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Roundup: the Radeon HD 7970s and 7950s from Asus, HIS, MSI, PowerColor, Sapphire and XFX
by Damien Triolet
Published on May 9, 2012

Infrared thermography: systems

HD 7950 press edition
Reference HD 7970
Asus HD 7970 DirectCU II TOP
HIS HD 7950
MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III
MSI R7970 Lightning
PowerColor HD 7950 PCS+
Sapphire HD 7950
Sapphire HD 7950 OverClock
XFX HD 7950 Black Edition Double Dissipation
XFX HD 7970 Double Dissipation
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None of the cards tested poses any particular problem in terms of the temperatures inside the casing. Nevertheless those Radeon HD 7970s that don't expel hot air from the casing do cause internal heat levels to rise and the HIS, MSI Twin Frozr III and Sapphire SuperClock Radeon HD 7950s and the Radeon 7970 Lightning tend to expel more hot air towards the hard drives than the other cards.

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