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AMD Hardware Review Roundup

Bjorn3D- GIGABYTE HD 7770 OC WITH CROSSFIRE
The AMD HD 7770 brings is mid-range graphics card that is power efficient and low operational noise. Unfortunately, the card does not always perform as well as the last generation of midrange card from AMD, the HD 6850, at the default clockspeed. The HD 7770 really needs to be overclocked and priced at similar price range as the HD 6850 to make it competitive enough to convince potential buyers from choosing the HD 6850 over the HD 7770.

eTeknix- Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 OC 3GB Graphics Card Review
The 7970 has been a big hit for AMD with a not so successful launch at first due to stock but as things progressed, we’ve seen more cards being greeted into the retail and media channels. It’s all very nice when we see the same reference cards from different manufacturers incorporating a different sticker, but it doesn’t really get our blood flowing so to speak. We much prefer to see something from a manufacturer that offers that unique wow factor, such as a custom cooler or a pre-overclocked card or even better yet, both and we all know that Gigabyte aim to please when it comes to their graphics cards.

Guru 3D- MSI Radeon HD 7970 Lightning review
What a product to look at, the R7970 lightning has a very rare design, comes with only the best components, has voltage monitoring headers, comes pre-overclocked (extensively) and allows to be voltage tweaked at many levels.

tbreak-Nvidia GTX 680 SLI vs AMD HD 7970 CFX
So today I’ll be looking at the capability of a pair of GTX 680 and HD 7970, and how optimized both Nvidia and AMD drivers really are to take advantage of such heavy hardware.

Techware Labs-Sapphire HD 7850 OC Radeon Review
Sapphire sent us their HD 7850 OC graphics card to review, so for the consumer who is looking for a performance upgrade that would leave the 560Ti behind and for $250 (at time of this review) it won’t leave your bank account empty. We pulled out the Sapphire HD7950 from our test rig to do a big brother photo op and then popped in the 7850 OC to run it through the gauntlet of benchmarks to show you the difference between the HD 7950 OC and the HD 7850 OC, besides the price.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

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