- 1GB 256-Bit GDDR5
- Core Clock 860MHz
- 2 x DVI (1 Single Link, 1 Dual Link) 1 x HDMI 1 x DisplayPort
- 960 Stream Processors
- PCI Express 2.1 x16
RMA in Progress 05/01/2012
Crossfire's well. Overclocks easily to 1ghz with updated drivers and overclocking makes a huge difference in real world gaming performance for me. Afterburner works well and can be set to start up with windows and always be OCd if you want. First one has given me no trouble after a year and a half. Second one died after 3 weeks. Almost never micro stutters with crossfire and looks cool. Overclocks to 1ghz with no voltage increase but my settings for stable 1ghz gaming is 1220cv 1000Mhz, and 1130mem. By itself one of these cards plays skyrim and crysis 2 at max res/max settings but frame rate on those is low until its overclocked. With two cards this card will play BF3 Metro ect on max no problem. Reviews I have seen of the 69xx suggest those cards do not perform as well as this card has for me for games .
Purchased a second one for crossfire and put my new card as primary and aparantly it couldnt take it. RMA in progress with MSI and it has been almost a month and they are now shipping it :( If you can go through NewEgg for RMA do that since they took about a week last time I did one with them.
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