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Good, now look this review:
http://www.geeks3d.com/20120502/physx-test-gtx-680-vs-gtx-580-vs-gtx-480-in-fluidmark/
What is the point to comparing 7970+560ti to Nvidia cards in Nvidia PhysX benchmark? So, GTX480 is better than 560ti, now what?
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Can anyone here with 2x7950's post his results in BF3 ultra? because many people have 2x7970's but I'm about to get another 7950 and I have no idea about the performance some reviews say more some others less but they are always stock,what about when overclocked?.
 
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post #15993 of 38704
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Can anyone here with 2x7950's post his results in BF3 ultra? because many people have 2x7970's but I'm about to get another 7950 and I have no idea about the performance some reviews say more some others less but they are always stock,what about when overclocked?.

well i would say same as the HD7970 because as far as i know u can get same result with the HD7950 OC
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So I just bought a XFX HD 7950... first AMD card in a VERY long time. I installed it, everything is great, but when I check out my idle temperatures.... they are 60C. Is that normal?

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So I just bought a XFX HD 7950... first AMD card in a VERY long time. I installed it, everything is great, but when I check out my idle temperatures.... they are 60C. Is that normal?

It is pretty close to normal if you have multiple screens and a reference cooler. biggrin.gif
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It is pretty close to normal if you have multiple screens and a reference cooler. biggrin.gif
What temps are you getting under load?

 

I'm afraid to try it out... I loaded up furmark and it hits 75C pretty quickly. I'm kind of disappointed right now. My 570 at stock with 2 monitors was just fine, maxed out around 65C under load....

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I'm afraid to try it out... I loaded up furmark and it hits 75C pretty quickly. I'm kind of disappointed right now. My 570 at stock with 2 monitors was just fine, maxed out around 65C under load....

Which XFX version? Plus, what are your ambient temperatures in the room and which case? Those factors may be playing a roll in your temps.

Mine, a TF3 is sitting at 72*c, under full load, while folding for the past week. My ambient temp is close to 80* in the corner where my case sits. Running at 1Ghz Core, 1575Mem

Edit: So looked back at MSI Afterburner and my fan profile. I had it turned off and running at a static 55% fan speed. /facepalm. Back on my profile temps back down to ~65*c.
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Which XFX version? Plus, what are your ambient temperatures in the room and which case? Those factors may be playing a roll in your temps.
Mine, a TF3 is sitting at 72*c, under full load, while folding for the past week. My ambient temp is close to 80* in the corner where my case sits. Running at 1Ghz Core, 1575Mem
Edit: So looked back at MSI Afterburner and my fan profile. I had it turned off and running at a static 55% fan speed. /facepalm. Back on my profile temps back down to ~65*c.

 

This card.

 

Ambient is 23-24C.

 

I'm running at bone stock speeds. I do have two monitors, which I know on Nvidia cards causes them to run in "performance" mode at idle, but I wasn't aware this was the same for AMD cards. I just played BF3 for a little bit and temps were hitting 75C.... I'm thinking I need to replace the thermal paste on my card. 

 

BTW, This is all with the side panel off the case, because it's being modded soon....

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Just got my 7970 Vapor-X Ghz, decided to compare it to my 7950 Vapor-X clock per clock. And it pretty much reconfirms what we already know.

7950 Vapor-X 1070/1600


7970 Vapor-X Ghz 1070/1600


7970+7950 in Crossfire 1075/1575


Temps rarely shot above 62C in Crossfire, VRAM/VRM stayed around 65C. It may be that the cards are mounted at a 90 degree angle, but man do these cards run nice and cool.
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Just got my 7970 Vapor-X Ghz, decided to compare it to my 7950 Vapor-X clock per clock. And it pretty much reconfirms what we already know.
7950 Vapor-X 1070/1600
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7970 Vapor-X Ghz 1070/1600

7970+7950 in Crossfire 1075/1575

 

Temps rarely shot above 62C in Crossfire, VRAM/VRM stayed around 65C. It may be that the cards are mounted at a 90 degree angle, but man do these cards run nice and cool.

 

Nice dude! Sweet setup for sure ^_^

 

BTW, to all, I just thought about checking my fan speeds and it turns out it was stuck at 25% static from my old Nvidia profile... So I switched it to 50%+ static/variable and it's now idling at 45C. Much better lol

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