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?
HIS H795F3G2M (Reference Design)
Finally, we have HIS' H795F3G2M, which adheres to AMD's reference design. It employs a dual-slot design with one smaller axial fan. If, after seeing a parade of dual-fan models, this one sounds a little underpowered for a graphics card in the enthusiast segment, you're right (as many reviews have shown).
Nevertheless, we're including it as a baseline, particularly since this is the design of choice for enthusiasts who want to install their own third-party cooling solutions. Its 800 MHz factory core clock is (by far) the slowest in our round-up.
Unfortunately, AMD's reference cooling solution is quite loud, which you'll hear in our videos.
- 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?