AMD Radeon 7950 Testübersicht
Veröffentlicht am: 31.01.2012 11:09:26

Hier eine Übersicht der heutigen AMD Radeon 7950 Testberichte:

Golem: Radeon HD 7950 im Test: Die Grafikkarte der Vernunft zum unvernünftigen Preis
Satte 449 Euro will AMD für die Radeon HD 7950. AMDs neue Grafikkarte schlägt in den meisten Tests die nur etwas teurere GTX 580 von Nvidia. Dank beachtlichem Übertaktungspotenzial ist sie sogar die bessere Wahl im Vergleich zur Radeon HD 7970. (Radeon HD 7950, PC)

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Gamestar: Sparsame High-End-Grafikkarte
AMD empfiehlt einen Verkaufspreis von 420 Euro für die Radeon HD 7950 und positioniert diese damit als zweite High-End-Grafikkarte der Radeon-HD-7000-Serie und knapp über der Geforce GTX 580 (400 Euro) und unterhalb der Radeon HD 7970 (500 Euro). Die geringeren Anschaffungskosten im Gegensatz zur HD 7970 dürften die HD 7950 für die mehr Spieler interessanter machen als das aktuelle Spitzenmodell. Beide basieren auf AMDs neuer 28-nm-Architektur Graphics Core Next und arbeiten dementsprechend energieeffizient.

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Toms Hardware: AMD Radeon HD 7950 im Test: Nvidias GeForce GTX 580 im Visier
Die Radeon HD 7970 ist schnell, mit 500 Euro aber nicht billig. Heute bringt AMD eine preiswertere Schwesterkarte mit GCN-Architektur. Mit Standardtakt weist sie die GeForce GTX 580 oft in die Schranken ? und sie lässt sich hervorragend übertakten.Mehr zum ThemaAMD Radeon HD 7970 im Test: Powerprotz mit PaperlaunchFotostrecke: Die 23 besten Grafikkarten aller ZeitenRadeon HD 7970 - Übertaktung, Stromverbrauch und die mögliche Streuung der Chip-Qualität im TestDie besten Grafikkarten fürs Geld: Januar 2012Die besten Grafikkarten fürs Geld: Januar 2012

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PC Games Hardware: Radeon HD 7950 - Ist Tahiti Pro besser als Nvidias GTX 580?
Erneut schickt uns AMD aufs sonnige Tahiti: Mit der Radeon HD 7950 startet heute die zweite Grafikkarte mit GCN-Architektur (Graphics Core Next). Die kleine Schwester der Radeon HD 7970 (PCGH-Test der HD 7970) hat es trotz hardwareseitiger Einschnitte faustdick hinter den Ohren. Was die Radeon HD 7950 in den Disziplinen Spieleleistung, Stromverbrauch, Lautheit und mehr leistet, klärt unser Test der HD 7950. In der Print-Ausgabe 04 (7.3.2012) legen wir mit ausführlichen Retailkarten-Tests kräftig nach. Der Proband ist übrigens eine waschechte High-End-Grafikkarte: AMDs unverbindliche Preisempfehlung für die Radeon HD 7950 beträgt 449 Euro (Straßenpreis laut AMD: 419 Euro) - ein Revier, das bislang von Nvidias Fermi-Flaggschiff Geforce GTX 580 beherrscht wurde. Der Gegner ist damit gefunden ... aber auch geschlagen?

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HT4U: PowerColor Radeon HD 7950 PCS+ im Test
Mit der PowerColor Radeon HD 7950 PCS+ rückt der Grafikkarten-Spezialist mit neuen Modellen in den Highend-Markt vor. Ein eigenes Platinen-Layout, übertaktete Grafikchips und ein neues Kühlsystem versprechen frischen Wind im Gaming-Bereich. AMD kann mit einer eigenen Referenz bereits starke Vorgaben machen – doch wie schlägt sich PowerColor?

