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Point of View introduces the 7950GT 512MB Edition

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    POINT OF VIEW, well known for its range of nVidia based Graphics cards, is launching today the GEFORCE 7950GT 512MB version.

    Gamers want it bigger, better and faster. They want big screens, extreme details and crazy frame rates!
    Boost up your resolution to the insane format of 2560 x 1600 with NVIDIA’s ‘Dual Dual-Link DVI’-technology. The 512MB DDR3 memory will bring you maximum frame rates on maximum quality.

    This ‘Windows Vista-ready’ graphics card runs at monstrous speeds such as 550Mhz for the core and 1400Mhz for the memory.
    Besides this, the Geforce 7950GT offers great overclocking possibilities, for those who wish to push their limits!

    The GeForce 7950 GPU also supports the NVIDIA® PureVideo™ technology. This new technology delivers smooth, high-definition video playback and crisp picture quality.

    If you are looking for an extreme ‘High Definition’ gaming and video experience on your PC, you came to the right place! Make sure you get your hands on the Geforce 7950GT 512MB from POINT OF VIEW!

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  2. Thermopylae_480

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    Looks like some wimpy cooling :confused: ?
     
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    agreed :shadedshu
     
  4. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    yeah its about the same size as the crap cooler on my ti4200 thats umm gunna be an issue
     
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    Size doesn't really matter, some small coolers can be better than larger ones. I'm sure this one is better than the one on your old nVidia.
     
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    it damn well bettter that would be a sad sad day in hell when that thing outcoolsa 7950 a sad sad day
     
  7. Azn Tr14dZ New Member

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    The Zalman VF700/900 line is great, and also small.
     
  8. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    im not arguing that small is bad i just was saying the cooler looked a little small jeez :D dont get so worked up
     
  9. Thermopylae_480

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    There's no way it can help cool the memory though. Even if it was a decent small fan it still can't be as good as a larger one. Less surface area to dissipate heat, so you would have to have that little fan move more air to help, and it would be really noisy. I just can't see it being quite enough for that card. Especially if you intend to overclock it.
     

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