TUL Announces a Pair of Powercolor HD7950 Graphics Cards - HotHardware
TUL Announces a Pair of Powercolor HD7950 Graphics Cards

TUL Announces a Pair of Powercolor HD7950 Graphics Cards

TUL brought a couple of new graphics cards to the market with the PowerColor PCS+ HD7950 and PowerColor HD7950. The two cards have almost identical specs. Both have 1250MHz memory speed; 3GB of GDDR5 memory with 384-bit memory bandwidth; support for CrossFireX; and DL-DVI-I, HDMI, and two mini DisplayPorts.

The standard card has a core clock of 800MHz while the PCS+ is at 880MHz, and the latter has dual fans, as well. They also both feature PCI-E 3.0 support and AMD’s PowerTune, Eyefinity 2.0, HD3D, and APP Acceleration technology.



POWERCOLOR ANNOUNCED HD7950 SERIES FOR NO-COMPROMISE GAMERS
Design for the best HD Gaming Experience and Computing Performance

Taipei, Taiwan –January 31st, 2012 -- TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today announces the graphics solution for no-compromise gamers: the PowerColor HD7950 series. Armed with 28nm GCN architecture, PowerColor lined up PCS+ and standard editions to fulfill every hungry gamer’s demand. Both editions support the latest PCI Express 3.0, easily maximizing performance by doubling the bandwidth of previous generation, delivering ground-breaking gaming experience like never before.

The PCS+ HD7950 has factory overclocked setting at 880MHz core and 1250MHz memory speed, with dual 92mm ultra huge fan and 3 units 8mm large heat pipes design, easily dissipating the heat from pure cooper base which fully covers the GPU, providing 15% lower temp. and 20% quieter noise level. The HD7950 clocks at 800MHz core and 1250MHz memory speed, ready to tackle all the demanding game titles.

The HD7950 series takes advantage of AMD PowerTune technology, maximizing performance by dynamically increasing GPU engine clock, enabling higher clockspeeds when it needed; also, with the latest AMD Eyefinity 2.0 technology and HD3D technology, gamers can get a lifelike gaming experience through the 16k x 16k maximum display group resolution. Furthermore, with the support of AMD APP Acceleration, the latest HD7950 series can offload computing from CPU to GPU, speeding up the daily applications and increasing the efficiency.
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I just can Say WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW

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Sounds interesting, I like PowerColor's cards.

But again, the pricing on the 7950 is way too high at present, so I'll be waiting for the release of Kepler, for the prices to settle, and then I'll make my choice around April to the card I purchase.

I think I'm leaning towards nVidia though.

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at Overclockers.com there is a review for this caed if you want to see it its here http://www.overclockers.com/powercolor-7950-pcs-graphics-card-review

and for those undecided on

Sapphire, XFX , PowerColor XFX HD 7950

here a  Review of them.

http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Roundups/PowerColor_Sapphire_XFX_HD_7950/ @ neoseeker.com

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Sweet, let's hope HotHardware gets some of those babies in it's lab and overclocks the hell out of them.

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This cards looks to be a solid performer, although it mostly looks to trade blows with the GTX580 (depending on the game/review/settings/resolution) - for better or worse.

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