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Thanks, time for RMA I suppose. Shame, she did 960/1500 on stock voltage. Oh well, guess someone lucky will pick her up as open box once she's all fixed up for half price.

The card by itself works, but in crossfire there's a lot stuttering in game, I've only played BF3, Metro and L4D2 on it. This problem never occurred when I crossfired my friend's reference 6970. The fact that there are pins missing on the back of the PCB raises a big red flag and although it functions perfectly now it may run into problems later on.
Is there a problem with the card? if not I would keep it. so what another PCB has a few extra solder points. might be a slight revision with a new shipment or somthing...

BF3 has many many Xfire issue's have you checked out the "how to fix thread"?
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Thanks, time for RMA I suppose. Shame, she did 960/1500 on stock voltage. Oh well, guess someone lucky will pick her up as open box once she's all fixed up for half price.

The card by itself works, but in crossfire there's a lot stuttering in game, I've only played BF3, Metro and L4D2 on it. This problem never occurred when I crossfired my friend's reference 6970. The fact that there are pins missing on the back of the PCB raises a big red flag and although it functions perfectly now it may run into problems later on.
So do you have a 6970 or unlocked 6950?

Do I need to set mine to 20% higher?

I'm running Bios 013.011.000.014.000000 with a release date of December 15th 2010.
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Is there a problem with the card? if not I would keep it. so what another PCB has a few extra solder points. might be a slight revision with a new shipment or somthing...

BF3 has many many Xfire issue's have you checked out the "how to fix thread"?
It could be a missing chip on the PCB, as there are chips on the other side of the solder points. I have HT disabled, catalyst 11.10 + cap 4, even at stock voltage I have the stuttering problem. It occurs in Metro 2033 and L4D2 as well.

Although it maybe a revision, I strongly doubt it considering this is a relatively new PCB. And just because it works now does not mean it will not have problems later that maybe the result of those missing solder points.
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So do you have a 6970 or unlocked 6950?

Do I need to set mine to 20% higher?

I'm running Bios 013.011.000.014.000000 with a release date of December 15th 2010.
According to reviews of the card, there is alot to gain from the +20% mod even at stock clocks and shaders. If you unlock and overclock there is even more to gain.
If you do not feel ok doing the mod yourself, you can contact Sapphire and they will send you a DL of the new BIOS.
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According to reviews of the card, there is alot to gain from the +20% mod even at stock clocks and shaders. If you unlock and overclock there is even more to gain.
If you do not feel ok doing the mod yourself, you can contact Sapphire and they will send you a DL of the new BIOS.
I'll do it myself. Was just making sure it was necessary.

Thanks!
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I'll do it myself. Was just making sure it was necessary.

Thanks!
Not assuming you were going to, but hope you're not planning on flashing a 6970 with the BIOS linked here a few pages back... as that was just for the 6950's and is not actually a 6970 BIOS. Just thought i'd give you a heads up incase
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I have a question, what does setting the powertune to 20% actually do? It increases the amount of power the gpu can use, right? Anything else that it does, good/bad?
IF you haven't yet ... you should really read the [H]ard|OCP review ...

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2011/..._card_review/3 <--- that page deals with and explains it in detail ...
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PowerTune and BIOS problem
One of the first things we noticed about the SAPPHIRE TOXIC HD6950 was how slow it was running. Due to an issue with the current BIOS, PowerTune was throttling performance to stay within the cards Thermal Design Power (TDP). We were able to manually bypass this by enabling +20% PowerTune in Catalyst Control Center. This allowed the card to run at its intended clock speeds without performance throttling. So if you have this video card, or are going to get it, set PowerTune to +20% or you will not be getting the full performance that is capable out of this video card, period.

Toward the end of our testing, SAPPHIRE got us the new BIOS that fixes the performance problem and allows the card to run as intended. It has not been publically released yet, but we will update once it is. If you already own this card we would highly recommend enabling +20% PowerTune to receive the performance you paid for. When the BIOS fix is available, you can flash the BIOS (and there will be two BIOS's, one for 1408 Shaders and one for 1536 Shaders BIOS switch) and then you can leave PowerTune at default.

/or also the HEXUS review ...

http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphi...950-toxic-2gb/ <--- this page explains it ...
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Trouble in paradise
The specifications are impressive enough but we ran into a wrinkle during testing. You see, by default, the card is set to run at 880MHz core and 5,200MHz memory when gaming, which all makes sense. However, load up a game and the performance isn't quite what it should be, going by previous results obtained from Radeon HD 6950/70 cards. Examine further and it transpires that the TOXIC card constantly modulates the core frequency when under load, something which shouldn't happen unless it's crossing some power threshold. Sapphire informed us the card needs more power than a regular HD 6950 2GB part, meaning that AMD's PowerTune Technology kicks in when gaming, and this is why the core clock's frequency changes constantly.

The only way around this is to delve into the Catalyst Control Centre, enable Overdrive, and then manually set the Power Control bar to +50 per cent. Doing so increases the amount of power deliverable to the board before it begins throttling the core frequency. Testing shows that having a +50 per cent rating enables the TOXIC to run at 880MHz core during gaming.

We're surprised and disappointed that users need to manually configure the control panel before the card attains the stated (pre-overclocked) core frequency; it should be taken care by a revised BIOS and Sapphire-specific Catalyst driver. Sapphire's Radeon HD 6950 TOXIC 2GB claims to be the world's fastest card of its kind. That's true enough, we suppose, but one needs to jump through unnecessary hoops to ensure that it does run at stated speeds. Sapphire's Radeon HD 6950 TOXIC 2GB graphics card is a strange beast. Look at it from a specification sheet and it has all the bases covered - a super-high factory overclock, decent cooler, and competitive price - but closer examination reveals not all that glitters is gold.

One needs to manually change AMD's Power Control settings, increasing power-draw, in order for the card to function at the specified (in-game) 880MHz core speed, which seems counter-intuitive. Perhaps this is AMD's fault for setting too-conservative ratings, but whatever the case, Sapphire should release an updated BIOS and specific driver for this card, we feel, as going through this extra step is wholly unnecessary.
I'll try to simplify that long worded explanation and add something easier to understand to the Front Page on it, OrangeBunnies also had a bit on it,
and I added his explanation to the >>> List of Fixes for Known Issues <<< section.

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just another quick update on that mod from the vga forums incase anyones interested.... he said:

"I'll send a quick email to the techs too, see what they have to say about things. If I get any info not under NDA, I'll post it up as per usual so that people are aware of things .. Don't know how long it'll take them to answer though, as they do get pretty busy in the tech dept., so all I can do is wait til they get back to me. "

he's not turning out to be so bad after all heheh
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+ 1 for created a ticket at Saphire.
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He probably came here an seen he was in for an e-a s s-whooping if he did not comply.That and the fact we are probably 95% of the reason they are out of stock.
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