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HT4U: Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 OC mit Dual-Fan im Test
Die Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 OC ist eine weitere übertaktete Alternative mit eigenem PCB-Design und Dual-Fan-Kühler. Sie arbeitet 900 MHz GPU-Takt, somit 100 MHz mehr als die AMD-Referenzvorgabe und immerhin noch 20 MHz höher als beim Wettbewerber PowerColor. Der Kühler ist ein alter bekannter. Im Laufe des letzten Jahres hatte Sapphire immer wieder einmal Spiele-Editionen seiner Grafikkarten im Angebot, bei welchen dann dieser Dual-Fan-Kühler in ähnlicher Form zum Einsatz kam.

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HardwareLuxx: AMD Radeon HD 7950
Ursprünglich für den 9. Januar geplant, verschob AMD den Start der Radeon HD 7950 auf den heutigen Tag - laut eigener Aussage soll so ausreichende Verfügbarkeit gewährleistet werden. Aus diesem Grund sind vermutlich auch gleich mehrere Hersteller in der Lage, eigene Kühllösungen auf der Radeon HD 7950 zu verbauen. Die ersten Modelle haben wir uns in einem gesonderten Artikel genauer angeschaut. AMD zeigt sich ohnehin sehr flexibel, wenn es um den Launch neuer Produkte geht. Die Radeon HD 7970 (Hardwareluxx-Artikel) zog man vom 9. Januar 2012 auf den 22. Dezember 2011 vor. Dies alles ist aber nur noch ein Nebengeräusch, denn heute will AMD mit der Radeon HD 7950 auch in der oberen Mittelklasse mit der "Southern Island"-Generation einsteigen. Wie auch schon bei der Radeon-HD-6900-Serie unterscheiden sich die beiden schnellsten Single-GPU-Karten nur in einigen wenigen Details.

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TweakPC: Radeon HD 7950 - Referenzdesign vs XFX Black Edition
Nachdem AMD den Launch der Radeon HD 7970 zunächst vorgezogen hat und wir kurze Zeit später die derzeit schnellste Single-GPU-Grafikkarte, die XFX Radeon HD 7970 Black Edition getestet haben, hat AMD nun mit etwas Verzögerung auch die kleinere Ausgabe der neuen High End Serie mit "Tahiti" GPU, die Radeon HD 7950 zum Launch frei gegeben. Anders als bei der Radeon HD 7970, bei der zunächst nur das Referenzdesign von AMD der Öffentlichkeit präsentiert wurde, gibt es beim Launch der Radeon HD 7950 direkt das volle Programm.

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Hartware: AMD Radeon HD 7950
Ursprünglich wollte AMD seine neue Generation von High-End Grafikkarten am 9. Januar 2012 einführen, aber Pläne ändern sich... die offizielle Vorstellung der Radeon HD 7970 wurde auf Weihnachten 2011 vorgezogen und die etwas bei den Spezifikationen abgespeckte Radeon HD 7950 auf Ende Januar verschoben. Heute nun soll die 7950 in den Handel kommen und eine interessante Alternative für all diejenigen darstellen, die eine neue Top-Grafikkarte mit den neuesten Features suchen, aber nicht soviel Geld wie für eine 7970 ausgeben wollen.
Hartware.net hat das Referenzmodell der Radeon HD 7950 von AMD unter die Lupe genommen.

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Englischsprachige Tests:

Vortez: XFX DD R7950 Review
The R7950 retains the standard clock speed of the HD7950 but what makes the card different from the 'stock' HD7950 at first glance is the cooler. The GOST cooler really is a thing of beauty and while I do not wish to pre-empt it's ability, if looks are anything to go by, this card will be one seriously cool customer. Looks however can be deceiving and none were this more so than with the XFX R7950. While the clock speeds may remain the same, the card is far from being a reference design. The PCB as we will see is very different from the stock design as it features XFX's 'X' features of both power management, cooling and on-board components which make this card truly 'custom'.

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Vortez: PowerColor PCS+ HD7950
The PCS+ HD7950 represents over a decade's worth of experience at the pinnacle of GPU design and manufacturer. Of course AMD can take a lot of the credit but we have seen in the past that even the fastest GPU is pointless without a solid, well engineered platform. PowerColor offer this foundation with their GOLD power kit and Professional Cooling system to make the HD7950 into something rather special.

