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    Default ATI 7950 Discussion Thread

    AMD Radeon HD 7950 delayed until February

    Last week we posted an in-depth review of the Radeon HD 7970, the first in a series of upcoming graphics cards from AMD to utilize a 28nm fabrication process. Although we concluded that the card is extremely fast, it won’t be available to gamers worldwide until January 9.

    This paper launch is uncharacteristic of AMD and led many media outlets to question the move. As a result, AMD has reportedly decided to delay the launch of the Radeon HD 7950 until early February. According to Guru of 3D, AMD made the decision to avoid similar concerns and have the card available on the market when it actually launches.




    The Radeon HD 7950 is based on the same Tahiti core used in the higher-end 7970 except that four of the card's GCN (Graphics Core Next) compute units have been disabled. This will result in what AMD calls the Tahiti Pro core, where as the GPU on the 7970 is known as the Tahiti XT. According to NeoSeeker, the 7950 will feature 1792 Streaming processors and a 3GB GDDR5 frame buffer running on a 384-bit interface. The card will use the same video output configuration as the 7970, meaning it can support up to six screens.

    The only unknowns at this point are the total TDP, clock speeds and price point that the 7950 will launch at. It looks like we might have to wait at least another month to get these answers unless AMD has something to share with us at CES 2012.
    Also for the leaked specs check this site out-http://www.techspot.com/news/46797-a...l-unknown.html
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    AMD Radeon HD 7950 Launch Moved Into January


    AMD has moved up the launch date of the Radeon HD 7950 graphics card. The HD 7950 will now release by the end of January, instead of the February release as was original planned. This is great news for enthusiasts waiting to see how the HD 7950 performs in comparison to its more expensive sibling the HD 7970. Lets hope that the launch date being moved up is a sign of good yields and plenty of stock.

    AMD, after announcing 28nm high-end Radeon HD 7970 graphics card, is set to add a new 28nm member Radeon HD 7950 by the end of January.
    DigiTimes Daily IT News


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    I sure hope I can grab a 7950 in May

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    I sure hope I can grab a 7950 in May
    Don't forget about 2x6970. They maybe a year old but they still own.

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    >2x 6970
    >Poorfag me

    Not happening anytime soon

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    I'm aiming for a 7850 once intel settles with their socket design.

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    OMG.>40% OC potential...truely OMG.


    1680x1050 resolution:

    **AMD 7950 Stock (810MHz Core / 5000MHz Memory) - 1680*1050 >>



    **AMD 7950 Maxed on Overdrive (1025MHz Core / 6300MHz Memory) >>



    **AMD 7950 Maxed OC on Asus OC BIOS (1180MHz Core / 7200MHz Memory) >>





    2560x1600 resolution :
    **AMD 7950 Maxed OC on Asus OC BIOS (1180MHz Core / 7200MHz Memory) >>



    **AMD 7970 Maxed OC on Asus OC BIOS (1225MHz Core / 7800MHz Memory) >>



    **NVIDIA GTX 580 3GB OC (902MHz Core / 4355MHz Memory) >>


    Gibbo notes that the UK street price will be approximately £350, roughly £100 less than the 7970 and competetive with the 1.5GB GTX 580. All boards are also non-reference, which will make finding water blocks somewhat tricky. Versions from a range of AIBs will be available from the 31st baring unforeseen circumstances. The 7950 should be a hell of a card for enthusiasts willing to overclock or end-users taking advantage of AIBs with strong factory overclocks.
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    AMD Radeon HD 7950 Video Card Reference Design Pictures

    OBRovsky Blog has a post up today that claims they have pictures of AMD's Radeon HD 7950 reference design graphics card. Who knows if these images are real or not, but from what we have been told there will be no reference design as AIB's will be releasing custom solutions from the start. I guess we'll have to wait till next week before we find out!
    Here is reference card Radeon HD 7950 3GB "built by AMD". Specifications: 800 MHz Core, 5 GHz Memories, different PCB - 99.9 percent non unlockable to HD 7970.
    OBRovsky Blog


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    HIS Radeon HD 7950 Review
    http://www.guru3d.com/article/his-radeon-hd-7950-review/

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    It is time for the second product based of the series 7900 though, the Radeon HD 7950 launches today. AMD took the Tahiti XT GPU sliced away some shader units, clocked it a notch slower and planted it onto a new PCB lined up with a new cooler. Overall the R7950 will not disappoint, good performance, impressive power consumption and great heat and noise levels. But will a 400 EUR pricetag however justify this product ?

