AMD Radeon HD 7970 Pro Reviews
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"2012 is certainly going to be an interesting year as AMD look at releasing a more budget-friendly 7950 as well as an insanely expensive and powerful 7990, but AMD have to cater for all markets, but for now, we can honestly say that the 7970 is the most powerful single core card to pass through our labs, and that’s why it can only be described as an “Extreme Performance” card."
"The only problem with this video card is, of course, its price. It is better than the GeForce GTX 580, but that doesn’t mean that the average user can afford it. If money isn’t an issue, buy the new Radeon HD 7970 and be happy!"
"For the time being AMD’s HD 7970 sits in a preeminent position within the GPU market and we’d highly recommend it to anyone looking for a high end graphics card. Its combination of extreme performance at every resolution, advanced features and a relatively low power signature make it one of the best products released in the last two years. There are however some nagging questions which mostly revolve around availability and final cost. Aside from the fact that AMD has another paper launch on their hands, supply of 28nm GPUs will be tight for the foreseeable future so we don’t have high expectations for the HD 7970’s initial availability once it actually hits the retail channel. And yet if the planets align and products are ready to buy at a fair price, AMD could very well have an insurmountable lead by the time the competition launches their answering salvo."
"It is also worth noting once again that the 7970 has advanced power technology which is able to power down our second card completely when not gaming. This offers considerable power savings over competing architectures where the second (or additional cards) draw power, even when in desktop mode."
"With the 7970 AMD offer us improvements over the 6900 series in performance and features which make it the best performing single GPU product available. It will however take time for all of the features to be fully utilised by software and hardware."