VTX3D HD7790 Review
When you're buying a card at such a low price, you expect certain features to be lacking, but we have to say that the VTX3D really looks cheap. Quite why they decided to remove the shroud is beyond us, and it certainly doesn't improve the aesthetics.
It reminds us of the ASUS HD4850, with a cooler sitting alone in an island of PCB. That's not a good thing.
At the business ends of the card we have a couple of DVIs, an HDMI and a DisplayPort, covering all the options. There is a DVI to VGA adaptor if you're still using a very old monitor.
This is why we're so hard on the looks of the VTX3D. The reference card includes the shroud and so at a glance it could be any of the many Radeon cards on the market. Whereas the VTX3D is unquestionably a cheap low-end card.