Asus EN7950GT/HTDP/512M Pro Reviews
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"...if you need a good mid-range card today and don't have the cash for an 8800, the 7950GT is a good value. You also thought might want to look at the 7900GS, which Asus also makes a card of, if you need to save some more cash off the price of the 7950GT."
"Ironically, the only fly in the GeForce 7950 GT's ointment currently is another NVIDIA SKU - The GeForce 7900 GTO. This comes in at a lower price point than the GeForce 7950 GT, yet features close to GeForce 7900 GTX performance and by all accounts excellent overclockability. Of course, that particular SKU won't last forever, but if you're in the market for a new graphics board pre-DirectX 10 it's still the board to aim for if you can get hold of one. Failing that however, the EN7950GT has proved itself to be an excellent performer for its price."
"The ASUS EN7950 GT can be found for around $270 at online retailers. A decent ATI Radeon X1900 XT based video card will run around the same price, they are quite close. With this in consideration and the results of our evaluation, and everything we have discussed above, we have no other conclusion but that the ATI Radeon X1900 XT is the better value overall. For the same price it provides better performance, provides better image quality and ultimately the better gaming experience right now."
"This latest refresh of the 7900 GT continues NVIDIA's success by combining power and value. It performs similarly to cards from ATI and is slightly slower than the more expensive 7900 GTX. This card is a worthy successor to the 7900 GT, proving it is possible to combine good performance with good value."
"If I was in the market for a killer GPU and only had $300 to spend, I'd jump all over this. On the ATI side of things, there is the comparable X1950 Pro which retails for the same price. It may even exceed the 7950GT in performance, so you may want to check out that offering as well. As it stands though, this is one card that's well worth your cash. It proved extremely overclocking friendly on AIR, and was rock solid stable. Coupled with one of the top games going and HDCP support, this card is well worth looking at."
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