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The Tech Report: AMD's Radeon HD 7950 graphics processor
After retaking the single-GPU performance crown with the Radeon HD 7970, AMD has returned with a cheaper 7950 variant that's nearly as fast. We explore how the 7950's gaming performance compares to the competition before overclocking the thing to nearly 1200MHz.

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Benchmark Reviews: XFX Radeon R7950 Black Edition Video Card
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.

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Vortez: AMD HD7950 'Tahiti Pro' Review
The Pro version of the AMD graphics card range appeal more to the budget conscious. Of course, being a top of the line GPU, the HD7950 will be anything but cheap but if it can hold its own against the more expensive (and more powerful) HD7970 without making too many sacrifices then the HD7950 is sure to appeal to the market and if it overclocks only half as well as the HD7970 then you will be getting HD7970 performance for less outlay.

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OCC: XFX & Sapphire HD 7950 3GB Review
At stock speeds it offers predictable performance that is well ahead of previous generation parts and in just about every game ahead of NVIDIA's current high end parts. As an upgrade, the current pricing puts it in line with the GTX 580 which it of course beats hands down. Add in Eyefinity capabilities with a single card and the HD 7950 is a card that is a perfect upgrade path for those looking for top end performance but have a hard time shelling out $600 for the top line product. Even just less than $500 the HD 7950 is not a value proposition. Performance at stock and overclocked speeds make the XFX Black Edition Double Dissipation and Sapphire Overclocked Edition HD 7950 video card as potent upgrades to enjoy the latest games. Good looks, Custom cooling and PCB, Awesome performance, and more are good enough reasons to move to the HD 7900 series from Sapphire or XFX.

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Techwarelabs: Sapphire 7950 Overclocked Edition Video Card Review
With the release of the new Radeon 79xx series cards we may have witnessed a change in graphics King. The 7970 is without a doubt currently the performance king. The problem is priced anywhere from $579 for the standard edition 7970 to over $800 for an overclocked version you have a card that few but the affluent can afford. Into the Sapphire 7950 Overclock Edition an enthusiast level graphics card more than capable of rendering any game you want to play even in Eyefinity (as we will demonstrate) for a mere $480 or lower. This puts it in a much more affordable and thus more appealing category.

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Tweaktown: XFX Radeon HD 7950 Black Edition Double Dissipation 3GB Review
Like the HD 6950, we hope today that the AMD Radeon HD 7950 comes in at that same strong price point and performance level that makes it such an attractive option for people who want some serious GPU power, but don't want to quite spend the money that's associated with buying the highest end single GPU offering.

Today is of course all about the HD 7950 and the particular one is the brand new Black Edition Double Dissipation model from XFX. This isn't the first time we've see the Black Edition Double D name as we saw XFX launch the HD 7970 Black Edition Double Dissipation 3GB on January 9th.

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Modders Inc: Sapphire HD 7950 OC Graphics Card
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.

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Legit Reviews: AMD Radeon HD 7950 & XFX R7950 Black Edition Video Card Review
AMD has finally released Radeon HD 7950, which happens to be the cut-down version of the Radeon HD 7970 graphics card that hit the streets on January 9th, 2012. The AMD Radeon HD 7950 graphics card is based on the same 'Tahiti' core architecture that is used on the Radeon HD 7970, but some has less features and lower clock speeds. Read on to see how the Radeon HD 7950 performs!

"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..."

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KitGuru: XFX HD7950 Black Edition Overlocked Review
Today AMD release their new HD7950 graphics card, tackling the GTX580 headon at the same price point.

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KitGuru: Sapphire HD7950 Overlock Edition Crossfire Review
AMD launch their latest graphics card today the high end HD7950. We have analysed several partner products already this morning and in this particular review we will focus on the custom Sapphire card, which is supplied in an overclocked state with proprietary two fan cooling solution.

