MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III Pro Reviews

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MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III Reviews

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Benchmark Reviews 8.95/10 May 23 '11
Bjorn3D 9/10 Sep 22 '11
HardwareCanucks  --- Dec 13 '11
KitGuru  --- Sep 22 '11
Overclockers Club  --- Jul 21 '11
Techgage  --- Jun 29 '11
techPowerUp! 8.0/10 Mar 25 '11
X-bit labs  --- Oct 19 '11
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"The MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III PE/OC video card is available now for $299.99 at NewEgg. At this price you can get more performance for your money but I think that this card has a lot more to offer. It comes factory overclocked out of the box and I was able to overclock more without raising any voltage. This card has great potential but unlocking that potential will require a little effort."
"The MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III 1GB/OC is a custom designed, factory overclocked HD 6950 that features MSI's own Twin Frozr III cooler. The card runs cool and is about 5% faster than the reference card. Despite only 1GB of memory, it does not lag at 1080p. For its great performance, the card earns the Bjorn3D Silver Bear Award."
"With new a AMD architecture rapidly closing in, some may think that this is a poor time to be looking at the HD 6900-series but we think otherwise. The pricing structure of the HD 6950 1GB in particular makes it highly appealing for anyone in the market for a mid-priced card with a ton of staying power. At its current price of just under $260, the MSI HD 6950 1GB Twin Frozr III Power Edition OC is a perfect alternative for anyone that isn’t willing to spend $30 more on NVIDIA’s GTX 560 Ti 448."
"The HD6950 doesn’t lack when it comes to high resolution gaming, and the overclocked R6950 helps improve performance slightly. When it came to manually overclocking the card, we hit the wall a little sooner than expected, but this will vary from board to board. Any settings over 920mhz and the display would corrupt, which was slightly disappointing."
"MSI's R6950 Twin Frozr III delivers a factory overclock and a custom heatsink for improved thermal and gaming performance."