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    Default 7950 Mini review



    The launch day of Radeon HD 7950 is drawing near, unexpectedly an "early review" for the graphics card has appeared, which was let out by a Chinese user in tieba baidu.

    The user did the test with Sapphire Radeon HD 7950, suggesting that several test results were not so desirable due to the incomplete driver, but the case was expected to change with the later optimized driver.
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    Default Re: 7950 Mini review

    Launch date is VERY NEAR. We'll have a review up for launch, not to worry. You won't want to miss this one.......

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    Default Re: 7950 Mini review

    and our's looks a hell of a lot better that the one shown in that photo lol

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    Default Re: 7950 Mini review

    look's good to me.

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    Default Re: 7950 Mini review

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    and our's looks a hell of a lot better that the one shown in that photo lol
    Can't wait to see the difference in performance from the 70.

    Have a feeling that the price point between the two is not going to let the 7970 fall a little
    over time.

    Have decided to wait for Kepler as the 6xx cards previewed seem to be the mobile setup with
    just 2 gigs of ram.

    Predict thier will be a 7xx Kepler series with 3 or more.

    Just a guess.

    Later

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