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KitGuru: HIS HD7950 Review
Today we have multiple reviews of cards from various partners, including XFX and Sapphire. This particular review however focuses on the latest offering from HIS which is supplied at AMDs reference clock speeds, featuring a modified cooler.

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PureOverclock: Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 OC
Hello, PureOverclock has published our latest review, it is of the Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 OC graphics card.

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Neoseeker: PowerColor, Sapphire, XFX HD 7950 Review
Our launch coverage of the Radeon HD 7950 continues with a three-way roundup of cards from PowerColor, Sapphire and XFX. Unlike the reference model we just reviewed, these cards get all the fancy fixings for an additional $30-50 at most compared to AMD's stock offering. They're definitely making something good even better, but how much better? Hit our roundup to find out!

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Neoseeker: AMD Radeon HD 7950 Launch Review
The AMD Radeon HD 7970's kid brother isn't some pint-sized runt, as this single GPU bad boy still packs one mean punch. Yet at $449, the Radeon HD 7950 isn't exactly mid-range either. The HD 7950 takes us to round two for AMD's GCN architecture, now hit our review to see how it stacks against NVIDIA's best.

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OC3D: Overkill 3D - HD7950 Quadfire
Overclock3D have just published a new article titled: Overkill 3D - HD7950 Quadfire. We always like to have a crack at some lunatic results here at OC3D, and the HD7950 is no different.

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Hi Tech Legion: Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 3GB DDR5 Overclocked Version DX11.1 Video Card Review
The Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 Overclocked Edition pumps up the original stock model. The HD 7950 OC Edition comes with a factory overclock with the core set to 900MHz. Also included is Sapphire's new dual-extractor technology, or Dual-X. The Dual-X is a secondary cooler with an efficient multi-heatpipe design and dual fans. This improved cooler keeps the card cooler and quieter under idle and load conditions. Onboard is 3GB of fast DDR5 memory with an effective clock speed of 5Gb/s. Features of the new 7950 remain in tact, such as the new Graphics Core Next, or GCN. This is AMD's term for their new 28nm architecture.

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PC Perspective: AMD Radeon HD 7950 3GB Graphics Card Review
Today we are reviewing that sibling, the Radeon HD 7950 3GB GPU that offers basically the same technology and feature set with a slightly diminished core and a matching, slightly diminished price. In truth I don't think that the estimated MSRP of $449 is going to really capture that many more hearts than the $549 price of the HD 7970 did, but AMD is hoping that they can ride their performance advantage to as many profits as they can while they wait for NVIDIA to properly react.

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Hardware Secrets: AMD Radeon HD 7950 Video Card Review
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.

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OC3D: Sapphire HD7950 Overclock Edition Review
Overclock3D have just published a new article titled: Sapphire HD7950 Overclock Edition Review. Fancy a HD7950 that's truly blazingly fast? Welcome to the Overclocked Edition from Sapphire.

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HardwareHeaven.com: Sapphire Radeon 7950 Overclock Edition vs 7970 OC vs GTX 580 OC vs 6970 OC Review
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.

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HardwareHeaven.com: XFX Radeon HD 7950 Black Edition Graphics Card Review
XFX are back with the 7950 Black Edition, another 7900 series product which features a custom design and factory overclock. We will be putting it up against the GTX 580, 7970 and 6970 in a selection of real world tests, including Battlefield 3 and Star Wars: The Old Republic to find out whether it impresses.

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HardwareHeaven.com: HIS Radeon HD 7950 CrossFire Graphics Card Review
To complete the set of 7950 articles for today we have a HIS system set up and configured on an i7/X79 build and will be looking at CrossFire performance of AMD's new card in a selection of games which include Battlefield 3 and Star Wars: The Old Republic at resolutions up to 5760x1080 (Eyefinity).

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HotHardware.com: AMD Radeon HD 7950 Tahiti Pro DirectX 11 GPU Review
At the time of the Radeon HD 7970's announcement, we knew the Radeon HD 7950 would be based on the same GPU and that it would arrive a few weeks after the 7970, but its final specifications and price point hadn't been disclosed.

