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Club 3D Announces its Radeon HD 7950 Graphics Card


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Tens of thousands people across the world are currently celebrating the Chinese new year as they welcome in the "Year of the Dragon" and Club 3D adds another bang with the introduction of the all brand new Club 3D Radeon HD 7950, followed by the earlier introduction of the Award Winning Radeon HD 7970, the world first 28nm GPU.

With 1792 stream processors, a 384 bit GDDR5 memory bus that provides 3.15 TFLOPs of computing performance, the Club 3D Radeon HD 7950 graphics cards are intended for gamers who never settle. Equipped with AMD Graphics Core Next Architecture and the latest power management technology, this card takes a no-compromise approach to gaming.

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Curious about these Club3d cards, always seen them here for sale (in finland) and they are often cheaper than most of their competitors, but as I hardly ever find any reviews or comments about their products i have not dared to even consider Club 3d as my next upgrade card. Maybe they are cheap since they don't (???) include any Club 3D specific tuning software ..

Anyone with god/bad experiences with club 3D cards ?
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I think Club 3d are an indie seller, most of their cards seem to be TUL cards rebranded. EG the 6870x2. I saw alot of the X800 era cards when I worked for aria and they were ok.
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It's a value brand of TUL corporation. You can see they're using the "v2" reference board (cooler in the middle). It has a cheaper PCB and cooler. Also the packaging will lack some extra adapters. How much quality is affected is hard to say. If you don't OC I doubt it'll make a difference, so it is good value if you don't need all the extras. On the other hand I would not buy one of these for overclocking, there's a risk it has weak VRM that might break the card if you overvolt it, or it simply won't OC that high without crashing. Just by looking at the size of the heatsink I would not consider overvolting any of the "v2" boards, regardless of manufacturer.

Edit: Now that I checked it, the "v2" PCB doesn't look weaker, but it doesn't seem to have any cooling so I'd still refrain from overvolting a card with no VRM cooling.
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