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Sapphire hd 7870 xt not available?

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May 7, 2013 4:50:43 PM

hey

Is the sapphire hd 7870 xt discontinued. In the online shop I buy my parts(In the Netherlands) it's just gone and when I watched at newegg I saw It's discontinued but that happens quite often.
Does anyone know if the production is stopped?

I have to buy the club 3d version now(club 3d hd 7870 jokercard xt). Does anyone have experience with that card?

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May 7, 2013 4:56:01 PM

The Sapphire version is no longer on newegg. It probably sold out. You could try and wait for another or go with the club 3d version.
In my research, it appears that club 3d cards overclock like complete badasses. I could be wrong, Ive never personally owned one, but people on youtube ive seen them put theres up like champs to insane speeds.

The 7870XT is a beast of a card, so I say just go for the club 3d version. You won't be disappointed for how much card you get for your buck with it
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May 7, 2013 5:00:45 PM

thanks.

Saw the club 3d(same as powercolor myst I beleive) ran pretty on some test so how does it oc beastly?
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May 7, 2013 5:01:25 PM

I would definitely say go with the 7970XT Joker Edition
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May 7, 2013 5:04:46 PM

will go for the club 3d, thanks.
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May 7, 2013 5:04:51 PM

L Helps said:
thanks.

Saw the club 3d(same as powercolor myst I beleive) ran pretty on some test so how does it oc beastly?


Honestly, how well it overclocks is based on luck kind of. But there are some manufacturers whose cards overclock better than others, generally speaking. Sapphire and MSI tend to overclock well compared to XFX or gigabyte cards, generally speaking.
The Club 3D from what Ive seen in reviews overclocks well. You can read reviews from people and see what they are getting to for a general idea.

For example Ive seen a lot of people get their 7950s to 1200/1575 and I can only do 1175/1575. Its all about luck of the silicon and how well the batch was manufactured. But when you have a good manufacturer, they tend to not distribute really bad batches of cards that dont overclock well
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May 7, 2013 5:08:00 PM

Thanks
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May 7, 2013 5:10:56 PM

Your welcome
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