to tip our collective hat to AMD for making the Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition a blazing-fast graphics card.
The wee AMD HD 7850 is going to face some stiff competition in this crowded price point, can it hold it's own against the crowd?
AMD claims this is the card for gamers wanting to hit the highest graphics settings without having to spend £300 on a GPU. Is it?
If AMD's HD 7970 debut Southern Islands card arrived in a fancy tux heralding a bunch of world firsts, this HD 7750 turns up in a Burton polo shirt and trainers.
We're putting our hopes on this AMD HD 7770 to deliver the best bits of the new AMD Southern Islands architecture for a more palatable price.