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    Lightbulb ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    The international website www.techarp.com reveals the specifications of the ATI upcoming 7 series. It shows that the 7 series will be only 28nm processor fabrication which will dynamically reduce the card temperature and power consumption level. Where a Cayman series card (6900 series) consumes over 200 watt, there the premium level card 7850 will use only 90 watt while surpassing the performance level of currently market dominating 6950. Check it out!
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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    I doubt anyone's even concerned about power requirements when going for these cards, I want more on by how much it surpasses the 6950 though

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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    Quote Originally Posted by Infracted View Post
    The international website www.techarp.com reveals the specifications of the ATI upcoming 7 series. It shows that the 7 series will be only 28nm processor fabrication which will dynamically reduce the card temperature and power consumption level. Where a Cayman series card (6900 series) consumes over 200 watt, there the premium level card 7850 will use only 90 watt while surpassing the performance level of currently market dominating 6950. Check it out!
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    its gonna be another finomenal hype from AMD!!!...either they will just fail to keep the power consumption at that level or they will need to cut the number of shaders at the eleventh hour what they did with the 68xx/69xx......
    Last edited by @nonymous™; October 31st, 2011 at 02:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    I doubt anyone's even concerned about power requirements when going for these cards, I want more on by how much it surpasses the 6950 though
    I am concerned

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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    Quote Originally Posted by s1ahmed View Post
    I am concerned
    Why? If you get this card and pair it with a weak CPU then you'll bottleneck the card. If you get a higher end CPU then you will need a better PSU, which will automatically support current 6950s. Only thing good about it will be the much lower temps which will increase room for OC Money saved from electricity will be in pennies and a 500W for gaming PCs is pretty much a standard nowadays.

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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Why? If you get this card and pair it with a weak CPU then you'll bottleneck the card. If you get a higher end CPU then you will need a better PSU, which will automatically support current 6950s. Only thing good about it will be the much lower temps which will increase room for OC Money saved from electricity will be in pennies and a 500W for gaming PCs is pretty much a standard nowadays.
    okey pair this 7850 with a IVB 65W TDP Quadcore cpu super efficient pc. We will not save the money but the electricity.Psu is not the prob most gamers have decent psu.
    BTW standards are made so that we can improve it

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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    Quote Originally Posted by s1ahmed View Post
    okey pair this 7850 with a IVB 65W TDP Quadcore cpu super efficient pc. We will not save the money but the electricity.Psu is not the prob most gamers have decent psu.
    BTW standards are made so that we can improve it
    I see your point, but I do hope they do not sacrifice on the performance side of things. AMD is already lagging behind nvidia, so a marginal increase in performance would make things worse for us, even higher prices for nvidia cards :/

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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    I didn't know this, but has AMD gone back to the old naming scheme?
    Where the 7870 will be their highest powered single GPU?

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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    Don't see why i shouldn't buy it then, heck maybe I'll keep my PSU to play with this series GPUs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    I doubt anyone's even concerned about power requirements when going for these cards, I want more on by how much it surpasses the 6950 though
    ofcourse it matters. .With the shrinking of fabproccess it becomes a major concerning factor to add more shader-cores while keeping tdp checked.Coz u know efficiency , temp, gaining higher clock frequency etc...etc.

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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    PSU not a matter, for someone buying a card like this. Performance matters....

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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    ofcourse it matters. .With the shrinking of fabproccess it becomes a major concerning factor to add more shader-cores while keeping tdp checked.Coz u know efficiency , temp, gaining higher clock frequency etc...etc.
    It does but not as much as its performance improvements. If it improved by like 10-15% only then current users wouldn't want to switch and most would just opt for higher performing cards. As long as PSU requirements are within current standards its all good

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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    I thought its not called ATI anymore?



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    Default Re: ATI 7 series will be a revolution from Power saving perspective!

    Quote Originally Posted by Flame View Post
    I thought its not called ATI anymore?
    Yeah AMD

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