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AMD Radeon HD 7950 Reviews

Looking for hardware reviews on the new AMD Radeon HD 7950? OpenBenchmarking.org's Cekora Engine has found some.

AMD Radeon HD 7950 Reviews:

anandtech.com: Announced late last month and shipping 3 weeks ago, AMD kicked off the 28nm generation with a bang with their Radeon HD 7970. Combining TSMC?s new 28nm HKMG process with AMD?s equally new Graphics Core Next Architecture, AMD finally took back the single-GPU performance crown for the first time since 2010 with an all-around impressive flagship video card.

benchmarkreviews.com: Benchmark Reviews recently took a look at XFX's R7970 Black Edition Double Dissipation version of AMD's new top-end Tahiti-based video cards. It's the fastest single-GPU video card we've ever tested, but the $600.00 price was a little hard to take, especially with NVIDIA's GTX580 widely available for more than $100 less. Today XFX has supplied us with the next step down the Tahiti line, the R7950 Black Edition Double Dissipation.

bit-tech.net: Well, we suppose there was only so long AMD and Nvidia could keep making graphics cards before they had to start recycling names, although we suspect AMD?s latest addition to its line-up, the Radeon HD 7950 3GB, might just have the performance advantage over Nvidia?s six year old GeForce 7950 GT 512MB.

eteknix.com: With AMD launching the 7950 today, XFX have released their Overclocked Black Edition card and we take a first glance at what it has to offer.

hardocp.com: The new Radeon HD 7950 marks the launch of AMD's more affordable Radeon HD 7900 series GPU. The Radeon HD 7950 is priced to compete with the GeForce GTX 580. We'll look at performance in comparison to several video cards in single-GPU, dual-GPU CrossFireX, Eyefinity, and Overclocking to see where it truly lands.

hardwareheaven.com: Regardless of the reason for its "late" arrival the 7950 launches today and one of our launch day cards is Sapphires 7950 Overclock. With a custom PCB and cooler this factory overclocked card has two different BIOS profiles and is without doubt one of the more interesting models available. We will be putting it up against overclocked versions of the GTX 580 3GB, 7970 and 6970 to find out how each performs on Intel i7/X79 @ 5.0GHz.

hardwaresecrets.com: The new Radeon HD 7950, which is being released today, is a more affordable version of the Radeon HD 7970. Let's check its performance and see if it is a good choice for users looking for a high-end video card.

legitreviews.com: After spending some time with the AMD Radeon HD 7950 we found it to be to be a very capable graphics card that was hands down faster than the AMD Radeon HD 6970/6950 from the previous generation. From our performance numbers it looks like the AMD Radeon HD 7950 should have no problem beating the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 video card and as you saw in our test results it was even able to beat out the EVGA GeForce GTX 580 Classified in a number of benchmarks...

modders-inc.com: With the HD 7970 already claiming the King of the Hill title, you know that the title comes a tall price tag. So if you are like me and know you can get some of that awesome speed and features for less money then you need to look at the SAPPHIRE HD 7950 OC.

neoseeker.com: Just a month ago AMD released the fastest single GPU solution available, the Radeon HD 7970 utilizing AMD's Generation Core next (GCN) architecture which sported the first 28nm GPU on the market, and also the first to support DirectX 11.1. Today we are continuing our look at the Northern Islands graphics cards with the next iteration in the series, the HD 7950.

overclockersclub.com: The 7 series cards from AMD were officially launched right before CES, with plenty of fanfare and early performance numbers on paper a couple weeks earlier. This time around, AMD chose not to repeat the paper launch and instead, has decided to go with a hard launch today to introduce the second card in the HD 7900 series product stack, the HD 7950. Equipped with all of the features of AMD's Southern Islands (Tahiti) Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture which include Zero Core Power, PCIe 3.0, DX 11, AMD Powerplay technology, and a shrink to AMDs 28 nm process, the HD 7950 looks to impress and follow on the performance delivered by the HD 7970. Right out of the gate, we have a pair of cards that come factory overclocked and with improved cooling to help deliver both a cooler-running GPU and one that is much quieter than the traditional squirrel cage fan design used on the AMD's reference design cards. Both Sapphire and XFX have sent out their factory overclocked cards that come with clock speeds of 900 MHz on

pcper.com: It has been just over a month since we first got our hands on the AMD Southern Islands architecture in the form of the Radeon HD 7970 3GB graphics card. It was then a couple of long weeks as we waited for the consumer to get the chance to buy that same hardware though we had to admit that the $550+ price tags were scaring many away. Originally we were going to have both the Radeon HD 7970 and the Radeon HD 7950 in our hands before January 9th, but that didn't pan out and instead the little brother was held in waiting a bit longer.

rage3d.com: The AMD Radeon HD 7950 is here, continuing to put pressure on the GeForce GTX 580 at it's new lower price by being faster, again. Check out AMD's Tahiti Pro and how it overclocks - 1.2Ghz on air? Sure.

tbreak.com: Often times AMD and Nvidia release their flagship GPUs with the launch of a new series of graphics card, but it?s the one under the newly crowned king that people most look forward to, the price/performance champion of the people. And in between all the festivities, we usually tend to overlook the middle sibling, the one who sits smack in the middle of the mid-range champion and the performance king. Today marks the launch of one such card, the AMD HD 7950.

techpowerup.com: Today AMD released their new Radeon HD 7950, the second card to be based on AMD's GCN shader architecture. Compared to its bigger brother, the HD 7970, the card comes with less shaders and reduced clock speeds. Other features have remained the same, like 3 GB memory, improved power consumption and support for EyeFinity.

Find more on the Radeon HD 7950 with an OpenBenchmarking.org search.

This is a post from the OpenBenchmarking.org Blog. AMD Radeon HD 7950 Reviews was posted in Product Launches on Tuesday, 31 January 2012.

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