Posts Tagged ‘7970’

After reviewing Haswell and a few GTX 770 cards, we noticed that there may have been something wrong with a few of our HD 7970 game results used for comparisons. The results in question were Battlefield 3, Civilization 5, and DiRT 3 using the MSI HD7970.

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Today I finally get a chance to bring you something new… Ok, that was a really bad joke as most all of us know we are really in the middle of nowhere here on “new” cards coming out from both camps. That said, I bring to you another 7970, from MSI, dubbed the HD 7970 TwinFrozr III OC Boost Edition. This card boasts MSI’s TwinFrozr III cooler, as well as having the new ‘boost clock’ from AMD. Let’s see how it stacked up against another 7970 and its peers on the Nvidia side.

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Arctic is one of the most well-known manufacturers of heatsinks for both graphics cards and processors, as well as a popular producer of thermal paste and case fans. In this review we will be looking at Arctic’s flagship air graphics heatsink, the Accelero Xtreme 7970.

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In the land of overclockers, where gamers lie. Two GPUs were forged by AMD, one card to find them. One card to rule them all and in the darkness bind them.

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Did I say flagship when we reviewed the ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II TOP? Apparently I should have said flagship…for now. The Matrix HD 7970 Platinum Edition is clocked even higher (1100 MHz!) and has even more features that make it the new flagship. The embargo on this beastly hardware lifts today and we’re right here to bring it to you!

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Flagship. It’s word that embodies everything that ASUS is trying to do with their HD 7970 DirectCU II TOP graphics card. Does it qualify for that title? Read on and let’s find out together!

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In what seems to be sort of a ‘hey, we’re still here!’ moment, AMD is celebrating the six month anniversary of its HD 7970 GPU with a refresh. They’re raising the GPU and memory clockspeeds on the reference card and releasing the AMD HD 7970 GHz Edition. They are also touting the new capabilities of some game partnerships as well as the improved coding of their Catalyst drivers for the entire 7xxx product stack.

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Graphics Core Next is here. Come with us on a journey to see how AMD’s new HD 7970 stacks up against the competition.

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