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post #11 of 36
Grab a napkin cause you just got served (sugarhell)... REPUBLICOFGAMER is correct. But seriously though, I have no issue overclocking to 1200Mhz with 1575 mem at stock voltage (stock for my card, not reference voltage) on my MSI R7950 Boost Edition. I do have less stream processors than a 7970 though. I personally would just wait to afford another 7970 to save time and use equipment you have already, plus then you can clock even higher than a competing 7950. Good luck with your choice, either way you'll have a great system. Just my two cents.
post #12 of 36
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Originally Posted by REPUBLICOFGAMER View Post

and your proof? and how much did you spend on it?

My proof for what? You make a statement that the 7950 overclock better than the 7970. And you post me that your cards can do 1100. The ghz edition 7970 at stock is at 1100


This one is one of my cards. Mediocre but whatever.

7970 ref on air with the reference cooler

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5471110
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Grab a napkin cause you just got served (sugarhell)... REPUBLICOFGAMER is correct. But seriously though, I have no issue overclocking to 1200Mhz with 1575 mem at stock voltage (stock for my card, not reference voltage) on my MSI R7950 Boost Edition. I do have less stream processors than a 7970 though. I personally would just wait to afford another 7970 to save time and use equipment you have already, plus then you can clock even higher than a competing 7950. Good luck with your choice, either way you'll have a great system. Just my two cents.

Wait, what? wth.gif
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I am not referring to all the 7970's just most thumb.gif
post #15 of 36
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I am not referring to all the 7970's just most thumb.gif

No that is a misinformation. If you go to valley thread you will see that the 7970 overclock higher than the 7950. The 7950 that can clock similar are extremely rare like 3-4
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Wait, what? wth.gif

Did I mess something up? I can post proof as soon as I finish reassembling my machine.
post #17 of 36
lol ....................

Tell me that I am wrong here

"Can most 7950's keep up with a 7970"?
post #18 of 36
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Originally Posted by REPUBLICOFGAMER View Post

is that so? I AM ABOUT TO TAKE YOU TO SCHOOL SON!!!

okay so

7970 = SAPPHIRE (first one on newegg)
Core Clock: 950MHz
Boost Clock: 1000MHz
2048 Stream Processors
3GB 384-bit GDDR5
PCI Express 3.0 x16

7950=SAPPHIRE (off newegg)
Core Clock: 850MHz
Boost Clock: 925MHz
1792 Stream Processors
3GB 384-bit GDDR5
PCI Express 3.0 x16


okay so in this case STOCK 7970 beats the 7950 (duh common sense)
but the 7970's will always have more steam possessors


NOW ! I have 3 7950's and they are on air (not water AIR!) I have the water blocks for them but want my
900D first xD so I can put them on and go higher over clock


back to the point these are my cards
PowerColor AX7950 3GBD5-2DHV4 Radeon HD 7950 Boost State 3GB 384-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card
and this is my over clock on all of them @ STOCK VOLTAGE !!!!! ( volt is unlocked on this card)




whats that ? so please next time ask for proof before calling some one a lie,
NO MATTER WHAT THE ONLY THING 7970 HAS ON ME IS STEAM POSSESSORS!!!


I REST MY CASE!
-ROG

You really didnt prove anything need a gpuz screen shot with them loaded to show the voltages sence they are boost cards they could be set to 1.25 both my 7970s do 1150 on under 1.25 and 1 does 1200 on 1.25. 7950 and 7970s should clock close to each other but the 7970 has more Stream Processors so the 7950 will always need to clock higher to beat or keep up.
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post #19 of 36
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lol ....................

Tell me that I am wrong here

"Can most 7950's keep up with a 7970"?

Yeah they can if they can clock similar. You think that 1200 overclock is big but its low especially for a 7970. My cards under water can do 1350 + and i have seen only 2 7950 (golden cards) to clock similar
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lol ....................

Tell me that I am wrong here

"Can most 7950's keep up with a 7970"?
Considering my card costs $100 less I would say that I can hold my own next to a 7970. I'm sure that a 7970 is more powerful with its extra stream processors, however for the 5-10% performance difference between my card with its overclock and a 7970 I'd rather save the $100. We are all part of team red (ATI/AMD), no need to start a war.
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