Today, AMD has officially announced its upcoming entry-level card Radeon R7 250X, set to compete against NVIDIA GTX 650.
AMD R7 250X is not exactly a new card, but it is more like a re-branded version of Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition card that should fill the gap between R7 250 and R7 260. 250X is aimed at budget-minded PC users with the price tag of $100 only.
Similar to 7770 GHz Edition, 250X will also be based on Cape Verde GPU with 640 stream processors, 16 ROPs, 40 texture units, 128-bit memory interface, core clock speed of 1000 MHz, 1-2 GB GDD5 VRAM and Direct X 11.2 support. 250X is expected to deliver 20-30 percent increased in performance, compared to 250.
AMD Radeon HD 250X will be available in US soon. Read more at Softpedia.