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    Default Re: Entire AMD Radeon HD 7000 series Specs

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    That would really take your AMD rig to the next level. Would be sweet!
    It sure would... My 6950 are great.. but I had one that failed on me just a couple of weeks ago and still waiting on XFX to send another back to me...

    Quote Originally Posted by Irocing View Post
    Just wish the other camp would come out shortly to counter this as to competition with there 6 series cards
    and price war as to comparible cards.

    But looks like a few months down the road.

    $550.00 about 50 bucks off where I thought it would fall.

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    Price wise this is comparable to the GTX580, but holding out to see how this card is once released. Its only a couple of weeks.
    But one thing is for sure, I would have to sell both my 6950 to get this card... No way I can spend $550.00 right off the back right now.. Christmas killed me!

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    Default Re: Entire AMD Radeon HD 7000 series Specs

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    It sure would... My 6950 are great.. but I had one that failed on me just a couple of weeks ago and still waiting on XFX to send another back to me...



    Price wise this is comparable to the GTX580, but holding out to see how this card is once released. Its only a couple of weeks.
    But one thing is for sure, I would have to sell both my 6950 to get this card... No way I can spend $550.00 right off the back right now.. Christmas killed me!
    Well,

    7970
    If its not getting crazy enough they have a (6G-6 Port) card coming up (Atomic), for a (Slight price)
    increase of about $350.

    Later

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    Default Re: Entire AMD Radeon HD 7000 series Specs

    I wonder if the HD 7970 Atomic WC model will have a CPU cooler in the loop like the 4870 did? That would be pretty damn cool.
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    Default Re: Entire AMD Radeon HD 7000 series Specs

    It would be a nice way to go. As long as the Rad could keep up with dissapating that much heat.

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    Default Re: Entire AMD Radeon HD 7000 series Specs

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    I wonder if the HD 7970 Atomic WC model will have a CPU cooler in the loop like the 4870 did? That would be pretty damn cool.
    Only thing is, Thats a pretty small Rad to cool down a hot, possibly overclocked and volt modded card.

    Definately going into my 3 Rad loop.


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    Footnote:

    Here's a guy with Tripped 7970. Must be nice

    He's going to need a bigger case if going Water on them.
    Only running 1200W PS and if 580;s would need about 1700W.Attachment 1912
    Last edited by Irocing; 02-01-2012 at 16:00.

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    Default Re: Entire AMD Radeon HD 7000 series Specs

    NVIDIA has let a Slide of their own ~slip~ to the public eye. If this isn't bullpucky, it's going to do a nasty splap-down to the AMD effort.
    Check this out,......(oh,.....and they'll be reffered to as 700 series cards too, not 600)

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    Default Re: Entire AMD Radeon HD 7000 series Specs

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    NVIDIA has let a Slide of their own ~slip~ to the public eye. If this isn't bullpucky, it's going to do a nasty splap-down to the AMD effort.
    Check this out,......(oh,.....and they'll be reffered to as 700 series cards too, not 600)


    Thats probably what their calling Kepler at 28nm and not alot of info about it.

    Going to give it a month from the 9th official release of the 7970 to research and find best card and pull trigger.
    Be nice if Nvidia would release it to compete with 7970.

    AMD or Nvidia, Just the best single GPU.
    Double up when need to, Should be good for quite a few years.

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