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XFX Double D Radeon HD 7950 DirectX 11 FX-795A-TDJC 3GB 384-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card

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  • 3GB 384-Bit GDDR5
  • Core Clock 800 MHz
  • 2 x DVI (1 Single Link, 1 Dual Link) 1 x HDMI 2 x Mini DisplayPort
  • 1792 Stream Processors
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): Lifetime
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): Lifetime
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2 out of 5 eggsmeh

Pros: -Good quality
-Got it cheap off (a website highly known to every old person who wants used, cheap stuff ) used in 2014
-nice IO (mine only has 1 dvi-i, no other dvi, just hdmi and 2 mDP)
-good overclocker (my max was 1100/1375 (couldve gotten 1500) at 1200 voltage, but temps were at 81 at 70 fan speed)
-good stock temps

Cons: -the left fan started rattling and making a bad sound under 40 fan speed which sucks, i have owned this thing for about a year now
-its white... should have gone with the sapphire one to match my build q.q
-the fans are loud as heck over 50 fan speed
-short as heck warranty, i could not send it in to get the fan checked out or replaced which they should have just done, it is one fan (dude i got the card from said it worked fine, he owned it at the beginning of 2012)
-there is a bit of plastic that is stuck underneath the aluminum heatsink and it will not come out, small complaint, but when the card gets hot and the fans spin, you can faintly hear the plastic moving, quietly over the loud fans
-no cables in the box, the dude included everything (he also gave me some molex plugs for free, but one of the plugs didnt fit, i wonder why that is, i had to have the edges of one of them down, i almost broke the 6 pin power cable trying to wedge it in there)

Other Thoughts: i do not plan on ever buying from XFX any time soon, when they improve their warranty to at least 7 yrs, have better fans that are quiet, include better accessories, and if they start including more things with the gpu (like a backplate, i didnt see one on their new card, MSI had one and i am a fan of their cards)

ASLO I WOULD LIKE TO MENTION, XFX, stop changing the design of your cards, 7950's from you made before 2013 cannot be watercooled without a shim, THINK ABOUT THAT BEFORE YOU MAKE THE CARD! (i was thinking of watercooling this card with a nzxt g30 bracket, but i cannot do that w/o a shim, and that just adds an extra $10 cost to the plan.

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  • elaine c.
  • 12/12/2013 6:33:10 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsNot happy

Pros: Got the card when it was 319.before the INTERNET HYPE ON LITECOIN.
Plays BF3 on ultra 1080p avg 70 fps..plays BF4 on high avg 45 FPS=meh.

Cons: After about 2 months my screen started to go black for no reason here and there,thought nothing of it..
Now screen goes black all the time in the middle of gaming,browsing,doing nothing, from 1 second upto 10.
Dont matter what driver version I use.
XfX support is a nightmare/send the card in will test it,yea great,then im out a computer for what a month while they decide then what?

Other Thoughts: 449.00$ why?

Manufacturer Response:

Hello, we're sorry you are having issues with this card. Please contact me at so i can expedite this Newer unit.

Thank you

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  • Aleksandr C.
  • 6/15/2013 12:48:21 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNot as good as the GTX 660 Ti

Pros: The card is fast, especially when you look at raw number-crunching performance. Ran all my games fairly well at 2560x1440 on full settings.

Cons: Unfortunately, games just weren't as smooth as I expected them to be. Games like Far Cry 3 and Borderlands 2 stuttered pretty badly at times. The card is also really LOUD and runs really hot. I wanted to overclock it but the fan was on 50-80% as-is during gaming, and it was heating up my room really quickly. I couldn't stand it, so I ended up selling it and buying a GTX 660 Ti.

I'm normally a big fan of AMD, but this card let me down. The cheaper 660 Ti ran all my games more smoothly and didn't have any problems with heat, noise, or overclocking. Much better bang for your buck, unless you use your GPU for general computation (in which case the 7950 is way faster).

