AMD today finished off it's triple play of GPU releases with its third release in three months. Well, four months since the Radeon HD 7900 was launched in December. In February we saw the release of the Radeon HD 7700 series, and now AMD has launched the Radeon HD 7800 series (two links). They're out now (if they aren't available at online stores they will be soon) for between $200 and $400.
Zvika Greenstein, director of product management in the GPU Division at AMD, said, "Bringing the first 28nm graphics cards to market in December spurred us to continue pushing the boundaries, product after product, culminating with today’s product availability. Look at our feature set: Graphics Core Next, AMD Eyefinity 2.0, AMD PowerTune, AMD ZeroCore Power technologies and of course our GHz Edition graphics cards – it is without doubt that AMD stands alone in the graphics industry."
Indeed, these really are some nice cards. The ZeroCore Power technology allows the graphics card to use barely any power at idle. They also support 4K resolution output, which really helps if you're trying to future-proof your new rig. You can read the full press release here.