Sapphire Radeon HD 6970 2GB GDDR5 Pro Reviews
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Sapphire Radeon HD 6970 2GB GDDR5 Reviews6
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"At this point quite a few board partners are making an attempt to clear out some remaining stock of Cayman cores before they get replaced by a more efficient 28nm part in the next few months. But seriously, who really cares about assumptions and possibilities? We care about in game framerates and the HD 6970 still offers a ton of performance in today’s hottest titles whole coming in at a highly affordable price. With a BIOS that promotes overclocking and a well designed cooling solution, Sapphire has allowed their Dual Fan edition to stand out from the competition and give the HD 6970 a bit more relevance in a quickly changing market. We really couldn’t have asked for more than that."
"A direct two fan/heatpipe cooler replacement for the reference card at no extra cost, hard to complain."
"This upgraded HD 6970 effectively replaces the high-end reference design in Sapphire's lineup, without the high-end markup."
"The Radeon HD 6970 Dual Fan GPU was a delight to bench. One of the reason we had so much fun with it was due to the overclock we were able to obtain. 991MHz without modding the cooling or even playing with the fan speed of the card. We were able to game all day at this speed without any interruptions from blue screens or freezing."
"At every step of the way, this card has amazed me with its performance, stability, and quiet. You may have a bit of trouble tracking it down, but if you can afford the asking price ($400 + S&H at time of publication), you will be amply rewarded. This is, bar none, the best bang for your buck in video cards right now."