Reviews and Problems with XFX Radeon HD7950 (FX-795A-TNFC)
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Fruatrating, problematic, but solvable for the most part.
Cameron Williams, Amazon
10 April 2015
Summary: One fan is defective and the memory appears to be faulty as well, was constantly crashing when watching videos due to poor RAM timing on the card. managed to fix the issues was still highly frustrating for the first few weeks.
Summary: Worked for 2 days, then made a popping noise and smelled up the room. After this, it was dead. Luckily, XFX honored their warranty and replaced it with a R9 280X, basically a slightly faster version of the same card.
Summary: Not the fastest card in town especially for the price but I needed this a particular item for a friends build and he HAD to have this card. Of course it was over priced for the performance but customer gets what customer wants.
Summary: This card has decent performance for mining but the cooling is bad, I have to run several fans blowing into the existing fan to keep it at a decent temperature, and the stupid metal stickers on the fan hubs will shift over time and throw the fans off balance.
Fast for the Money - But loud and questionable drivers
GIJoeMyGoodness "-Electronics Geek. And a Dad. :)", Amazon
4 June 2013
Summary: After a lot of playing with it, I've sent this card back. I hope I don't regret it because it had an amazing value. I was able to max out almost every game I played at 1080P which is amazing for the price of this unit.
Summary: While this card is killer. And takes anythign i throw at it its 2 fans ar lacking the abilit yto cool the card. I have had many times where the video starts flashing and getting blocky the machine starts acting up. I really wish they xfx had done a better job at cooling this card.