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XFX AMD Radeon HD 6950 800M 2 GB DDR5 Dual MiniDP HDMI Dual DVI PCI-E Video Card HD695XCNFC

4.4 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
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  • PCI Express 2.1 x16
  • GPU: Radeon HD 6950
  • Core Clock: 800MHz
  • Memory Size: 2GB
  • Effective Memory Clock: 1250MHz (5.0 Gbps)
  • Memory Type: GDDR5
  • Memory Interface: 256-bit
  • Minimum of a 500 Watt power supply.
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  • Mini Display Port

Product Description

XFX HD-695X-CNFC Radeon HD 6950 2GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card with Eyefinity

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.2 x 1.5 x 4.4 inches
Item Weight 2.1 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.5 pounds
ASIN B004ULZ7YY
Item model number HD695XCNFC
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4.4 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,092 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com April 29, 2011

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I bought this card to replace my 4870x2 that broke twice on me. This card exceeds my expectations and more. It has great performance but is extremely quiet. The copy of Dues Ex that came with it looks amazing, and no choppiness even at the highest settings. The thing that sold me the most, however was the warranty. It's refreshing to see a company put it's money where it's mouth is with regard to the quality of it's product
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If you're looking for a solid ATI card to drive a 1080p display, this card with 2gb ram is the way to go. I'm able to run all the latest games; Battlefield 3, Skyrim, Saints Row the Third, Rage.. etc all at Ultra / High settings. I actually own two of these cards to run in Crossfire. I've been able to play the above games with an improvement to play in Eyefinity mode. Overclock them to stock 6970 settings and you'll gain an improvement with no stability loss.

It's important I note that sometimes the games are just as CPU demanding, I have two Xeon quad core chips and 32gb Ram. Hardly the average specs, but These are great cards.
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When I bought my original motherboard I went for the cheap and got integrated graphics, but as games got more fancy I found myself having to sacrifice the looks of the game so that my CPU fan wouldn't sound like it is going through hell. Luckily, with this I am able to max out quite a few games. Now, I'm not a Crysis fan so I can't tell you if you can max it out on that, but with Max Payne it does well, for Civilization 5 it seems to handle that game until the late ages (but that game uses a max of 4GB so it really has nothing to do with the GPU) and overall I haven't met a game I couldn't just max out.

There hasn't been any lag either, and the only issue I seemed to have find is that when you plug multiple monitors into it, the monitors may flicker a bit, but I was using DVI adapters to use one of the monitors so that may likely be the reason for the flicker.
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This is a fantastic card for the price. It's been able to handle everything I've thrown at it no problem. BF3, Crysis 2, everything runs at least 30fps at 1080p. XFX's support is legendary so I can feel secure knowing if anything ever goes wrong, they'll be quick to help.

That being said, there is a problem for those of us who run more than 2 displays. I have a triple-monitor setup: 32" 720p HDMI TV, 19" VGA LCD, 23" DVI LCD. I can only use two of these displays at a time. Apparently everything that isn't DisplayPort is considered "legacy" and you can only run two at a time. So, despite the fact that this card has 2 DisplayPorts, 2 DVI ports, and one HDMI port, you cannot run them all simultaneously. I've been forced to leave in my old video card and run my third display off of it.

The solution to this problem is either to A. Get new monitors with DisplayPort technology, or B. Buy (fairly expensive) active DisplayPort adapters. So, even though this is a great card, I can't knowingly give it the full 5-star treatment.
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By Paul on November 29, 2011
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It's a great video card. Along with my i5-2500k (@stock speed) and 8GB DDR3, I'm able to play Battlefield 3 smoothly on a 1080p monitor on Ultra settings. I used GPU-Z during one session and found that the game had only utilized about 33% of the card's processing power, and a little under 50% of the graphics memory. It also never got above 60-65 Celsius, but I do have two 120mm intake fans and two 120mm exhaust fans so your mileage may vary depending on your cooling set-up. I have never heard the card's fans over the other fans in my case, even with the case sitting right at eye level about two feet away.
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I normally upgrade my machine every 2-3 years, and now that I'm at the 2 year mark, I decided it's time to upgrade. Games such as Crysis 3, Skyrim (with around 80 graphical mods, mind you), and other super-high detail games I was no longer able to play at ultra, which really bummed be because I hate turning down Anti Aliasing, choppy edges are downright ugly. (this is, mind you, with 3 27" 1080p ips displays running at 5760*1080)

I upgraded the CPU from a 1090t to an 8350, 8gb ram to 32, single 120gb ssd to dual in raid0. I thought that maybe my CPU was throttling the games, with its low clock speeds of 3.6ghz. I was only partially right. While it did bump my frames by about 5-10% with my 8350 CPU overclocked to 4.7ghz, it still was not enough to bring a large handful of titles to ultra in surround. I immensely thought about upgrading to a 7950 or go to the green side and get a 770, but I thought that maybe I could bump my frames if I went with Crossfire, and by god I was right.

I am seeing *almost* double frames in all titles. I tell you, Crysis 3 at 5760*1080 in full ultra getting an average of 60-70fps is amazing. Now, truth be told I did do the firmware unlock on both these cards to bring them to 6970 firmware and then overclocked the gpu core to 970mhz, partially why these cards are so screaming fast.

With the newest AMD drivers I am not seeing any screen tearing or glitches in my games from the crossfire/eyefinity.

Now, why the -1 star?
I'm a stickler for noise, and while gaming these cards get a bit noisy. Along side my h100i with sp-120 quiet fans and af-140 case fans, these things are the only thing I hear, and it bothers me to no end.
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