- Product Name
ASUS AMD HD7970TOP 3GB PCIE3 DDR5 DVI/HDMI/DP (LS) (EAH7970-DC2T-3G)Australian Owned International Distribution
The ASUS AMD Radeon HD 7970 is a Video Card supported by the CrossFireX which offers a 3GB 384-bit GDDR5, 2048 Stream Processors, and a PCI Express 3.0 x16. It runs quite well and does not have the noisy sound present in other video cards. The aesthetics it has is very impressive and provides the action that it quite fast-paced. It looks the part as well and does not have a hideous appearance at all. The following specifications of the Video Card are as follows: A core clock of 1000MHz, a 2048 Stream Processors, a memory interface of 384-bit, and a display port of 4 x DisplayPort. It is perfectly HDCP Ready, is supported by the Eyefinity and the Dual-Link DVI. It also has the DirectCU thermal design which is considerably responsible for the utilization of the six-all copper heatpipes and has a 20% bugger dissipation area as well as a 14Db quieter ability. The card has a real-time endurance as it does not seem to give up on pressure that easy. It does not surrender quickly. The overclockers of the machine tend to go higher than what you could ever imagine. That’s a good thing but then again you may want to consider taking it slow as that is irreversible because it does not allow you to underclock the machine. The latest technologies for the supremacy of the memory of the device have been interjected in the system of the device to provide it with an ultra-fast and powerful performance. However, the performance it offers does not outrun or outdo its predecessor. Another drawback may have to be the consistency of the quality control. Some people have experienced receiving this device and the replacement of this device over and over again with a similar defect. It does not work altogether. The device somehow encounters different issues with regards to bad quality of the software which makes the driver somewhat encounter an awful freeze or constant annoying crashes. Some say that in the worst cases, the screen tends to run for a few seconds and then altogether resort to having a freeze screen with all those indefinable death of the screen with a grey color. In totality, this product works fine but needs a little more improvisations.