A Warhorse of a card! Huge power at reasonable cost.
5 November 2014
Summary: Easily the best GPU that I have ever had, I admit that I was leery of ATI at first being a die-hard NVIDIA fan for so long. That being said this card has incredible graphics and can truly perform well and max out all my programs. Not bad for a 4 year old card.
Summary: Takes gaming to the next level and dual graphic card better than one. played all the games at max. ATI was the first with a single slot dual videocard on the market. Just can not say enough about the card and remember make sure your power supply is up to the task.
Summary: I installed this video card in a new PC I built to be used with iRacing driving simulation software. I compared this card to the HD 5870. This 5970 is basically a two GPU version of the HD 5870, but with the two GPU chips throttled down.
Summary: ok so i bet your thinking but this is the most badass card on the market but let me explain if you do not have a at least a 30inch display or multi-monitor setup you will bottle neck the card save your money buy a gtx480 or a 5870 really you will thank me but if you have a huge multi-monitor setup...
Summary: If you want the absolute best that's out there right now then look no further. This beast was installed on a Windows 7 64 Bit platform with the latest AMD drivers. Using the new Intel i7 6 core CPU, 12GB of DDR3 memory and an X58 Mainboard. The install was smooth and seamless.
Summary: Best video card out PERIOD! High priced but thats what high end computer parts cost. Runs everthing on MAX. Would recomend this card over other makes for the warrentee, overclock tool, looks,and low failure rate. (only 1.8%)
Summary: For a single card it doesn't get any better than XFX's Black Edition. The card screams, is not excessively loud when cranked up, and actually remains fairly cool paired with my NZXT Phantom case 7 fan setup.