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HIS Radeon HD 6950 IceQ X Turbo 2GB (256bit) GDDR5 2x Mini-DisplayPort HDMI 2x DVI (HDCP) PCIe X16 2.1 Video Card H695QNT2G2M

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  • Low power and low noise with GPU acceleration and enhanced Unified Video Decoder (UVD) 3 features
  • Enhanced Unified Video Decoder (UVD) 3 - Watch the hottest Blu-ray movies, online video and other HD content beyond 1080p
  • EyeDefinition Graphics - Play the latest games in true "Eye-Definition" with the AMD Radeon HD 6900 Series graphics DirectX 11
  • IceQ X Cooling technology - cooler and quieter using high quality componentsEyefinity technology.
  • EyeSpeed Technology - Experience enhanced application performance and incredible video quality online or with your favorite Blu-ray movie

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  • HD Compatible

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Product Description

ATI Radeon HD 6950 Key Features, GDDR5 memory interface, PCI Express 2.1 x16 bus interface, "Eye-Definition" graphics, AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology, AMD EyeSpeed visual acceleration, AMD HD3D technology, AMD CrossFireX multi-GPU technology, Cutting-edge integrated display support, Integrated HD audio controller, AMD PowerPlay power management technology, AMD Catalyst graphics and HD video configuration software

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ATI Radeon HD 6950 Key Features, GDDR5 memory interface, PCI Express 2.1 x16 bus interface, "Eye-Definition" graphics, AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology, AMD EyeSpeed visual acceleration, AMD HD3D technology, AMD CrossFireX multi-GPU technology, Cutting-edge integrated display support, Integrated HD audio controller, AMD PowerPlay power management technology, AMD Catalyst graphics and HD video configuration software

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.2 x 1.6 x 5.6 inches
Item Weight 2.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.7 pounds
ASIN B004WZ0HQ6
Item model number H695QNT2G2M
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4.1 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,771 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com April 8, 2011

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First off the box includes driver disc, crossfire bridge, vga adapter and case sticker and two molex to pci-express power adapters. It is a pci-e 2.1 but it will fit in a 2.0 slot which is were I am currently using it in. Installation was a breeze, card is a good size and I have included a picture of the card sitting on a standard sheet of copy paper. I used the HIS website for the most current drivers and was off and running without any problems on windows vista 64bit. The first thing I noticed was how much smoother my gameplay was on bad co. 2 and aliens vs predators on all high settings both being dx11 games I was pleasantly suprised running a resolution of 1920x1080 on 24" dell HD monitor with AA set at 4x and AF on 8 on bad co 2 I was getting frames as high as 108 and during heavy fight scenes 45 but averaging steady frames of 60 and above. Coming from a his 6850 I saw alot of improvement all around, this is the third HIS card I've owned and have yet to be dissapointed by them and would consider them my first choice in graphics cards especially there iceq models. The card puts out slightly less heat then my old 6850 but cools much better. My specs are as follow:

cpu amd phenom x4 965 stock settings of 3.4ghz
memory G.skill 8gb of ddr3 10666 timing 8-8-8-24
motherboard msi 880gm-e43
ultra x4 600w power supply
2 vertex 60gb ssd drives in raid 0

I ran a heaven benchmark an obtained a score of 817 with direct x11, shaders on high, tesselation normal, AF 4x, AA 4x, res 1920x1080 on full screen and my average fps 32.4 minimum 19.7 max 60.7 so all in all pretty impressed. This with my cpu at stock settings my goal is to overclock to 3.8ghz.
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I bought two of these cards to go along with my very first computer build, which also happens to be beast. I decided on these cards for several reasons...
-Love the color scheme, I guess it's hit or miss with some people
-REALLY! liked the chrome heat-pipes, which I knew would be visible from the case window in the Corsair 650D I was choosing
-Originally wanted the IceQ X Turbo X which has a 40mhz higher clock then the already OC'ed IceQ X Turbo but couldn't justify the extra 40-50 for something I could do myself
-Smaller than reference 6950 design (big plus for small cases)
-2GB of VRAM was a must!

Review:
After several weeks of usage, I can safely say these cards run quite well. The only thing I can discredit these cards for is the top card runs pretty hot under load. While playing the most graphically intensive game I have, Metro 2033, the top card can hit 85-87c. I have a feeling the reason for this is because the top card sits right on top of the chipset heatsink on my motherboard, which I noticed gets very hot, so I'm pretty sure there's nothing I can really do about that. Other games see the top card up to around 75c which I'm more comfortable with.

Needless to say, these cards run anything I throw at them. I am a big believer V-Sync, so I can't cite any instances where I am getting crazy high FPS. I could care less if my game is running at 100+ FPS, if it's screen-tearing, I want nothing to do with it. My score in the Unigine Heaven benchmark came out to 1100+ which I guess is right around where it should be for a crossfire 6950 setup. Another major plus was the included copy of Dirt 3 with each card (gave a copy to my friend).
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Let me start off by saying: what a card! I was building what was essentially a new computer as my older one I built in 2007 would not be able to handle the game I was looking forward to for a year: Battlefield 3. After doing plenty of research on a video card, I decided to jump on the Radeon 6950 instead of the 6970 for two reasons: 1) a good amount of 6950's (at least when I bought it) were able to have their shaders unlocked to essentially make them a 6970 and, 2) price difference.

Needless to say, I could not be happier with this card, which I chose over others for its cooling capabilities with its IceQ technology, which works wonders (more on that later). Nonetheless, once I received my card I became curious to see if the card was able to have its shaders unlocked to equal those of the 6970 (1536 shaders) and to my amazement, and thanks to the website techpowerup, I successfully flashed the BIOS of this card and unlocked the remaining shaders which essentially made this card a Radeon 6970.

Needless to say, I tinkered with overclocking the card for roughly 2 weeks and after dozens of crashes, PC freezes and restarts, I was able to successfully overclock it to 950mhz/1375mhz at 1.2v with power control at +20 using AMD's Control Center, which compares to the default speeds of this card which are 840mhz/1280mhz at 1.1v. To my amazement, at 950/1375 speeds at 1.2v, this video card does not go past 71 degrees celcius with fanspeed at only 63%, all thanks to the IceQ fan HIS runs with this card.
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