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XFX Radeon HD 6990 DirectX 11 HD-699A-ENF9 4GB 256-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card with Eyefinity

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  • 4GB 256-Bit GDDR5
  • Core Clock 830MHz
  • 1 x DVI 4 x Mini DisplayPort
  • 3072 (1536 x 2) Stream Processors
  • PCI Express 2.1 x16

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Feel the adrenaline rush with the XFX HD-699A-ENF9 graphics card. Integrating Dual GPU with amazing total 3072(1536x2) Stream Processing Units, 4GB GDDR5 high-speed memory and an array of breakthrough features, this high-powered beast creates unrivaled performance for the hardcore gamers to power through even the most demanding game titles, forever changing the way your look at and play video games.

AMD HD3D technology with full DirectX 11 support, four Mini-DisplayPort 1.2 outputs and a Dual-Link DVI port, gives players ultra-high resolution gaming across up to four Eyefinity displays simultaneously. In addition, AMD’s exclusive anti-aliasing platform, Morphological Anti-Aliasing (MLAA), reduces and smoothes jagged lines to enhance visual qualities without lowering frame rates associated with standard anti-aliasing. Not all games have anti-aliasing support, but MLAA can enhance your graphics on any application.

  • newegg Incredible Performance Harnessing dual second-generation DirectX 11-capable GPUs, 4GB of high speed GDDR5 memory, the XFX HD-699A-ENF9 creates the ultimate in intense, immersive HD gaming with raw performance, giving even the most hardcore gamers an extra boost of adrenaline.
  • newegg Direct 11 The very latest in high-speed, high-fidelity gaming and computing, the DirectX 11 features technologies like Compute Shaders, Direct2D, Multithreaded Rendering and Tessellation, enabling not just more visually stunning games, but significant performance improvements in some of your favorite websites and everyday applications.
  • newegg AMD Eyefinity Technology Don’t choose between play or work. Let up to 6 displays bring you games, movies and the web without interruption. AMD Eyefinity technology supports up to 6 displays with the Radeon HD 6990, delivering innovative graphics display capabilities enabling massive desktop workspaces and ultra-immersive visual environments for the ultimate panoramic computing experience.
  • newegg AMD EyeSpeed Technology Powered by a set of innovative hardware and software technologies working in concert behind the scenes, AMD EyeSpeed technology gives you enhanced speed and performance beyond traditional graphics and video processing. With the EyeSpeed technology, you can enjoy beautifully rich and clear video playback when streaming from the web, take in your favorite movies in stunning, stutter-free HD quality, run multiple applications smoothly at maximum speed, and enjoy lightning fast game play and realistic physics effects.
  • newegg AMD HD3D Technology AMD HD3D Technology is supported by an advanced and open ecosystem that, in conjunction with specific AMD hardware and software technologies, enables 3D display capabilities for many PC applications and experiences.
  • newegg ATI CrossFireX ATi CrossFireX is the ultimate multi-GPU performance gaming platform, enabling two or more discrete graphics processors to work together for boosted system performance and a breakthrough gaming experience.

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  • Eric S.
  • 12/7/2011 9:52:17 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggscorrection on my review

Pros: I just got off the phone w/ Corsair.... my issues were a memory timing problem between the stock motherboard settings and the recommended timing of my Corsair Vengeance ram.
These cards are still awesome !!!

Cons: Problem solved

Other Thoughts: Check to make sure your MoBo isn't reducing the timing under it's default settings. You may need to manually adjust that.

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  • Eric S.
  • 12/7/2011 7:59:34 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsfrustrated

Pros: Great potential. 4gb of video memory sounds really good.

