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its with blue pcb so no. The previous rev if i remember was a reference. This one isnt
The HiS uses blue PCB and I know of reference Sapphire 7950 uses a blue PCB check this one out:

http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemNumber=N82E16814161399


I don't think color matters....
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The HiS uses blue PCB and I know of reference Sapphire 7950 uses a blue PCB check this one out:

http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemNumber=N82E16814161399


I don't think color matters....

When we talk about gigabyte yeah it matters
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Dude you wanna help or what? Check my rigs i have like 6-7 reference 7970s. Go ahead and buy that gigabyte you will gonna Regret it
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When we talk about gigabyte yeah it matters
your right but this is very odd

http://m.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-hd-7970-overclock-review,3186-2.html

Why does this say black pcb but we see it as blue?
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your right but this is very odd

http://m.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-hd-7970-overclock-review,3186-2.html

Why does this say black pcb but we see it as blue?

Colorblind?
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Dude you wanna help or what? Check my rigs i have like 6-7 reference 7970s. Go ahead and buy that gigabyte you will gonna Regret it
Sorry man I'm not trying to upset anyone I'm just confused is all.... Sorry about I just dot know the difference between a ref and non ref.... Usually just buy a Gpu based in whether it does what I need but I'm now watercooling and want to know what I should get.... Since that Gigabyte is voltage locked I doubt ill get it. But it is still compatible with the Alphacool Nexxoss ATXP at least that is what the chart on alpha pols website said.... I'm sorry again...
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Colorblind?
No the second photo shows a blue pcb....
post #19 of 86
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Sugar hell I looked at your sig. What sapphires are those? Since I live in US I don't know if I could get VTX3D cards.
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Sugar hell I looked at your sig. What sapphires are those? Since I live in US I don't know if I could get VTX3D cards.

If you want reference on US you should look only for Diamonds. Nothing else.

Probably you cant find these sapphires anymore. Dual-x with the reference pcb. Its like 1+ years old.The new rev use the vapor-x pcb.
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