Reviews and Problems with Sapphire RADEON HD 7950 OC
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22 August 2012
Summary: My feelings are a little bit mixed with what's going on here today with the HD 7950 and its new "Boost" function. The problem is clearly caused by AMD, though, who continue to offer the original HD 7970.
Summary: As far as the Sapphire HD 7950 goes there's nothing here that is going to blow your mind. This is just another HD 7950 that comes in at that $459 price point, and while a little boring compared to some of the other HD 7950s we've looked including the original Sapphire offering, this is still a...
Summary: I'm not surprised with what we're seeing here today. After having tested the new AMD Radeon HD 7000 series in a number of ways, the fact that we're seeing 100% gains under CrossFire doesn't shock me one bit.
Conclusion: If you liked AMD's Radeon HD 7950, you'll absolutely love Sapphire's custom-cooled and factory-overclocked derivative. Available at launch for a £25 premium, the OC variant improves on AMD's reference design by increasing performance, lowering noise levels, drastically reducing temperatures and...