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i was looking to get another 7970 to pair up with my current vapor-x 7970 but due to some space issues i might opt for a single card with dual gpus do you recommend the devil 13 ? and how does it over clock, and how about it's operation temps ? is that 3 fan cooler on it doing a good job keeping the cores and the vrms temps in check ?

thanks !
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i was looking to get another 7970 to pair up with my current vapor-x 7970 but due to some space issues i might opt for a single card with dual gpus do you recommend the devil 13 ? and how does it over clock, and how about it's operation temps ? is that 3 fan cooler on it doing a good job keeping the cores and the vrms temps in check ?

thanks !

im think the same thing, but never mined. is it profitable??
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what resolution, single 1080p.?
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I couldn't recommend it. It's loud, doesn't overclock that well and it costs more than 2 7970s.
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I couldn't recommend it. It's loud, doesn't overclock that well and it costs more than 2 7970s.
same here....
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im think the same thing, but never mined. is it profitable??

here it is, i almost paid off my gpu
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what resolution, single 1080p.?

yup but want to absolutely max out everything with max AA and have a minimum of 60fps
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I couldn't recommend it. It's loud, doesn't overclock that well and it costs more than 2 7970s.
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same here....

did you guys try it ??

my current 7970 does 1200 core i heard that in dual gpu configurations 1100 core is about max
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Review: Club3D Radeon HD 7990 6GB
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Final Thoughts And Rating
The fact that AMD remains tight-lipped regarding the release of its own Radeon HD 7990 graphics card has put the onus on add-in board partners to build their own dual-GPU models that, for the most part, take in two HD 7970 GPUs and place them on to one board.

A good look at the gargantuan Club3D HD 7990 6GB card indicates that coaxing two Tahiti XT GPUs onto one PCB requires cooling that is more brute than elegant. This HD 7990's design and appearance juxtaposes with the sleek lines of the quiet-running GeForce GTX 690.

Where the Club3D scores big is with performance, and our numbers show it to be the fastest graphics card in this line-up, beating the GTX 690.

Undoubtedly fast as it is, with scope for even more performance through a bout of overclocking, there are two disadvantages that spring to mind. Readers contemplating this type of monster card should have the necessary chassis room for two Radeon HD 7970 GPUs, which are both faster and cheaper. What's more, in the UK at least, it's difficult to purchase this card and avail yourself of the high-quality six-game AMD Reloaded Never Settle bundle - something which is rather more straightforward with other brands.

The Club3D HD 7990 6GB is one of a few dual-GPU performance Radeons that are available right now. The £750 pricing and nebulous gaming bundle contrive to count against what is otherwise a solid proposition for that niche market populated by the deep-pocketed enthusiasts.

The Good

Did we say it's fast?
Remains cool
Overclocks well
GTX 690-beating performance

The Bad

Could be clocked in at higher speeds
AMD six-game bundle is hard to guarantee... in the UK
Other HD 7990s available for up to £100 less
Can get annoyingly loud

HEXUS.rating - 3/5
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