PowerColor Radeon HD 7950 PCS+ Pro Reviews
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"Our launch coverage of the Radeon HD 7950 continues with a three-way roundup of cards from PowerColor, Sapphire and XFX."
"While I would once again ask our readers to wait and see what Nvidia brings out with the GTX 680 and GTX 670, expected to be out in March, those who’re planning to upgrade immediately are in for a treat. The AMD HD 7950 not only provides higher performance and features than the GTX 580 at a lower price point; it also seems to be an overclock darling that can easily go toe to toe with the HD 7970. If AMD plays the pricing game right, they can easily undercut the GTX 580’s market. And with the 1.5GB variants out soon, the HD 7950 could be a serious threat to Nvidia in the $350-$400 range with incredible performance for comparatively very little asking price."
"Pricewise PowerColor is asking a $15 price premium for their card compared to the AMD reference design's price, which is justified and actually puts the card at a better price/performance level than the AMD version. The greatly improved cooler and the overclock out of the box actually makes the choice a no brainer. However, just like all other HD 7900 series cards from all manufacturers, the pricing feels a tad bit high, but that's not PowerColor's fault. It seems AMD is keeping prices high to reap the benefits of being first to market."