As it turns out, we've had a couple of the cards in-house for a little while now and can finally reveal all of the juicy details. AMD has also provided a fresh set of drivers which reportedly enhance the performance of the 7900-Series cards, so we recorded another set of scores with the 7970 using the updated drivers to show how much additional performance AMD was able to wring out of its newest GPU in the few weeks since we last took a look at it...

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Hardware Canucks: XFX HD 7950 Black Edition Double Dissipation Review
Hardware Canucks is pleased to present our review of the new XFX HD 7950 Black Edition Double Dissipation graphics card.

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Hardware Canucks: Sapphire HD 7950 Dual Fan OC Review
Hardware Canucks is pleased to present our review of the new Sapphire HD 7950 Dual Fan graphics card

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Hardware Canucks: AMD Radeon HD 7950 Review; Tahiti Pro Arrives
Hardware Canucks is pleased to present our review of the new AMD Radeon HD 7950

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OC3D: XFX R7950 Black Edition Review
Overclock3D have just published a new article titled: XFX R7950 Black Edition Review. It's been too long since we've reviewed an XFX card, and we've got their famous Black edition of the 7950 here.

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techPowerUp: PowerColor HD 7950 PCS+ 3 GB
PowerColor's HD 7950 PCS+ is a fully customized version of the HD 7950 with changed PCB and large dual fan cooler. It also comes with an 80 MHz overclock out of the box - at a price premium of $15. Its strongest feat is certainly the greatly reduced noise output when compared to the AMD reference design, making this an excellent low noise high performance solution.

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techPowerUp: AMD Radeon HD 7950 CrossFire
In this review we put two Radeon HD 7950 graphics cards in a dual-GPU CrossFire configuration and test whether this $900 setup is worth its money and how it fares against other alternatives.

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Guru3D: His Radeon 7950 Review
It is time for the second product based of the series 7900 though, the Radeon HD 7950 launches today. AMD took the Tahiti XT GPU sliced away some shader units, clocked it a notch slower and planted it onto a new PCB lined up with a new cooler. Overall the R7950 will not disappoint, good performance, impressive power consumption and great heat and noise levels. But will a 400 EUR pricetag however justify this product ?

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Guru3D: PowerColor Radeon HD 7950 PCS+ review
PowerColor is the first in our line-up of R7950 reviews with a customized model. It is the PCS version that clocks in at a cool 880 MHz on the graphics core with it's memory clocked default at an effective data rate of 5000 MHZ. Armed witha custom cooler it is silent, and even cooler compared to the reference model.

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Guru3D: Radeon HD 7950 Crossfire review 2 and 3-way
We have three Radeon HD 7950 cards in house -- anyone smells Crossfire ? We'll setup these three cards up in multi-GPU mode (two and three-way) clock them standard and test multi-GPU performance -- taking it to the next level, multi-GPU gaming. As if you figured just one card would be interesting, you have no idea what's coming at you with two and three cards. Have a peek at the offering, and then march onward into the review, hihoo Tahiti PRO

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techPowerUp: AMD Radeon HD 7950 3 GB
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.

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OC3D: HIS HD7950 Review
Overclock3D have just published a new article titled: HIS HD7950 Review. Following the success of the HD7970 it's time to take a look at the slightly cut down version, here courtesy of HIS.

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t-brek: AMD HD 7950 Review @ t-break
We have posted a new article, 'AMD HD 7950 Review'

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Tom's Hardware: AMD Radeon HD 7950 Review: Up Against GeForce GTX 580
Is the Radeon HD 7970's $550 asking price too high? AMD now has a less expensive derivative based on the same GCN architecture. At its default clock rates, it's fast enough to outrun Nvidia's GeForce GTX 580 in many benchmarks. And it overclocks like mad

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HardOCP: AMD Radeon HD 7950 Video Card Review
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.

