Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by Peter1986C, Oct 5, 2012.
6870 just for correctness's sake
Well, in the list it is correct, just not in my post.
Here it is
It should be a great card.
Especially since Sapphire are now using components of optimal quality on their 7870s.
I'm pleased with the way my ASUS 7870 performs.
But....my Brother has since gone back to nVidia and now has his ASUS 7970 reference doing nothing and is suggesting I swap with some cash. lol
Would be complete overkill for me at the moment but still tempting.
Well the current betas are aimed at the 78xx series and the dx9c image corruption issue the Pitcairns were getting which seems to have increased on the 79xx series.
Another thing they appear to have fixed is fans kicking up on sleep mode.
Very annoying hearing a clicking sound every 30 seconds.
Not sure if this goes for specific AMD cards but it did it with my 7870 which has the Directcu ii cooler on it.
May I join the club?
Hi, I would like to be part of this most excellent club, I have a number of AMD cards:
Sapphire HD7970 (reference model)
PowerColor HD7970 (non reference cooler)
Club HD7970 (reference model)
Sapphire HD5770 VX
My HD7970's are in TriFire config and make up my main rig, the HD6990 is in my 3rd rig, withe the last card a general purpose 4th rig.
You will be added.
If you could go ahead and count me in--I have a Sapphire HD7950 on the way
You already were in the list with your HD 7770s, lol. I added the new card.
You can add me in for 7770's and 7870's
The 6870 in my sig is leaving soon so you don't need to add it in
Count me in...
You have been added.
@Freedom: the reflection in the top box on the first photo looks silly. (hands)
Thanks, much appreciated!
Looks like im holding a pair of imaginary binoculars.
I'm in with my Sapphire Radeon 6770 1 GB DDR5
what are the temps on that? That doesn't look 1/2 bad for a 6670 cooler, though im not surprised its Sapphire
May I join?
@AlienIsGOD-Its a 6770 actually. Max temps after 5 mins of Furmark is around 70 degree C. And yes the cooler is very good. I never faced any problem with the card even after overclocking.
The "stock" coolers Sapphire uses are indeed very good. BTW, you are added Itsakjt.
So those are two 7870s, two 6870s and one 5770? I will add you once this is clear.
Yes and one 5970X2
I had a 5830 for a short time, that had that cooler. Was very quiet and cooled quite well. I was impressed at least.
Added you as well.
Is it just me or do Sapphire's chicks get uglier with each new series??
The chick on the Asus 3870X2 was better
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