Page 1:Six Radeon HD 7950s, Rounded-Up
Page 2:HIS HD 7950 IceQ Turbo
Page 3:Sapphire HD 7950 OC
Page 4:Asus HD 7950 DirectCU II
Page 5:MSI HD 7950 Twin Frozr III
Page 6:PowerColor HD 7950 PCS
Page 7:HIS H795F3G2M (Reference Design)
Page 8:How We Test
Page 9:Power Consumption
Page 12:Noise Comparison Videos
Page 13:Benchmark Results And Overclocking
Page 14:Which Radeon HD 7950 Is Right For You?
On this page you'll find the actual acoustic measurements. The following page should give you a better idea of what the cards actually sound like, though.
As expected, PowerColor's HD 7950 PCS is one of the quietest (albeit one of the hottest-running) cards. Interestingly, Asus' HD 7950 DirectCU II manages to outperform it in the gaming and full-load benchmarks, making it cooler, more quiet, and 20 MHz faster. HIS' HD 7950 IceQ Turbo finishes third in all three benchmarks. AMD's reference design comes in dead last, particularly when it comes to applying a load.
With the exception of the reference model, all of these cards deliver respectable acoustic performance.
- Six Radeon HD 7950s, Rounded-Up
- HIS HD 7950 IceQ Turbo
- Sapphire HD 7950 OC
- Asus HD 7950 DirectCU II
- MSI HD 7950 Twin Frozr III
- PowerColor HD 7950 PCS
- HIS H795F3G2M (Reference Design)
- How We Test
- Power Consumption
- Noise Comparison Videos
- Benchmark Results And Overclocking
- Which Radeon HD 7950 Is Right For You?