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ASUS HD7770 Direct CU Crossfire Review
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Written by Danrok   
Monday, 05 March 2012 20:02


Today we are bringing to you a very interesting review on dual-graphics performance from the latest cards from ASUS and the latest AMD 28nm chipset 7770. Previous DIRECT CU cards have proven to be incredibly good performers for the price and these new cards from ASUS shouldn’t be any different. These cards feature their Direct CU thermal solution which has been very popular on all chipset cards. With that said let’s take a look at the basic features of these new cards from the chipset fabs of AMD and the engineeers of ASUS.

Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 OC WindForce review
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Written by Danrok   
Friday, 24 February 2012 17:37

From Guru of 3D:

AMD recently launched their 28nm GPUs, the result is obviously the 7000 series product. All the way on top is the 7900 series, armed with a GPU codenamed Tahiti, the release of which was received quite positively on the market.

Today in the spotlight we have Gigabyte, they are releasing customized 7900 models. Specifically today we will test the Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 OC (WindForce) edition. It's a fully fledged R7970 on a customized PCB, it comes factory overclocked for you and next to that they applied their popular WindForce cooler, the one that has a cool number of three active fans. The results are pretty impressive as you'll find out, that factory overclock boils down to a default clock frequency of 1000 MHz on the GPU core. Next to that the WindForce cooler is able to keep the product under 65 Degrees C, and that's under full load and stress.

HIS Radeon HD 7750 iCooler review
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Written by Danrok   
Friday, 17 February 2012 15:06

From Guru3D:

AMD released new entry level graphics cards. The codename for the GPU empowering these cards is is 'Cape Verde', and the graphics cards deriving from it are the Radeon HD 7750 and 7770 One GHz edition. This is not a refresh, it is a completely new GPU based on the same technology that powers the R7900 series, the GCN architecture.

Sapphire Radeon 7950 Overclocked vs 7970 OC vs GTX 580 Overclocked vs 6970 Overclocked
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 17:57

From Hardware Heaven:

Back at the beginning of December when AMD first started talking to journalists about their new graphics architecture the focus was very much on the 7970, although the 7950 was mentioned also. It seemed like AMD were on course to launch both cards at the same time, in early January but some last minute changes to the launch meant that the 7970 got a pre-Christmas launch, partner 7970's got a pre-CES launch but the 7950 was nowhere to be seen. There are numerous rumours about why the 7950 was delayed, some "official" that AMD wanted to give it a launch of its own and others about supply issues.

NVIDIA - "We expected more from Radeon HD 7900"
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 25 January 2012 17:53

From Nordic Hardware:

NVIDIA has been surprisingly absent from the graphics card market so far, where competitor AMD is rolling out new cards made with 28nm GPUs. While it is still officially quiet from NVIDIA, spokespersons have revealed that they expected more from AMD.

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