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Get this one. It's a cut-down version of HD 7950, uses Tahiti LE chip, also known as HD 7930 but since there's no official board from AMD they named it HD 7870 XT / Tahiti LE. It performs on par with GTX 660 Ti occasionally..


Yes but it have only 1 fan I think it will be loud or...? And I read that 7870 Tahiti is 5% deteriorating than 7950 is this true?
Edited by Bostyan87 - 5/24/13 at 8:40pm
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post #22 of 25
I heard it is, but at the cost of performance I can take it. There are some HD 7870 XT owners who say setting custom profiles gets the job done and reduces noise a lot. Might as well check out HD 7870 XT owners' thread and ask there, they'll give you personal insight but they may be biased. biggrin.gif

I'd like to point out that factory oc'ed HD 7850 to something like 975-1000 MHz perform on par or beat GeForce GTX 580 as well so don't underestimate the power of this tiny GPU. biggrin.gif My previous comment about this being not so better than the GTX 560 Ti was completely based on reference clocks of 860 MHz.
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This is my card spec.

ASUS Radeon HD 7850 2GB DirectCuII TOP V2

Graphics Engine
AMD Radeon HD 7850
Bus Standard
PCI Express 3.0
Video Memory
GDDR5 2GB
Engine Clock
1000 MHz
Memory Clock
5000 MHz ( 1250 MHz GDDR5 )
RAMDAC
400 MHz
Resolution
D-Sub Max Resolution : 2048x1536
DVI Max Resolution : 2560x1600


I read on internet that someone OC card on 1250 MHz.... It has this big difference or...? I like this card becouse it have 2 fans. I dont know why they made powerful cards with only 1 fan.

Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti it only have 1GB but has had 3 fans.
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GTX 560 Ti was a mid-end graphics card of it's time, today's similarly priced GPUs are more efficient in almost all departments, be it cooling or power consumption but perform better.

The ASUS Radeon HD 7850 2GB you've chosen is a great card. thumb.gif
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GTX 560 Ti was a mid-end graphics card of it's time, today's similarly priced GPUs are more efficient in almost all departments, be it cooling or power consumption but perform better.

The ASUS Radeon HD 7850 2GB you've chosen is a great card. thumb.gif

For 6+ months will be sure thumb.gif for me smile.gif


And PowerColor HD 7870 Myst Edition Testing Temperature not even so high with only 1 fan...



http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/powercolor_hd7870_myst/13.htm


My Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti 1GB with 3 fans was

Idle: 30°C

Playing: up to 60°C
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