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Originally Posted by sugarhell View Post

eh? Why you compare different architectures?
Uhm to, y'know, compare their performance...?
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Originally Posted by Blindsay View Post

found a review of my card and it looks like it uses Hynix chips, ill double check when i get home but those are the good ones then right?

"The memory used on the GIGABYTE HD7950 are the same HYNIX modules we have seen on all previous HD7950 reviews, the very overclocking friendly H5GQ2H24MFA T2C modules."

although i just looked and theirs is an older revision, mine has a 6+8 pin power connector theirs is dual 6 pin

What was mounted on the card given to reviewers may no longer be relevant.
The only way to know for sure is to take off the radiator or just test your memory for max overclocks. If they overclock good, they are good, no matter what type :-).
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