Cons: Until of course you try playing BF3. I have been messing around with the drivers the entire time I've owned these 2 cards. I still have BF3 crash in the middle of maps.
Intel i7 960 @ 2.6GHz
16GB ram
Asus P6T7 SuperComputer MoBo
1200 watt PSU
2 x 6990's in Crossfire

I've tried one card, two cards in crossfire and two cards not in crossfire. I still make it 1 - 2 hours of BF3 and my pc starts crashing. The CPU temps are all great (111 - 117 deg.F after all that time gaming).
I don't remember what my in game GPU temps were but I know they were fine.
I'm using the Beta drivers from XFX and still no joy.
Frustrating after all that $ invested in an otherwise excellent brand name.

Other Thoughts: Wait until they are stable before you buy.
Make me have flashbacks of Win. Vista all over again.

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  • Timothy B.
  • 11/24/2011 1:12:44 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsMassive card

Pros: It runs. No BSODs, or artifacts, or obvious issues like that.

Cons: The card plays games, and everything seems to be operating fine, but I just can not get the results everyone else seems to be getting with this card. I get low end results on benchmarks, micro-stuttering with many games, and no game I've tried it on will run at much more than 40-50 fps. All the drivers are up to date, and I even have the latest profiles from AMD.

I've read that processors like mine (core i7 920 @ 2.66GHz) will bottleneck it, but then I've also read that those people saying that are full of it, so I'm not sure where to stand on that.

I'm really hoping these issues are fixed in later driver updates by AMD if it's not a bottlenecking issue.

Other Thoughts: This thing is huge. That's not really a bad thing if you've got the space for it, but make sure you're also accounting for the extra space needed for airflow. If you can barely fit this bad boy into your case, maybe you should upgrade your case as well?

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  • Anderson d.
  • 11/12/2011 5:36:46 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggspowerfull video card

Pros: great perfomance. I buy 2 for croossfire, is a extreme performance with only one, you can run bf3 full ultra 1920x1200 over 70fps (i7920 3.8ghz) is my first ati, I'm really impressed with the performance, very happy with the performance, ati drivers are updating monthly.

Cons: I can not put a watter cooling, because it has a sticker, the screw, if you remove it, you lose the warranty, too bad by xfx, anyone with four fingers in front going to disarm a video card for damage, if remove these screws is to maintain a lower temperature and care do not you think??

the temperature is a little high and you have to turn up the fan rpm to lower the temperature, probe the botom to change the bios to overclock and I could not get good performance, very unstable. is not much difference actually.

Other Thoughts: worth buying this card, I bought a few cards xfx and is a very good brand, unfortunately I was disappointed about the sticker, I hope I authorize placing the blocks of water is the only thing for which I am not satisfied, the rest , is a monster video card, eats the games, you put everything in full and walk as usual. I think playing rfactor is a fault with the drivers, running in crossfire but the performance is low compared to other games, I really have not got the solution. is great you should check the size of your case, buy it you will not regret

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  • William A.
  • 11/9/2011 4:38:47 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsFast and Furiously Loud

Pros: Runs everything I play very smoothly so far. Two GPU solution on one card.

Cons: Loud as a jet when the temps get high. I have a Lanboy Air case with 9 120mm fans. Those don't bother me a bit. When temps cross 85C under heavy load the fan winds up like a blow dryer to get them back down. It's enough to distract me from whatever I'm playing even with the volume up high enough to shake stuff on the walls.

HDMI adapter causes BSOD.

Other Thoughts: I see a few reviews complaining of BSOD and lockups. I am just speculating here but I think they may be using the HDMI adapter. I had the same problem and tried an old Catalyst driver fix from AMD, but it didn't work. Once I switched to DVI it started working fine. Sucks that the HDMI doesn't seem to work properly, but thats no deal breaker for me.

Crazy long card. Measure space in your case before you buy.

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  • Josh T.
  • 11/9/2011 12:19:33 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat card; great warranty; noise can be an issue

Pros: After hours reading reviews of high-end AMD and Nvidia cards, I finally went with the 6990. I'm glad I did.

