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Testseek.co.uk have collected 64 expert reviews of the AMD Radeon HD 7950 3GB GDDR5 PCIe and the average rating is 88%. Scroll down and see all reviews for AMD Radeon HD 7950 3GB GDDR5 PCIe.
Award: Editor’s Choice February 2012
February 2012


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The editors liked

  • Amazing GPU core overclocking
  • Good cooling
  • Great performance especially at Highres
  • Quiet (when fan below 40%)
  • Good looking design
  • Black PCB
  • Decent price
  • Excellent overclocking performance
  • Impressive power
  • Saving tech
  • Jump in performance on old generation
  • Improved standby energy consumption with ZeroCore Power
  • Quiet in idle
  • DirectX 11.1 compatible

The editors didn't like

  • Similar price point to the GTX580
  • Loud fan above 40%
  • Deafening at 100%
  • Only one DVI port
  • It's not a HD7970
  • Artificially low base clocks
  • 3D energy consumption is relatively high

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  Published: 2012-08-16, Author: Koen Crijns , review by: uk.hardware.info

  • Abstract:  If you've followed the news (hardware-related news, that is) in the past week, you couldn't possibly have missed the announcement by AMD that they've made a new BIOS available . This new BIOS is specifically designed for Radeon HD 7950 cards, and adds a...

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  Published: 2012-02-22, review by: digitalversus.com

  • Jump in performance on old generation, Improved standby energy consumption with ZeroCore Power, Quiet in idle, DirectX 11.1 compatible
  • 3D energy consumption is relatively high
  • AMD is marketing a decent graphics card here, a product that is both rapid and with low energy consumption. Nevertheless, you're paying a high price for innovation here and it would no doubt be wise to wait for the competition to catch up and bring the...

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  Published: 2012-02-03, Author: Mike Jennings , review by: pcpro.co.uk

  • Superb speed at a slightly more palatable price than the HD 7970, but it's still on the expensive side for most gamers...

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  Published: 2012-01-31, review by: vortez.co.uk

  • Amazing GPU core overclocking, Good cooling, Great performance especially at Highres, Quiet (when fan below 40%), Good looking design, Black PCB,
  • Similar price point to the GTX580, Loud fan above 40%, deafening at 100%, Only one DVI port, It's not a HD7970
  • The little brother to the HD7970 is here. The HD7950 is a great piece of hardware that almost matches it's big brother for performance and in some cases even beats it when overclocked. Going back a year or so we were amazed at the HD6990 dual GPU card...

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  Published: 2012-01-31, Author: Dave James , review by: techradar.com

  • Decent price, Excellent overclocking performance, Impressive power, saving tech
  • Artificially low base clocks

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  Published: 2012-12-11, Author: Scott Wasson , review by: Techreport.com

  • Abstract:  You may be interested to see the side-by-side high-speed videos we captured of our Skyrim test scenario, which illustrates the differences in smoothness between the 7950 and GTX 660 Ti.Let's pick up where we left off. Last week, we published a rematch of ...

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  Published: 2012-08-17, review by: guru3d.com

  • Abstract:  Radeon HD 7950 Boost - A little Bump 'n Grind Update In very simple wording, if your graphics card is allowed to use up-to 150 Watt the core frequency will be increased up-to a certain threshold until that 150 Watt margin has been reached, that means...

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  Published: 2012-08-16, review by: Bit-Tech.net

  • Our hands are a little tied as far as making a firm conclusion goes, as we're minus a definite price for UK and US shores. Assuming the rough figure we have putting the Radeon HD 7950 3GB With Boost at between £20 and £40 more than a reference Radeon H...

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  Published: 2012-08-14, review by: techpowerup.com

  • Abstract:  AMD's Radeon HD 7950 was introduced in January 2012. The GPU was the second design using the company's Graphics Core Next shader architecture and was, also, one of the first with the 28 nanometer production process.Now AMD has released a BIOS update th...

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  Published: 2012-08-13, review by: pcper.com

  • There is not much to dive into here other than we see the more or less expected performance differences associated with the clock jump to 850 MHz as well as a bit more for the boost speeds up to 925 MHz. AMD claims that the prices of the Radeon HD 7950...

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