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XFX AMD Radeon HD7950 3 GB DDR5 2DVI/HDMI/2x Mini Display Port PCI-Express Video Card (FX795ATDFC)

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  • Chipset: Radeon HD7950
  • Core Clock: 900 MHz
  • Memory Clock: 5.0 GHz
  • Memory Interface: 384-bit
  • Max. Resolution: 2560 x 1600
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Product Description

XFX ATI Radeon HD7950 3GB DDR5 2DVI/HDMI/2x Mini DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 4.4 x 1.5 inches ; 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00713RT62
  • Item model number: FX795ATDFC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at January 31, 2012

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Carlos on June 9, 2012
I spent several hours researching video cards. I was undecided between an nvidia 670 or this card. I chose this because of their dual fan and their thermal solution. I finally got my product and I just tested it playing several games, but I was mostly concerned with Skyri, Diablo III and the The Witcher 2. I can tell that I was able to max out my resolution for all 3 games, and only The witcher was the only game that tested this card to the limit because the fans started to kick in when I had graphic-intense details on the texture of the game. I highly recommend this card, although I noticed (as the other reviewer), that the card starts getting noisier when pushing it to the limit. I also found out that there is another BIOS driver for the card released late April '12 that optimizes the cards performance allowing you to have a quieter response for your fans.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Skymander on September 2, 2012
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Bought this card a little over a month ago, and it has surpassed all expectations I had for it. Instead of boring you with personal opinions, I'll just post my benchmarks, all of which are at 1920X1080p

Skyrim on Ultra: 60-70 fps
Starcraft 2 on ultra: 120-130 fps
DayZ mod for Arma II on highest settings: 60 fps, drops to 45 fps around big towns (cherno & elektro), but not sure if issue with game or card.
Dead Space 1 & 2 ultra: 60+ fps
Fallout New Vegas ultra: 60-90 fps
Battlefield 3 Ultra: 60fps

I Overclocked the gpu for the first week, but decided against it when i realized how overkill the standard model already was. For those who do though, the catalyst control center is easy to use, and the card has lots of room for overclocking.

The temp on max load runs around 70-75 degrees, but you can manually set the fan to cool it more if you would like. The fan is loud at over 60%, but I can't hear it with my headset on which is the only way I play games.

Installation was easy, just had to press it into the pci slot and attach two six pin connectors. I do wish they had more regular HDMI slots though, two of them are mini HDMI ports so I had to buy chords for my second and third monitor.

Overall, I couldn't recommend this card enough. At $309 w/rebate this card gave me what I wanted in a high end card for fairly cheap. It's a smidge behind a 580 in terms of performance and overclocked it surpasses it. This type of quality in a video card for this cheap is remarkable.

I7 2600K
Radeon HD7950
1 tb hard drive
128gb ssd
630W psu
2X24 inch 1080p monitors
1X37 inch 1080p TV
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. on March 19, 2013
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I'll first state that the card should be a 3.5. Why? While the 7950's performance is excellent, the thermal solution on it is terrible. While it looks much better than competitors with its simple color choices, it is extremely loud when you push the card to its limits. For example in BF3, this card reaches around ~75C even with the fan on 65-70%. Anything above 50% is already audible and louder than then the rest of the fans I have combined. Furthermore, when the fan spins up, the card actually creates vibrations, creating even more noise. I had to solve this by installing some thin rubber pads between the bracket and the case. (Edit, furthermore, the red aluminium strip vibrates against the rest of the heat sink).

Installed in.
Corsair 600T (200mm intake and top exhaust)
2X Noctua P12 (top and back exhaust)
No other cards next to it.

Room temperatures <21C

This card raises ambient case temperatures by about 2~5C on load versus the 670 (or any blower design).

Its faster than the 670 in most games by a little.
Good looks to match Black/Red motherboards.
Lifetime Warranty. Mod friendly on registration.

Horrible thermals that also make your case temperature higher. The heatsink is tiny by actual area.
Extremely loud and annoying fans. High pitched.

EDIT : After one month, one of the fan's bearings has died. Upon starting the machine with the card one of the fans will make a horrible grinding sound even though it is not in contact with anything. The case is well cleaned, and dust has not accumulated on the card. I'll be RMA'ing this card, but -1 star from the original review.

EDIT 2 : 5 Days and no word from the support department after opening a ticket.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By theOneUpper on September 2, 2012
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I purchased this a few months ago to replace my old Xfire setup of 4890s let me tell you until I switched over to this card I didn't realize how far GPU technology has gone. This card handles most games effortlessly on the highest setting and this is on the default settings of 800mhz core clock. I haven't even OC too much since owning this card but I know this card has a lot of headroom for overclock. It stays decently cool with the higest temps I've seen this card run under full load was 61*C. On idle this card stays around 38-41*C.

I'm glad I made the switch. I was even contemplating a Nvidia GTX 680 but that card was easily $200 more then this card with a little more performance and with some OC of the 7950 I can easily climb to the performance of a gtx 680. With the $200+ I saved purchasing this card I can easily save another hundred and purchase another ati 7950 and get one beastkt Xfire setup in the near future.

Totally recommend this card for anybody who wants entry to the highest tier of currently GPUs but don't feel they need the extra shaders of the 7970. Plus you'll be saving almost $100+ by buying the7 950 instead.

UPDATE: I felt a update was needed because the most important review is one given months after consistent use. So far the card is still performing like a beast and to this day I still haven't tap the full potential of it. Initially when I was new to OC GPUs I OC slightly but usually straying not far from stock limits. I was never able to OC higher without the GPU freezing up or producing artifacts. Well following OC guides for 7950's and seeing clock settings other owners were able to achieve I was able to achieve a staggering clock of 1150/1300Mhz! Of course this is at 1.
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