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Jun 14, 12 at 9:09am
VeGiTAX2


Cool card but the capped overclocking potential is a huge downer :/ given it comes behind NVIDIA in the field as well I'd have to hope for any tweaks available to keep it up with the current crop. There's also the issue of the recent rumor of a refresh of the 7900 core coming along which would make me want to wait to see what performance those chips are able to deliver instead.



Jun 13, 12 at 11:28am
techTHM


Thank you for sharing it. Very strong graphic card.



Jun 12, 12 at 4:01pm
leochan


Sapphire's HD 7950 Flex helps deliver multi-monitor Eyefinity out of the box by not only making connection of up to three displays to a single graphics card easier, but more cost effective to boot since no additional adapters or DisplayPort monitors are needed from the user. It also ships overclocked with a Dual-X thermal solution to provide a performance increase over the reference cards. See how it performs in our review.





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