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Anandtech: AMD Radeon HD 7950 Review Feat. Sapphire & XFX: Sewing Up The High-End Market
Announced late last month and shipping 3 weeks ago, AMD kicked off the 28nm generation with a bang with their Radeon HD 7970. Combining TSMCs new 28nm HKMG process with AMDs 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.n HD 7970.

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Techradar: AMD Radeon HD 7950
AMD is really putting the pressure on Nvidia now with its second release of the new AMD HD 7000 graphics card generation, the AMD Radeon HD 7950. Nvidia is still sitting back waiting for the right moment to strike back, but can it recover from these two quick blows?Well, we say quick - it's been well over a month since AMD launched its first card of this generation, the AMD Radeon HD 7970. That was a surprise given that, pre-Christmas, we were expecting both cards to hit the streets at the same time in the first week of January with a possible dual-GPU iteration coming around now.AMD though decided to give its top-of-the-line, £500 AMD HD 7000 card a bit of breathing space at the start of its life, and now that the AMD Radeon HD 7950 is sat here in our labs it's easy to see why its release was delayed.Essentially it's almost as good a card for over £100 less.

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Techradar: Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 OverClock Edition
Sapphire has waded in first with its take on AMD's latest HD 7000 series card, the Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 OverClock edition.Unlike the AMD Radeon HD 7970 there are unlikely to be very many strictly reference models of the Radeon HD 7950. Instead we're more likely to see card manufacturers taking the opportunity to put their own spin on the PCB, clocks and cooling.The HD 7970 was a reference model all the way down the line, with overclocked versions only coming much further down the release schedule. The Radeon HD 7950 though is being freed by AMD to allow manufacturers to do whatever they like right from day one.With the impressive performance of the reference AMD Radeon HD 7950, which we've already seen, any improvement on that is going to be very welcome indeed.And anything that offers even more overclocking potential with this already blazing fast GPU is just dandy in our books.AMD's biggest card manufacturer, Sapphire, has opted to re-design the PCB and has created a new twin-fan cooling solution to sit atop the brand new slice of graphical silicon.Sapphire has also opted to clock its Radeon HD 7950 OverClock edition 100MHz faster than the reference model we've already reviewed.

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Techradar: AMD Radeon HD 7950 launched at last
AMD has finally released its Radeon HD 7950 graphics card to the world, the second tier of the manufacturer's Southern Islands/AMD HD 7000 series cards.Was it worth the wait? Well you will be pleased to know that yes it was?and then some.This new graphics card is based on the same 28nm Graphics Core Next GPU as the AMD Radeon HD 7970, code-named Tahiti. This Tahiti Pro is ever so slightly cut down compared to the HD 7970's Tahiti XT, but the disparity in performance is mostly down to the lower core clockspeed.The AMD Radeon HD 7950 is clocked at a fairly conservative 800MHz compared to the HD 7970's 925MHz.We say conservative as the Tahiti Pro GPU, from all the cards we've seen, is more than capable of topping the 1GHz mark.

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Rage3D: AMD Radeon HD 7950 Launch Review
The end of January brings us the hotly anticipated AMD Radeon HD 7950 graphics card, the second in AMD's new line-up of DirectX 11.1, 28nm GCN architecture products. Using the same GPU core as the world's fastest single-GPU card, the AMD Radeon HD 7970, the HD 7950 offers a little less performance and should go head to head with NVIDIA's current fastest single-GPU card, the GeForce GTX 580. Last generation, the HD 6950 was the sweet spot champion as its $299USD SEP price point offered great stock performance, nice overclocking - and potential unlocking to be a fully-fledged HD 6970.

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VR-Zone: Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 3GB OC Edition
Coming almost a month after the launch of the AMD Radeon 'Tahiti XT' HD 7970 and the 'Graphics Core Next' architecture, the Radeon 'Tahiti Pro' HD 7950 is essentially a stripped down version (87.5%, 1792 out of 2048 Stream Processors) of its more illustrious sibling . The extra lead time and lower TDP requirements has allowed the usual AIB manufacturers to work on non-reference PCB layouts and cooling designs, giving end users more innovation and choice. Today we look at one such offering from Sapphire...

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