VTX3D has officially closed down

VTX3D has officially closed down

VTX3D has officially closed down

VTX3D has officially closed down

 

VTX3D, a maker of custom AMD GPUs for the Chinese and European markets, has officially closed down and has transferred all of their warranty services to the TUL corporation (Powercolor), VTX3D's parent company. 

Founded in 2009, VTX3D was created as a separate daughter company of the TUL corporation, the owners of both Powercolor and Club3D. VTX3D never gained that much market share, resulting in the TUL corporation shutting the company down to focus further on the more popular Powercolor brand. 

  VTX3D has officially closed down

 

Warranties for existing VTX3D Products will now be handled by the TUL corporation directly. Further details can be found here

  

You can join the discussion on VTX3D closing down on the OC3D Forums

 

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02-08-2016, 05:44:28

Medallish
I've often seen them mentioned but don't think I've ever seen one of their cards in Europe, still a shame.Quote

02-08-2016, 06:07:34

Agost
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Originally Posted by Medallish View Post
I've often seen them mentioned but don't think I've ever seen one of their cards in Europe, still a shame.
They were available in Europe (at least for 6000/7000 series) but they were among the worst brands...Quote

02-08-2016, 07:00:37

notcool
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Originally Posted by Medallish View Post
I've often seen them mentioned but don't think I've ever seen one of their cards in Europe, still a shame.
Ebuyer and CCL used to stock their stuff.Quote

02-08-2016, 08:41:51

tinytomlogan
Same company owns Club3D - they were hit REALLY hard with the fact AMD didnt really launch anything for ages. I dont remember seeing them bring any Fury products out either tbhQuote

02-08-2016, 08:51:46

WYP
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Same company owns Club3D - they were hit REALLY hard with the fact AMD didnt really launch anything for ages. I dont remember seeing them bring any Fury products out either tbh
Aye. It is a shame as I loved my two HD 7870 Tahiti LE cards.Quote
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