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Radeon XFX HD 6970 2 GB Graphics Card

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  • AMD HD3D TechnologyPCI-E 2.1Microsoft DirectX® 11 SupportAMD Eyenity Multi-Display Technology up to 6 displays2 GB High Speed GDDR5 MemoryAMD CrossFireX™ multi-GPU Support3rd Generation TeraScale EngineAccelerated Video Transcoding, Encoding
  • AMD PowerPlay™ TechnologyEnhanced Unified Video Decoder (UVD 3)Enhanced Internet Browser Application SupportEnhanced Microsoft Office 2010 SupportHDMI 1.4a with support for stereoscopic 3D, Deep Color
  • GPU Clock MHz 880 MHzBus Type PCI-E 2.1Performance StandardMemory Interface Bus (bit)256Memory Type DDR5Memory Size 2048 MB(MB)
  • Minimum Power Requirement (Watt)650 Watts Cooling FansinkROHSProfileDoubleDimensions (Imperial)11.3 x 4.38 x 1.5Dimensions (Metric)28.7 x 11.12 x 3.81Max Resolution Analog2048 x 1536Max Resolution Digital2560 x 1600
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Graphics Coprocessor Radeon HD 6970 AMD Radeon HD 7950 GeForce GTX 750Ti
Graphics Ram Size 2 GB 2 GB 3 GB 2048 MB
Graphics Ram gddr5 dram gddr5 gddr5
Dimensions 12.6 inches x 6.3 inches x 3.9 inches 6.5 inches x 9.25 inches x 2.5 inches 1.5 inches x 10.5 inches x 4.4 inches 4.38 inches x 6.7 inches x 1.5 inches
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Technical Details

  • Mini Display Port
  • Minimum RAM: 1024

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 3.9 x 12.6 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004GCIZ5A
  • Item model number: HD697ACNFC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 15, 2010

Product Description

This series of Radeon HD graphics cards is AMD's 3-D gaming and multi-media solution for desktop computers, plus the next level of HDMI 1.4a and DisplayPort 1.2 solutions for Stereoscopic 3-D and 2GB of GDDR5 memory.

Customer Reviews

Pros: Very fast card.
Mauro serrano
Every game I play the settings are maxed out..
crzybones
This GPU is the best bang for your buck.
Jay-aRe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By The President on January 28, 2011
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Performance wise, this card is basically the same reference card as any other AMD 6970 2gb being sold at this time. The only difference is the double lifetime warranty being offerred by XFX. You can transfer your lifetime warranty to another person that you sold the card to. I personally had great experiences with XFX in the past and have had 2 exchanges through their lifetime warranty. Both times I was able to exchange an almost obsolete card for an upgraded version of a similar card. They given me free upgrades because what they offerred no longer exists and was unable to fix my problematic cards. Resale value of cards with warranty still intact usually commands a higher price.

Also, if you get a 6950 2gb version, you can unlock the card with a bios hack. The 6970 and 6950 are virtually the same cards with different memory chips plus 6950 have locked shaders which can be unlockable.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Hobejoey on February 27, 2011
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I upgraded from a XFX ATI 5770 to this Radeon XFX HD 6970 2 GB Graphics Card and the performance has been significant and worth the price. At first I was hesitant to buy due to the high cost but after careful research and then a price drop from $389 to $359 I stopped hesitating and jumped on it. It fit in my case fine and after running it for a week it has been flawless. Went to the XFX site and registered the card for the double lifetime warranty which gives me peace of mind and confidence in the purchase for the long run. It has handled everything that I have thrown at it easily. Extremely satisfied and will look to buy a XFX Graphic Card again in the future. Finally the free shipping from Amazon and delivery sooner then estimated was the icing on the cake. Well done Amazon !!!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. B. from USA on February 25, 2011
Its a lifetime warranty - no other card can say that (that I know of)... most are 2-3 years.

Its based on the standard reference card for the 6970 so performance will be the same of all the other cards - except typically xfx gives you added abilities through their software and firmware updates. They are constantly on the cutting edge. Other cards will put their card out there and forget you - not XFX - they cant - not with LIFETIME warranty. Thing about it - a card goes bad 6 years from now - they wont even have that card in stock - they wont fix it - they will send you a close replacement - which will be generations faster. Work this thing til it drops - then get another card from XFX.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David Phillips on September 11, 2011
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These cards are very fast and have no problem playing full screen eyefinity games i have two running in crossfire mode with eyefinity enabled and they dont break a sweat when playing, i like being able to overclock them with ease, all manufacturers should offer the ability to overclock there hardware straight from the software they provide.

Eyefinity setup:

you need:
- 3 displays
- 1 mini display port to dvi adapter (active not passive, passive will not work. xfx makes one that works perfectly.)

once you have those, install the drivers and open up catalyst control center, on the graphics drop down tab go to desktops and displays then click on the black triangle at the top corner of the little blue monitors after that click on create display group it will walk you through how to set up your display group. it will ask you to adjust for the sides of your screens (bezel compensation) once thats completed you should now be running eyefinity on your desktop just make sure to set the video resolution in the game to that of your desktop and it will work.

Crossfire setup:

you need:
- crossfire bridge (you do not need two, two will slow down the cards not speed them up!)

To run crossfire make sure you have the crossfire bridge installed then under the catalyst control center go to the graphics tab and select crossfireX from the list and put a check mark in the enable crossfireX box then apply and your done
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Robert Hennion on February 13, 2012
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I just received a new Alienware I-7 2600k Overclocked to 3.9Ghz in the mail. It came stock with two Nvidia GT545's (which aren't even in the same category as a Radeon 5700 series or above) So after doing a month's worth of research, I decided to buy the 6970. The 6990 is overkill, and these cards can be so overclocked you won't need a new one for two years. After running the Witcher 2, Metro2033, Skyrim, GTA IV & Liberty City Episodes, Alice: Madness Returns, Rage, Battlefield 3, Bulletstorm, Deus Ex, Arkham City, and the Old Republic in Ultra Settings, with no lag, no frame rate issues...I decided to mess around and buy another to put it in Crossfire. (my Steam library is extensive)

The performance improvement from Crossfire was amazing. The Catalyst controls allowed me to change settings in games like Rage to support ultra framerates that don't limit me to 60FPS. Crossfire support on the Old Republic has already gotten driver improvements. Every week AMD updates drivers with performance issues. Nvidia doesn't hold a candle when it comes to drivers. I was getting upwards of 120FPS on most games. Skyrim's high texture update is beautiful.

I cannot say enough about these cards. I went from an I-7 Bloomfield, with 8GB Ram and a 5770 Radeon XFX card...to this setup. The 6970's are huge...so make sure you have the case room. Make sure, absolutely sure, that your case also has good airflow. If these two cards are sitting on top of each other in Crossfire, it can make your computer overheat. Also, I would recommend a nice surge protector that reduces line noise.

Beautiful cards...my favorite since 3dfx released the Voodoo2 in SLI for Quake 2 (back in the day :)
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