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Hello,

Can I go worth with the 7950 from my 6870 in 1920x1080.
Without being afraid by black , crash etc... I heard on the web i will avoid sapphire this time.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125414
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121490
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127667
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161407
Thank you
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Hello,
Can I go worth with the 7950 from my 6870 in 1920x1080.
Without being afraid by black , crash etc... I heard on the web i will avoid sapphire this time.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125414
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121490
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127667
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161407
Thank you

 

I dont know who told you to avoid Sapphire but Sapphire IS one of the best GPU makers around. In my honest opinion Its either Sapphire, Gigabyte or HIS. I avoid MSi and Asus. the MSi cards are having issues and I avoid Asus because of there plagued customer service.

 

If I had to choose it would be Sapphire>Gigabyte>HIS

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Im a bit worried here. I ogt my new Visiontek 7970 and it runs like a champ but the GFX card has some sort of odd burning smell to it. The temps on my VRM's never pass 49c and during gaming with a custom fan profile never reaches above 62c but it still smells.

 

I know its my 7970 that is doing it. I took the card apart and checked everything. Thee board is spotless and I redid the thermal which resulted in the exact same temps. I cant figure it out at all. I was thinking possibly my PSU being pushed to hard but I dont think it is. I did do a smell test and it is more of a video card smell. It only happens while gaming and not on desktop. I was thinking possibly the GPU is breaking in or there is 2 much oil or something on the fan thats burning off. 

 

The card runs like a champ and does not struggle or hesitate at all. Temps are perfectly fine and the fan spins as normal. 

 

Everything in my PC is nice and cool. Hardware Info shows temps for everything being normal and below.

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Yea, don't avoid Sapphire. They are great. They're my #1 choice for cards.
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I still cant decide which 7950 to get.
Depends. Water or air cooled?
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I still cant decide which 7950 to get.

Sapphire hands down.
Meh. All in preference. I know XFX has a double life time warranty which means they will keep replacing the card no matter how many times it breaks. They have also been known to upgrade your card with a replacement of a higher model. I know people who had a 6850 bust and they sent back a 7850. The guy said, "Hey! I have 2 6850 though so now I can't crossfire." XFX - "Sorry about that! Send in the other 6850 and we'll give you another 7850." Amazing customer service IMO.
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So guys I'm gonna be pulling the trigger on a 7970 any day now and I'm thinking I'll go with the Sapphire Ghz Edition Vapor-X. Anybody have this card and can comment on it? Thanks.

Oh yeah, I forgot to add that I have the Silverstone Fortress FT02B-W and I plan to get a second 7970 by the end of the year. The cards will have 1 slot between them on my mobo.
Depends on what you plan to do. Water cool or air cool. I just bought a VisionTek reference 7970 for $360 at microcenter. I plan to drop another Komodo block on this one and OC the crap out of it with my XFX Black Edition. It only comes with 1 life time warranty and not 2 but it's also $100 less than any other card.
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Hello,

Can I go worth with the 7950 from my 6870 in 1920x1080.

Without being afraid by black , crash etc... I heard on the web i will avoid sapphire this time.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125414
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121490
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127667
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161407

Thank you

I dont know who told you to avoid Sapphire but Sapphire IS one of the best GPU makers around. In my honest opinion Its either Sapphire, Gigabyte or HIS. I avoid MSi and Asus. the MSi cards are having issues and I avoid Asus because of there plagued customer service.

If I had to choose it would be Sapphire>Gigabyte>HIS

Fan boy much? Sapphire is amazing as a company but unless they change the PCB itself, the only thing different is the pre-overclocked settings and the cooler.
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Depends. Water or air cooled?
Meh. All in preference. I know XFX has a double life time warranty which means they will keep replacing the card no matter how many times it breaks. They have also been known to upgrade your card with a replacement of a higher model. I know people who had a 6850 bust and they sent back a 7850. The guy said, "Hey! I have 2 6850 though so now I can't crossfire." XFX - "Sorry about that! Send in the other 6850 and we'll give you another 7850." Amazing customer service IMO.
Depends on what you plan to do. Water cool or air cool. I just bought a VisionTek reference 7970 for $360 at microcenter. I plan to drop another Komodo block on this one and OC the crap out of it with my XFX Black Edition. It only comes with 1 life time warranty and not 2 but it's also $100 less than any other card.
Fan boy much? Sapphire is amazing as a company but unless they change the PCB itself, the only thing different is the pre-overclocked settings and the cooler.

 

Yep. Sapphire has been my #1 choice forever now until I switched to this VisionTek. IMO Sapphire is one of the better GPU company's around. As I said tho if I had to choose it would be Sapphire>Gigabyte>HIS

 

MSi and Asus are out of the question and IMO should not be looked at but thats my opinion. 

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Depends on what you plan to do. Water cool or air cool. I just bought a VisionTek reference 7970 for $360 at microcenter. I plan to drop another Komodo block on this one and OC the crap out of it with my XFX Black Edition. It only comes with 1 life time warranty and not 2 but it's also $100 less than any other card.

I'd love to water cool my computer but the closest I think I'll get is the CLC on my CPU, I just don't have the cash to drop on WC my parts.

So for air would anybody recommend the Vapor-X?
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Depends on what you plan to do. Water cool or air cool. I just bought a VisionTek reference 7970 for $360 at microcenter. I plan to drop another Komodo block on this one and OC the crap out of it with my XFX Black Edition. It only comes with 1 life time warranty and not 2 but it's also $100 less than any other card.

I'd love to water cool my computer but the closest I think I'll get is the CLC on my CPU, I just don't have the cash to drop on WC my parts.

So for air would anybody recommend the Vapor-X?

I'd say so. Unless you hold off on a second gpu and buy an XSPC 360 kit. The Rasa 750 is a good one. (I think that's the one). It will provide an entire CPU loop, then just get a GPU block and some extra fittings and your good. Same price as a Sapphire 7970 except now you can over clock the crap out of your other one and will be able to add another in the future. Also you can OC your CPU which will most likely bottle neck any XFire configuration to begin with.
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So guys I'm gonna be pulling the trigger on a 7970 any day now and I'm thinking I'll go with the Sapphire Ghz Edition Vapor-X. Anybody have this card and can comment on it? Thanks.
Oh yeah, I forgot to add that I have the Silverstone Fortress FT02B-W and I plan to get a second 7970 by the end of the year. The cards will have 1 slot between them on my mobo.

nice card. the cooler is quite capable of handling 1200 Mhz overclocks

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4883/sapphire_radeon_hd_7970_ghz_edition_vapor_x_3gb_overclocked_video_card_review/index15.html
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Hello,
Can I go worth with the 7950 from my 6870 in 1920x1080.
Without being afraid by black , crash etc... I heard on the web i will avoid sapphire this time.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125414
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127667
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161407
Thank you

The HIS Iceq has one of the best coolers .
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-hd-7950-review-benchmark,3207-14.html

Gigabyte windforce is also very good. Stay away from ASUS as its voltage locked. the MSI twin frozr cooler is not as good as the HIS Iceq or gigabyte windforce especially if you go high voltage overclocking.
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