Published on 22nd December 2011 by
Originally Posted by articleAs the first 28nm GPU, the HD 7970 2GB was always going to be exciting
Originally Posted by DarkFearFINALLY! Bring on the 28nm era!
Probably gonna get shouted at for this, but I was wondering, since this 3GB card beats the 1.5GB GTX580 at high resolutions, would a 3GB GTX580 fare better against it then? I assume it would close the gap between the two (but by how much I'm not sure) since memory usage is more important at higher resolutions.
Originally Posted by ArticleRounding out the GPU’s vital statistics are eight render back-end units, each with eight ROPs for a combined total of 32 ROPs, which has been the standard number for AMD’s high end GPUs for the last few generations.
Originally Posted by mhadina'...the fan spun up to a gently audible level under load to keep the GPU temperature below 80°C.'
Hmmmmm. I wonder what would my ears say about it. :)
What about multi-display performance, did you forget that?
However, many thanks, nice review....
Originally Posted by xaser04Actually on the point of Kempler. Does anyone know if Nvidia will be adding Surround support to its cards natively? In other words will you be able to run Surround off of one card like AMD Eyefinity?
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