Radeon HD 7950 Double D Black Edition
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32
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29 GPixel/s
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3072 MB
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1375 MHz
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900 MHz
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PSU
500 Watt
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Radeon HD 7950 Double D Black Edition Game Requirement Analysis

Radeon HD 7950 Double D Black Edition is a special edition of the Radeon HD 7950.
The new features include a core-clock raise from 800MHz to 900MHz and memory clock increase from 1250MHz to 1375MHz, making it similar to Radeon HD 7970. A new cooling system called Double Dissipation was installed which should keep Radeon HD 7950's temperatures low under extreme loading.
The performance boost is around 5.5% when compared to the reference Radeon HD 7950.


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over here this card is cheaper and better than the reference 7950

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Will my cpu bottleneck this if I get it?

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no, you have a great CPU there, it's still capable of taming this beast.

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cheers man, i'm looking forward to seeing how capable this is(:

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Cool man =D

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Ikow this is Old, But My cpu can hold up against 780 Classy at 1225/1650 :D

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hi there can i run this with my 500w psu, it says minimum 500w so i should be okay

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What is the model of the PSU? It depends a lot on how much amperage it can really deliver through 12V

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im not really sure how would i find out ??

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Is it the PSU that came within the Case, perchance? If so, opening your computer and taking a look at the PSU label should do. If you know the manufacturer or exact model, you can look it up in the official page

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it says, Win power, and the model number is AD-ES00AE-A5/A6

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apparently 12v max output

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What does that 12V value say, should look like 25A or near that number?

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14A

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That's very low, and not capable of properly running this. Is it showing 12V1 and 12V2 or just one 12V value?

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It says +12v1 and +12v2

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Oh, then it's not just 14A. If 12V2 is also around 14A, this should work but it's cutting it too short. You might want to consider upgrading your PSU too, since you're getting a High end card

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Will it run it though just for now, then ill buy a 750w next week ??

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Yeah, should survive a week, provided you don't stress much your system, it could crash/freeze because of low power.
Make sure you buy a branded 750W with decent efficiency ;)

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Could u name a decent one for me preferably around 30 or 40 pound

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SeaSonic S12II 620W I think fits your budget

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I have found one psu 750w, made by ace and has a max ac of 26a and is only 22pound that good enough ??

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Is it 80+ certified?

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Probably, but you should seriously stick to known manufacturers. The Amperage is a more direct way of finding out how much power a PSU can truly deliver. That 35$ 750W is of low efficiency, hence the relatively low price. Even a 520W unit such as this one is of better quality, even though the Capacity is lower, at first glance

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Joel - I really doubt it's 80+, a 750W certified PSU should deliver around 50A at the very least

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I thought it seemed pretty low, my 750w gives 62A on a single 12V rail :)

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Kickass PSU

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Hehe i went complete overkill on it though, i could probably run my rig on a high quality 500w or 550.

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http://www.microdirect.co.uk/Home/Product/52218/Ace-PSU-750W-12cm-red-fan its that one i live in uk so it needs to be cheap cant afford no more, just tell me if itll run it and ill be happy

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So would this be pretty much an overclocked version of the Double D 7950? If so, could I easily overclock the Double D without any extra ventilation to get to this level? Because the cards are pretty much the same, and if this one doesn't melt at that speed, then the normal Double D shouldn't either.
Any ideas?

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it most probably has better cooling fans to keep up with the enhanced performance but if you want of course you can try. i would recommend checking hardware forums like tomshardware for people who already did it or make a post there yourself. you are most probably not the first guy to have that idea and these guys will be able to give you better, more detailed and more reliable advice than gd members. good luck! however do NOT try to set these clock speeds right away. increase a bit, test under full load, then increase again if stable and not too hot (shouldnt go over 70-80°C under full load)

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Thanks for the info, gonna check in tomshardware.
Yeah, I didn't mean the minute I buy it that i'll make the overclock. I'm thinking in the future, like in 2-3 years, when the gfx can't run most games on high.

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