Reviews and Problems with XFX HD 7970 Black Edition 3 GB
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XFX Double D HD 7970 GHz Edition Video Card Review
30 October 2012
Summary: With continuous AMD price drops the XFX Double D HD 7970 GHz Edition video card has dropped into line with many of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 670 cards. Find out if the XFX's Double Dissipation technology will excel this video cards overclocking potential when we put it head to head with GeForce GTX 680 and overclocked GeForce GTX 670.
XFX R7970 Double Dissipation Edition and Radeon HD 7970 CrossFireX Performance Review
8 February 2012
Summary: We are going to talk about features, cooling, level of noise, overclocking potential and finally performance of one of the first proprietary graphics cards based on AMD’s fastest GPU. We will also check how fast a CrossFireX configuration of two Radeon HD 7970 graphics cards will turn out in our tests.
Conclusion: XFX knows it is on to a winner with the Radeon HD 7970 GPU. Excellent underlying design and gobs of performance make it the best choice for the enthusiast who's not encumbered with budget constraints, and we'll have to wait until NVIDIA releases its next-gen part, Kepler, at the very least, before AMD's premier GPU is shunted down the pecking order.
Excerpt: The HD 7970 had a bit of a weird launch that was split into two dates, the first one was just days before Christmas Day which I have already expressed my fondness about in our reference card review , that date was all about the reference card unlike today which is not only about cards from AMDs partners, but also the day we'll see them start to hit store shelves.
XFX Radeon HD 7970 3GB Black Edition and CrossFire Results
8 January 2012
Excerpt: We first showed off the power of the new AMD Radeon HD 7970 3GB graphics card in our reference review posted on December 22nd. If you haven't read all about the new Southern Islands architecture and the Tahiti chip that powers the HD 7970 then you should already be clicking the link above to my review to get up to speed. Once you have done so, please return here to continue.
Roundup: the Radeon HD 7970s and 7950s from Asus, HIS, MSI, PowerColor, Sapphire and XFX
9 May 2012
Summary: This report on the first Radeon HD 7900s confirms the fact that their overclocking potential is astonishingly high for high-end models. We noted gains in GPU clocks of up to 30% for Radeon HD 7970 models and up to 47% for Radeon HD 7950s in comparison to their reference clocks! Even without any increase in GPU voltage, overclocking gains were 24 and 28% respectively. The gains in memory clock are also impressive with increases of up to 48%!
XFX HD 7970 3GB Black Edition Double Dissipation Review
6 February 2012
Conclusion: The HD 7970 has proven itself to be one of the post popular graphics cards in the post holiday buying season and with good reason. It is efficient, soundly beats NVIDIA’s incumbent flagship and While availability is still touch and go, AMD’s board partners have stepped up to the plate with some unique designs and as usual XFX wants to lead the pack.