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Gigabyte AMD Radeon HD 7950 3GB GDDR5 DVI-I/HDMI/2x Mini-Displayport PCI-Express Graphic Card GV-R795WF3-3GD

4.4 out of 5 stars 143 customer reviews
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  • Ultra Durable VGA materials: GPU Temperature 5%-10% down - Overclocking capability 10%-30% Up - Power Switching Loss 10%-30% down
  • Windforce 3X Anti-Turbulence Cooling with "Triangle Cool" Technology for maximum cooling performance at whisper silent operation.
  • Core Clock: 900MHz - Memory Clock: 5000MHz
  • Features DVI-I/HDMI/2x mini-Displayport outputs with HDCP protection.
  • Supports AMD Eyefinity/EyeSpeed/CrossFire/Avivo HD technologies.
  • Minimum Recommended System power supply 500W.
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Product Description

Powered by AMD Radeon 7950 GPU and integrated with industry's best 3072MB GDDR5 memory and 384-bit memory interface.

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Resolution 2560 x 1600
Processor 900 MHz
Memory Speed 5000 MHz
Graphics Coprocessor Radeon HD 7950
Chipset Brand AMD
Graphics Card Ram Size 3 GB
Brand Name Gigabyte
Item model number GV-R795WF3-3GD
Item Weight 2.9 pounds
Product Dimensions 15.9 x 3.5 x 9.3 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 15.9 x 3.5 x 9.3 inches

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ASIN B007581QHG
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4.4 out of 5 stars 143 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #540 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Shipping Weight 2.9 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available February 3, 2012

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By Christopher Kuhn on June 20, 2012
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20120620:
This video card is absolutely the best bang for your buck. There are so many dedicated websites out there with so much controversy on what card really has the crown, so many people fighting wether or not nvidia or ati wins this round. Take advantage of the fact you are getting the 5th highest rated card on the market!!! the 7950 is the most expandable and well performing cards out there and also when you compare price to preformance, it is austonishing!. all i am saying is i got my card on amazon for 320$ and when you compare it with a 500$+ gtx680...... well you as the customer win! so what the 680 gets like 10 fps more, if your that worried about 10 fps buy two of these for 600$ and get more FPS!!!! i can go on for days but all i want to get across is you win as the customer with this card plain and simple.

20120626:
After 6 days with the card things only got better. I was able to OverClock it to 1083 MHz GPU Core Stable 24/7 and 1457 MHz MEM Stable 24/7. I gave it a week to make sure it was stable. You can go look at some revies and see this thing really does blow the competion out of the water by a long shot! I am pulling 119 Watts at MAX LOAD and idles at about 60 watts or so. I used furmark to stress test it for a straight 6 hours!!!! it never got above 57C. If you want a great card buy the 7950 you wont regret it, the windforce is my favorite so far. I am buying another one this payday to CF accroding to alot of the reviews and forums it goes from 43 FPS on BF3 all settings maxed to 75 wich is pretty good scaling. Do not attepmpt 3x Crossfire AMDs drivers do not work very well yet lol. I hope i helped some people with this review! I will post my system specs since this is my final review.
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+'s: The cooler is fantastic. At 50% fan speed and stock 900/1250 clocks, CPUID and Catalyst Control Center (CCC) are reporting 37C idle and 41C peak while playing SWTOR and BF3 @1920x1080, all settings = high/ultra (BF3). My ambient temp is 71F and I have (2) 120mm front intake fans, (1) 92mm exhaust.

Understand this: The cooler is not designed to only force the heat out of the back of the card like many blower-style cards - some heat will get dumped into the case as well. So, it is probably important to have at least one intake fan and one exhaust fan. I don't consider this a con - the cooler works extremely well. I would feel sorry for a card that gets installed in a case that has zero airflow.

I haven't had any driver issues running 12.4. I don't have any FPS gaming stats, but you can find that at any review website. There are plenty of online reviews for this card.

-'s: A blue PCB has the potential to seriously clash with system color schemes. Lucky for me, my motherboard is a black / blue combination that goes nicely with the blue PCB and my case is black / blue themed.

At 100% fan setting, this thing is fairly loud (although the 100% fan speed setting for my previous card was WAY louder). The default fan speed is 30%, but I opened CCC and set manual fan control to 50%. I found that 50% is a sweet spot for noise dB / performance ratio. Above 55%, I start to get mildly annoyed. At 100%, the FAA stops by and asks to see my pilot's license. Flight sim, perhaps? So, I just set it to 45% and leave it there all the time. I have no trouble sleeping with my computer on and 7'8" from my head (yeah, I measured). 8)

Other Thoughts: My monitor's native resolution is 1920x1080.
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I built a new system a few months ago and picked up this card. I've run everything at 1080p max settings without fps issues. Installed easily and I can't think of anything I don't like about my purchase of this card. Don't think you can do better for the money.
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Pros: This card is a great performer. Sadly GIGABYTE has been selling low ASIC, voltage locked, boost only editions recently. These are good enough to hit stock BIOS clocks, but require higher voltage.

[+] Nice Stock Performance
- The newer revisions come with the FZ1 boost bios @ 1000Mhz Core / 1250Mhz Memory. That should be enough for all games @ 1080p

[+] Quiet & Cool
- The quietest 7950 on the market
- Can't beat the temps without going water
- VRM's get a little toasty (90c BF3) with Boost BIOS, but nothing bad

Cons: Don't trust the review's of this card on the big tech websites. Gigabyte just cherry-picks the best ASIC % they have, and sends it to them. Most people can not even push 1100Mhz at stock voltage.

[+] Poor Overclocking Compare to Other Brands
- On FZ1 BIOS it is locked at 1.25v, my 66% ASIC can only go to 1075 core stable.
- Good luck with the die lottery with gigabyte.

[+] Voltage Locked
- The boost BIOS throws your volts to 1.25v, even with AB forcing constant
- Only BIOS you can downgrade to is the other boost bios F3, which has a higher (1600mV) voltage on memory for better memory clocks.

[+] vDroop is quite bad
- When overclocking, 1.25v is really 1.16 under load.
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