AMD is preparing for his next release
Although AIB partners became responsible for leading the launch of the dual-GPU model family of Radeon HD 7000 Series with custom designs, that did not stop AMD joined the club with its own reference model now known as Radeon HD 7990 “Malta”. A little over a month of its release, it seems that things have not gone very point in sales has begun speculated that the card may be discontinued for Q3 2013.
The report indicates Overclockers.Ru courtesy of the Radeon HD 7990 “Malta” is available in limited quantities because their reception has been very poor, attributed to stuttering issues that impact the performance when using CrossFire Technology and Dual GPU. Although AMD has promised that will solve a major update driver to late July, it appears that will not be enough to change the image currently has the card.
AL Like other cards, the Radeon HD 7990 “Malta” bundle came backed with “Never Settle”, announced the most comprehensive to date, but if the report is true, this could reflect that it was not enough to attract the eyes of the gamers who probably feel more satisfied buying two Radeon HD 7970 and Dual-GPU card that hovers around $ 1,000 USD.
On the other hand, to reach the EOL of the Radeon HD 7990 “Malta” could be also reason that AMD already clearing shelves for the arrival of the next generation of HD 9000 cards “Volcanic Islands” from those anticipated could be released for the month of October with Battlefield 4.