AMD Radeon HD 7870

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The HD 7870 is based on the Pitcairn XT design which sports 20 compute units, 1280 streaming processors, 32 ROPS and 80 texture units. The default GPU clock speed is set at 1000MHz, which makes this the second graphics card released from AMD to have a default clock speed of 1GHz. At this speed, the GPU has a pixel fillrate of 32GPixel/s, a texture fillrate of 80GTexel/s and compute performance at 2.65TFLOPs. Additionally, the HD 7870 runs on a 256-bit memory interface and has a 2GB GDDR5 frame buffer set at 1200MHz (4.8Gbps effective).

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AMD Radeon HD 7870 Reviews Rating: 91 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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eTeknix.com  --- Mar 20 '12
KitGuru  --- Mar 05 '12
X-bit labs  --- Apr 04 '12
Neoseeker  --- Mar 03 '12
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AMD Radeon HD 7870 Roundups and Shootouts

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AMD Radeon HD 7870 Review HardwareCanucks -- Mar 03 '12
AMD Radeon HD 7870 Review HardwareHeaven -- Mar 05 '12
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eTeknix.com on Mar 20 '12

"So where does this leave us? Well to condense everything into a down to earth conclusion, AMD’s 7870 gives a fantastic level of bang for buck in relation to the 7770 and 7970 and I imagine that..."

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KitGuru on Mar 05 '12

"The HD7850 and HD7870 are without doubt the outstanding cards in the current line up. While we have yet to receive confirmed UK pricing, the last contact with AMD indicated a $350 and $250 price..."

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Neoseeker on Mar 04 '12

"The HD 7870 and 7850 will replace the HD 6900 series graphics cards, and are designed with higher-end market feature set."

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X-bit labs on Apr 04 '12

"AMD’s new mainstream graphics cards, Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition and Radeon HD 7850, can deliver the same performance (and even more if you overclock them) than the single-GPU top-end cards of the..."

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