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I don't have the link but there are many other HD7950 owners that have had good performance from HD7950. HD7970 is only around 5% better.
I think AMD discontinued the HD7950 because it performs to close to HD7970/280x.

Clocks? Tess on or off?

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Clocks? Tess on or off?

I think the clocks on the card were around 1370/1800. The card is water cooled. Don't remember the CPU speeds and the score was legal for HWbot.org submission. I think I submitted the score to HWbot.org
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I think the clocks on the card were around 1370/1800. The card is water cooled. Don't remember the CPU speeds and the score was legal for HWbot.org submission. I think I submitted the score to HWbot.org

That seems a bit low for these clocks. Hmm hwbot allow tess off but i dont think this is with tess off.

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That seems low for these clocks. Hmm hwbot allow tess off but i dont think this is with tess off.

The score was from about a year ago. Since then the drivers have gotten better for this benchmark.
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The score was from about a year ago. Since then the drivers have gotten better for this benchmark.

You know ivy bridge gives around 300 gs?

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You know ivy bridge gives around 300 gs?

What is gs?
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What is gs?

Graphic score. 3dmark 11 is biased on ivy cpus. They fixed it with fs tho

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Graphic score. 3dmark 11 is biased on ivy cpus. They fixed it with fs tho

I don't know what to believe about that. My Haswell 4770k doesn't do much better.

I found the score at HWbot.org with more detailes. 1325 on the core.

http://hwbot.org/submission/2331634_


Some more benchmarks with HD7950.

Top score with VApor X HD7950
bottom score with sapphire 950mhz edition



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What do you consider comfortable vrm temps on the 7950?

When I clock my 7950 vapor-x @ 1200/1700 with 1.225v(bios) the temps are: core 70-75c vrms 75-81c.
These temps are acquired when benching.

Is this safe for daily use?

Nobody?
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Nobody?
Don't want to fry things here. biggrin.gif

Its okay up to 85c for 24/7.

They have tjmax around 105C and the vrms based on the model (hynix-elpida) up to 130. Its quite difficult to burn a card with temps nowdays
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