Manufacturer Response:

Hello, We're sorry you had trouble with your 7950 and stuttering. Typically this is driver related. Please consider that this card uses the same voltage under load that the 660 TI, and produce the exact same amount of heat per watt. Please contact us when having any type of performance or hardware related issue and we can solve simple things like this for you. Thank you for your time.

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  • Mario I.
  • 3/7/2013 9:06:47 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood, but stock cooling sucks

Pros: Very good price to performance ratio
Looks good
Runs cool with 1 monitor

Cons: Stock fans are garbage
Voltage is locked, unless you find a way to unlock it
Runs hot with more than 1 monitor

Other Thoughts: I bought this card back in September 2012, and it was a big upgrade from a 9800GT. I was running one monitor at the time, which had the temps at about 35 in idle, but when I hooked up a second monitor, it went up to about 40 degrees. The more monitors you have plugged in, the hotter it will get.

I tried overclocking it, which worked half the time but I left it at stock since I had no need to OC. After about two months, the fans started to make a loud humming noise. I figured it was normal, until it drove me crazy one day. I took out the card and manually spun the fans, which caused a buzzing noise when spinning. I tightened and loosened the fan screws to see if it was vibration noise, but I found out it was the barrings inside. One of the fans was working and was silent, but the second just made such a loud buzzing noise. I recently bought an Arctiv VGA cooler to replace the stock one, and now this card is awesome. It's totally silent at 100% fan speed and the card idles at 38 degrees with three 27" monitors.

I could have used the warranty, but was too lazy and wanted an aftermarket cooler anyways.

I will be overclocking it soon when I unlock the voltage.

If you get this card, get a custom cooler for it. The stock one sucks.

I gave 3 eggs because of the issues with the fans. I expected them to go bad after a year or so in, not after two months.

Manufacturer Response:

Hello , we're sorry you are having issues with this card. Please contact me at to get started. Thank you

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  • Jacob C.
  • 12/29/2012 10:37:59 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorth Every Penny!

Pros: First, this card is an awesome overclocker. Only had one issue with it while doing my initial overclock, and that was because I got a little crazy. The card runs everything I throw at it. It maxes out BF3, Crysis2, Skyrim, Borderlands 2, Guild Wars 2, Starcraft 2. Plain and simple, the card is great.

Another side note, this card directly competes in performance and price with the 660ti. Depending on the game, (If it is Nvidia sponsored or not), the performance will vary, but once you start overclocking this thing, it will destroy the competition, and who can argue with 3gbs of ram?

Cons: I have no complaints about the card itself at all. The game it came with (sleeping dogs at the time), was utter garbage. Now, that I finally have the game working, its awesome, but for a full month after I got the game, I couldn't even get he game to start. Either way, it was free and now that it is working, it runs smooth as butter. And this is not something that xfx, amd, or newegg could control so there is no way I'm docking an egg for that blunder. (Especially since the game was free)

Other Thoughts: If you are on the fence between getting this card or a Nvidia card, I would seriously take a good look at the games you will be playing. Although this card is freaking awesome, games like Borderlands 2, and the Crysis series are notorious making the games run far better on a Nvidia card, even if the card is worse than its amd competitor. If you are going to be playing games that have no allegiance to either brand, then I strongly recommend this card.

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  • Anthony F.
  • 10/31/2012 7:44:38 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBAD to the bone.

Pros: very fast 800 to 1000 frames in Rfactor, every thing on Max .

Cons: price always swings down .... down ... and down.

Other Thoughts: going to get another some time.

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  • Soren C.
  • 10/24/2012 10:50:23 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome Carrd

Pros: -Great cooling, I've never gone above 70 degrees even under a high stress test.

- Amazing FPS, I havent even run Fraps yet because I havent even seen a snigle jitter, I run Sleeping Dogs, Skyrim, Oblivion, CoD Black Ops, and more all on the highest graphics settings with phenominal results.

