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?
Asus HD 7950 DirectCU II
Asus' HD 7950 DirectCU II is the thickest card in today's round-up, monopolizing not two, but three expansion slots. We've seen the DirectCU II cooling solution work well in the past, though. So, depending on your motherboard and chassis, giving up that third slot might be worthwhile. Additional cooling headroom is capitalized on with another 900 MHz core clock rate.
Two large axial fans should yield quiet operation, though you're forced to accept heated air blown into your chassis.
The card doesn't have any heat pipes poking outside of its shroud, resulting in a clean system build. But be careful of its weight; we'd recommend using a graphics card bracket to hold it in place.
- 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?