Following AMD's official unveiling of its Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition and 7750 graphics cards, boutique system builder Maingear announced it already has stock on hand is offering the chip maker's new Cape Verde graphics cards as options in its Shift and F131 gaming desktops. Maingear also plans to shove the mainstream parts into its Vybe desktop "in the near future."
"We are excited to offer an affordable 28nm GPU design from AMD, and the AMD Radeon HD 7700 series cards offers great performance and features to a wider audience." said Wallace Santos , CEO and Founder of Maingear. “With AMD’s Radeon™ HD 7770 GHZ Edition, gamers will be very excited with the performance they get for their dollar."
Gamers on a budget should be excited too. The addition of AMD's Radeon HD 7770 and 7750 graphics cards gives gamers more affordable options to choose from. Maingear's F131 Stock 990FX, for example, starts at $1,382 ($1,282 currently with a $100 off Winter savings promotion) and includes a GeForce GT 440 graphics card. For $31, gamers can step up to the 7750, and $87 upgrades the GPU to a 7770.
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