    PowerColor Radeon HD 7950 PCS+
    http://www.guru3d.com/article/powercolor-radeon-hd-7950-pcs-review/

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    PowerColor is the first in our line-up of R7950 reviews with a customized model. It is the PCS version that clocks in at a cool 880 MHz on the graphics core with it's memory clocked default at an effective data rate of 5000 MHZ. Armed witha custom cooler it is silent, and even cooler compared to the reference model.

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    http://www.guru3d.com/article/radeon-hd-7950-crossfire-review-2-and-3way/

    We have three Radeon HD 7950 cards in house -- anyone smells Crossfire ? We'll setup these three cards up in multi-GPU mode (two and three-way) clock them standard and test multi-GPU performance -- taking it to the next level, multi-GPU gaming. As if you figured just one card would be interesting, you have no idea what's coming at you with two and three cards. Have a peek at the offering, and then march onward into the review, hihoo Tahiti PRO


    Source: http://www.guru3d.com/
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    Holy ¤¤¤¤ its going for 470-500 in newegg. Performance is great but the price is simply disappointing.

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    Dafuq?? Im sure they'll decrease it once Kepler comes out? :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by EaGL1337 View Post
    Dafuq?? Im sure they'll decrease it once Kepler comes out? :S
    Probably, maybe even before that if Nvidia cuts prices in the 500 series. The 7950 is a direct competitor for the 580, at the same price and offering better performance. Kepler ashte akhono deri ase, so hopefully pricing er dik diye kisu dekhte parbo.

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    If you don't feel like paying $549 for the AMD Radeon HD 7970 video card and the $449 price tag on the Radeon HD 7950 is still too much, you might be in luck shortly. It appears that AMD will be releasing the more affordable Radeon HD 7700 & 7800 series cards later this quarter. MSI appears to have leaked out information confirming this yesterday by publishing the companies Radeon HD 7000 series roadmap! The roadmap includes launch dates of AMD Radeon HD 7750/7770 cards (Cape Verde) and the Radeon HD 7850/7870 cards (Pitcairn). It looks like the AMD Radeon HD 7750 and 7770 will be launching in just two weeks and will be under $150. You have to love roadmap leaks!



    According to the roadmap, HD7750 and HD7770 will be available on February 15. Both cards will have 1 GB of GDDR5 memory, and from previous reports we also know that the boards will have 900 MHz core frequency, 896 and 832 stream processors, and 56 and 52 texture units. The HD 7770 will be priced at $149, and HD 7750 will be $10 cheaper. In March AMD will release HD 7850 and HD 7870 GPUs, both featuring 2 GB of RAM. The 78x0 series will have core and memory frequencies, comparable to 77x0 series, however they will pack from 1280 (HD 7850) to 1408 (HD 7870) stream processors, and from 80 to 88 texture units. HD7870 will retail for $299, and HD7850 will be $249. The roadmap doesn't have launch date for HD 7990 card. Based on older reports, this dual-GPU card may launch in March 2012, and it will cost $849.
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    matha noshto amd :O

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    Guess i gotta go for 7870 then , whats the price of that?

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    First batch of 28nm.
    Better plan for 8xxxHD or 2nd nvidia 28nm gpu family, perf/price, temp, power consumption all seems way better with 2nd batch with the same fab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Probably, maybe even before that if Nvidia cuts prices in the 500 series. The 7950 is a direct competitor for the 580, at the same price and offering better performance. Kepler ashte akhono deri ase, so hopefully pricing er dik diye kisu dekhte parbo.
    i agree wid u bro..and for it's 3gb vram you will get a better eyefinity 2.0 performance.

    ---------- Post added at 13:58 ---------- Previous post was at 13:55 ----------

    i agree wid u.

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    >45k for it

    Yeah, not happening.

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    There will be a 7950 1.5GB later for ~$400 and 78xx/77xx will be GCN so they should turn out okay. About the 7950 price, its okay relative to the competition but bad compared to what is expected from a next gen castrated high end even though it clocks like mad. Should be <$400 and the 1.5GB model should be a better buy unless CF is required.
    Last edited by Mazhar; February 1st, 2012 at 15:49.

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