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ATI HD 5970

Time for a new chapter in the story of ATI's new graphics card. This time it's time for their flagship HD 5970. The card has dual cores and 2GB GDDR5 memory

XFX R7970

XFX has sent their R7970 to our test facility, extra fun when the card does not follow the reference design of full.

XFX R7950

XFX has been fast again and now their R7950 DD Black is on the test bench. Same amount of memory and similar coolers as their R7970.

AMD HD 7870/7850

The cards in this review are very hot candidates, we are looking closely at AMD's new HD 7870 and HD 7850. Powerful than HD 77xx and cheaper than HD 79xx

MSI R7770

Do you remember when AMD launched its HD 5770 graphics card? They were not the most powerful or the cheapest cards, but they were affordable. AMD has now released their HD 7770 and HD 7750.


Most like hardware that does not follow reference design. We like when manufacturers come with products that stick out in one way or another, just like with this Gigabyte card.

KFA2 GTX 560

For those who are now wondering about KFA2, we can mention that it is a subsidiary of Galaxy and their main goal is to deliver high-performance high quality products.

Zotac GTX 580

This is the first card from Zotac we at tests. Extra nice is when it comes to a card that does not follow reference design.

Kingston HyperX T1 Black 3x4Gb

Kingston has sent their HyperX T1 Black to us for a review. It is a kit of three 4GB knobs with a specified speed of 1600Mhz.

ADATA XPG Plus v2.0 3x2Gb 1866+

The memories of ADATA are equipped with dual heat conduction pipes, and PCB has got a round and is made up of eight layers.

Corsair Vengeance 3x4Gb

Corsair's new Vengeance, a series of energy-saving memories that do not require more than 1.5V. Despite the low tension, the memories are speculated for a total of 1600Mhz with 9-9-9-24.

Fem DDR3 1600MHz 3x2GB kit

These are 3x2Gb kit that manufacturers have developed specifically to match Intel's power requirements up to 1.65V and match the built-in memory controller in the processors.

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