AMD Radeon HD 7990 Pro Reviews
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"The release of the R7990 has transformed in a well executed hardware design. That results into massive performance. With AMDs software team now forcibly focusing on micro-stuttering that "problem" will hopefully be a thing of the past in the near future as well. With that in mind, we can definitely recommend the Radeon HD 7990 to the ones that can afford a card of this caliber, it really is a top pick, but sure with some mixed feeling. It's not cheap but it is incredibly fun and silent. And with a product that is just loaded with performance it will certainly bring a smile to the faces of many."
"The AMD Radeon HD 7990 offers convenience, in a cool and silent package. This in of itself can be appealing enough to justify the price premium to some gamers and enthusiasts. If so, you now have an option from AMD that packs it all in a single video card for you, with cool running and silent operation of CrossFire. It doesn't require an extra cooling slot like the ASUS ROG ARES II, and it doesn't take up as much room as the PowerColor Devil13. It is the most efficient 7970 dual-GPU video card out there. It is a compact, well made video card. You have to give it to AMD for the design and engineering that went into the development of the video card. It is top-notch. AMD has achieved a cool running, silent dual-GPU video card. The Radeon HD 7990 is a bit late to market, likely overpriced, and weak in comparison to 7970 CrossFire, at least it is finally here."
"The AMD Radeon HD 7990 is a well-designed, unique and extremely fast graphics card. If you look purely at the framerates you could say it's the fastest GPU currently on the market. However, when you consider the other factors we just mentioned, it's not necessarily the best deal for 1,000 euros."
"There was an opportunity here to have board partners continue with their own dual GPU cards while striving to make the “reference” HD 7990 a poster child for improved onscreen fluidity and consistent frame delivery. That didn’t happen. Instead, we have a high priced graphics card which highlights AMD’s faults without bringing anything particularly new to the table. It's like AMD is saying "buy this now and we'll give you some great results....soon."
"An odd release from AMD, bringing a card to market which really is already available. It should however allow for more competitive pricing compared to the existing "7990s". Great to see AMDs high end use a low noise high performance cooler, for once, though a strange choice of outputs is present... that said gaming performance is impressive."