AMD Radeon HD 7950

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The HD 7950 is based on AMD’s GCN architecture and is also built on a 28nm node. However, the HD 7950 comes with less streaming processors, slightly reduced clock speeds and requires less power. In total, the HD 7950 comes packed with 1792 stream processors, 32 raster units, 112 texture units and a GPU engine clock speed of 800MHz. Additionally, the HD 7950 has a 3GB memory buffer with a default clock speed of 1250MHz which runs on a 384-bit bus, giving the card a total memory bandwidth of 240GB/s.

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http://www.amd.com/US/PRODUCTS/DESKTOP/GRAPHICS/7000/Pages/amd-radeon-7000-series.aspx

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Hard Tecs 4U  --- Jan 31 '12
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AMD Radeon HD 7950 Review Hardware.Info -- Feb 27 '13
AMD Radeon HD 7950 Review Phoronix -- May 26 '14

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"The HD 7970's kid brother isn't some pint-sized runt, as this single GPU bad boy still packs one mean punch."

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"One HD 7950 is already beefy enough, now find out what happens when we get more than one running at once."

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"The AMD Radeon HD 7950 3GB graphics card based on the same Southern Islands architecture and Tahiti GPU that we first tested with the Radeon HD 7970 3GB looks to be another success. AMD now has..."

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"Any way you slice it, the Radeon HD 7950 does what it set out to do: undercut the GeForce GTX 580 in price while trumping it in performance. Since the 7950's power consumption is ridiculously,..."

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"Other options for high-end multi-GPU gaming are currently the GTX 590, which comes at $750, but offers less performance. A dual card GTX 580 setup will be more expensive, at similar performance..."

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