Sapphire Radeon HD 6950: Have you been wondering how the AMD Radeon HD 6900 "Cayman" graphics cards are running under Linux? After all, Cayman is quite different from the rest of the Radeon HD 6000 "Northern Island" GPUs and its open-source Linux support came much later.
eteknix.com: The Radeon 6950 is classed as one of the best bang for buck cards on the market, giving a good balance of performance while keeping a few pennies in the bank at the same time. Due to this, it instantly became a hit with consumers and they flocked out to buy them in abundance.
techpowerup.com: HIS Radeon HD 6950 is a new option in the $300 upper midrange graphics card segment. It has enough power to play the latest titles in Full HD resolution. Thanks to improved geometry and tesselation engines it also promises to deliver increased performance in latest titles compared to the Radeon HD 5870.
eteknix.com: The 6950 gives us a view of a tried and tested method with slightly improved performance, more memory and some newer features to appeal to the mass market. HIS show us exactly how it's meant to be done with their offering of the 6950 to the market and with a launch happening just before Christmas, it gives AMD the chance to confuse consumers by offering the latest technology for the best possible price.
hardwaresecrets.com: AMD released yesterday their latest high-end video card series, the Radeon HD 6900. Let's take a look at the two models that were released, the Radeon HD 6950 and the Radeon HD 6970.
legitreviews.com: We knew coming into this review that AMD's Radeon HD 6970 video card wouldn't be able to beat out the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 and we know that will upset many of the AMD fans that have been waiting for this card. AMD told us that NVIDIA would have them beat when it comes to single card performance, but that they would have a much better price point.