-Price; For $300, you can OC this card to perform nearly on par with the Radeon HD 7990, and with the amazing cooling this card offers, Over Clocking should prove to be no issue at all

-Dual DVI, I'm running with a total of four monitors, (2x23" and 2x15") and the dual DVI allowed me to use my older monitors, connected through a mini-display port to VGA adapter, along with my two newer monitors, connected through DVI. I have yet to use the HDMI out, but I may use it to hook up to my TV once I move. The layout of the card really helped me to connect everything I needed.

Cons: It's Massive, If you're looking at getting this card, measure your tower. I bearly got mine in past the 3.5" mounting bays. While the cooling is amazing, you need to have a place for your hot air to go, too. The card produces a crazy amount of hot air, so be sure to leave room behind your unit for venting.

Other Thoughts: If you're looking for an amazing higher end gaming card, I would definitely recommend this to any gamer. Over Clocking is as easy as 1,2,3 if you're looking to do benchmarking, too.

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  • S. G.
  • 10/19/2012 8:59:25 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsHorrible Experience...

Pros: Looked nice...

Cons: Went up in smoke after 3 days (literally), XFX support is weak, replaced a 3 day old card with a refurb. So i paid full price for a refurbed card. XFX completely ignored all of my messages, and finaly answered me with a one sentence reply, which answered NONE of my questions. Pretty much telling me "too bad". Never been made to feel so irrelevant by ANY company in my 20 years as a technician. Will never buy XFX again.

Other Thoughts: There are alot of companies out there who WANT your return business and treat you as such...XFX is definitely not one of those companies.

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  • JESUS G.
  • 10/13/2012 12:20:56 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat card/value

Pros: - Low load temperature, about 78C in gaming
-Quiet, 40% fan with 78C temperature at full load, that's great, 20% fan at idle with 54C temperature
-3GB memory, running Skyrim with full HD mods and AA,AF turned to max and the card barely stutters, using about 2500MB memory at 1080P
-Great look and construction of materials, card looks slick
-Price/performance ratio can't be beat in my opinion, especially for someone who needs a large amount of memory (less memory with similar performance can be had for better prices)

Cons: -Did not come with any cables
-Actually no cons, just had to think of something to put in

Other Thoughts: When people first boot it up and see their idle temperatures in the high 50s, they need to understand that this is done to keep the noise low with a 20 percent fan. Under full load the furmark burn in test my card only reached 78C with slightly over 40% fan, which is very quiet

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  • JESUS G.
  • 10/13/2012 7:45:17 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWOW Awesome Performance Great Value

Pros: Awesome card for the money, together with the game and the rebate I got what I would consider a 450-500 dollar value for 270.

Replaced my old GTX480 to play a heavily modded Skyrim.

Installation went without a problem. Right away saw idle temps at 59C and was concerned, but i think they keep the fans low for noise reasons. With furmark burnin runnning, temps never exceeded 76 degrees.
And that's with the fans barely going over 40 percent.

During gaming the fans are whisper quiet and that is a big plus for me. For overclocking or cooler temps all you have to do is run msi afterburner and set the fan to scale with temps . I did that with all my Nvidia cards but had no need for that with this one.

3 GB memory allows me to play with full high res mods, at 1920X1080 with AA and AF set to max and get 60 fps in most areas. Some heavily forested areas slow down to about 30 fps, but once again this is not vanilla Skyrim but a heavily HD one.

So far feeling pretty good about this investment and can see myself owning this card for years.

Cons: No extra cables included with the box, but most probably have all the cables and crossovers needed so just a minor gripe since I had to think of one.

Other Thoughts: I'm used to seeing around 40-42 idle temps in my GTX 480. So my initial thoughts about seeing the 59C idle on the 7950 was this card must be a dud. Noticed the fan speed was barely around 20 percent compared to 45 percent on the Nvidia card.

But after running the burn in test I can see why they did it. This card really doesn't need any higher than about 50 percent fan speed to keep cool. And a range between 20-50 means whisper quiet sound out of your system. Even with 59 C at idle you can't get any more than about 78C on full load.

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