My decision to buy the XFX version was largely due to reading that XFX will allow both the use of the dual-bios switch and the installation of water-cooling blocks, while still keeping the card under warranty. After getting the card, I opened a support ticket letting XFX know of my intentions and received the following response:

"No there is not [any issue] as long as your keep all the original cooling hardware, that would have to be reinstalled if RMA is ever needed. So keep everything even the screws. Also what is not covered is physical damage, so you need to be very careful. If your screwdriver slips and damages the card it wont be covered under warranty."

The water block is installed; the dual-bios switch is flipped, and the card is sublimely running my triple-monitor eyefinity setup. Better yet, it is doing so silently, compactly, and with reasonable power draw.

Cons: The stock fan can definitely get loud. Video tests I watched on YouTube got readings in the 60-70db range, which is roughly equivalent to a hair drier or vacuum cleaner. A well-ventilated case like the Haf-X (where I have it) certainly helps, but only to a point.

I intended to do water cooling from the start, so this was a non-issue for me--especially since it stays under warranty. Even so, I initially installed the card with its stock cooling to make sure it worked and then put it through its paces. I can attest to how loud it can get.

Don't necessarily let this deter you from buying it, though, since taxing a card this powerful to the point that it gets that loud takes quite a bit. However, if the noise is a major concern, then there are other excellent video cards in this price range that may suit you better.

Other Thoughts: While doing research into which graphics card to buy (a significant investment when you're considering spending $700+), you'll probably read many conflicting claims that one card is vastly superior to another. Regardless, you have to make a choice at some point...

If you choose to go with the 6990, you'll get a superb amount of performance for the price. It is both energy efficient and compact, considering that it combines two powerful and already-large 69XX single-GPU cards into one. These benefits were enough to sell me on a 6990, and I don't regret the purchase. It's a great card.

XFX provides an amazing warranty that lets you flip the dual-bios switch to achieve performance almost the same as two 6970s but in less space. They even allow you to replace the loud stock cooling fan with a water-cooling block. How cool is that?

I plan to buy a second 6990 for a quadfire setup, despite scaling concerns. I love this card. A second would be great. =)

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5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Awesome video card

Cons: If only newegg would keep there stock up on these

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  • Anonymous
  • 10/28/2011 9:54:50 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsTotal Nightmare

Pros: I am sure this would be an awesome video card if I could actually Get one of them to NOT Artifact Straight out of the Box.

Cons: I have had to RMA this 3 Times and I have yet to get a working card, it arrives on my doorstep, I install the Card I install the Driver, My power supply is HX 1000 Corsair Plently of Power, Asus RAMPAGE III Extreme with 980 X intel Extreme Processor, Fresh install of Windows 7 and the latest Catalyst 11.9 currently, once the driver is installed artifacts start showing up on the screen then Ripping and Tearing then Blue Screen, this points to bad Video Card, I have tried these on a 2nd new machine that I have with P8P67 Asus Motherboard 16gb Memory and 2600k Processor Fresh install, same result every time. 760.00 shipped?? lol should I go a 4th time

Other Thoughts: XFX double Lifetime LIMITED warrantee??? what about quality control, to make sure it works straight out of the box?

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  • peter k.
  • 10/28/2011 10:15:29 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsbeauty and a beast

Pros: not much to add from what other have said here already...
this thing is THE beast...
Looks great too, nice and clean.

Cons: load under full load and very hot!!

Other Thoughts: don't even think about using this card with anything less than a 80% silver PSU. 750W (450 for card 300W for your other needs)... offcourse if you are already using more than 300W for other things, than consider a larger PSU.

I run mine on a LEPA gold 950W PSU and it's just smooth smooth smooth...

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  • Rodney H.
  • 10/23/2011 8:00:19 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing card

Pros: I don't think there's a game out right now that can really push this card. The performance is simply amazing. RO2 at max everything runs 50+ fps, and I am sure battlefield 3 will run like butter

Cons: Only real issue is needing to use MSI afterburner to set up custom fan speed's while under load. Wish the vision control center would do that automatically

Other Thoughts: This was the first time I have ever purchased a top of the line video card. I am glad I did. Well, I did get the Creative 3D Blaster TNT2 Ultra back in the day

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