AMD Radeon HD 7950 Pro Reviews
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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."
"One HD 7950 is already beefy enough, now find out what happens when we get more than one running at once."
"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 two different GPU options available for consumers that are faster than the best single-GPU options from NVIDIA, a feat that AMD hasn't been able to accomplish in quite a long time. Being first to the 28nm technology might cause some problems with inventory but it seems obvious that they are benefiting in enough ways to make up for it, at least in terms of mindshare, if not marketshare."
"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, remarkably lower than the GTX 580's, there's little left to do but declare the 7950 the clear winner. That's before one even figures in the new bells and whistles built into the Tahiti GPU, including a hardware H.264 video encoding engine and support for PCI Express 3.0, neither of which the GTX 580 can match."
"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 compared to 2x HD 7950. Two Radeon HD 7970 cards certainly provide more performance (about +13% at 2560x1600 in our testing), but with $1100 this configuration is much more expensive than the $900 of the two HD 7950s that we tested today. So it looks like the dual GPU HD 7950 CrossFire sits in a nice niche for the time being."