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Their custom PCBs almost always are, reference design cards though are usually whatever default color is (black, red etc).
Didn't know that. I'm not an AMD guy... cheers for the tidbit.
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I didn't know that either.
    
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little bit pricey frown.gif hopefully it will drop when the next gen Nvidia cards release.
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Dont buy reference 7950, they have cheap pcb, cheap vrm and cant OC very well ,1000-1050mhz on air, compared to 1200-1250 for the 7970 .... they are like the first GTX570. Id wait for MSI TFIII 7950, with the custom pcb and improved vrm its gonna fix all the reference design problem.
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I corrected that for ya.

a high end gaming computer for less than 250$ plz let me know where to buy seriously (I consider your rig as a high-end gaming comp fyi)
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Dont buy reference 7950, they have cheap pcb, cheap vrm and cant OC very well ,1000-1050mhz on air, compared to 1200-1250 for the 7970 .... they are like the first GTX570. Id wait for MSI TFIII 7950, with the custom pcb and improved vrm its gonna fix all the reference design problem.

Do you have a source for this? Pretty bold claims with no evidence whatsoever lol
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Dont buy reference 7950, they have cheap pcb, cheap vrm and cant OC very well ,1000-1050mhz on air, compared to 1200-1250 for the 7970 .... they are like the first GTX570. Id wait for MSI TFIII 7950, with the custom pcb and improved vrm its gonna fix all the reference design problem.
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Do you have a source for this? Pretty bold claims with no evidence whatsoever lol

It's one of those Chinese shils we keep hearing about!
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Why spend nearly 500 for a card, just spend the extra two hundred on a 7970 that would smoke the 7950. Seems a bit ridiculous to me. All of the xx50 cards so far have launched at around $250, the xx70 cards around 400 hundred, and onwards. That 7950 better be at least as good as two 5850/6850's for that price.
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