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are r7950s compatible to 7950
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are r7950s compatible to 7950
doesn't mater now, you already made up your mind and made purchase.
post #73 of 75
You should have stayed with the 680 at this point. Anyway I'm pretty sure all of this is a time wasting post filled with BS.
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doesn't mater now, you already made up your mind and made purchase.
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i only actually purchased one card that being the msi r7950 so theres still time..
post #75 of 75
Why did you get a reference cooler 7950? Those are way too hot and loud, the heatsink is literally a third the size of most non-reference models.

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Same style cooler as this one. I couldnt find the MSI version with the top cover removed.
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