[Tested] ASUS Radeon HD 6950 2GB GDDR5 Review

ASUS Radeon HD 6950 Review Index

2 – ASUS Radeon HD 6950 Features

ASUS Radeon HD 6950, GPU Caps Viewer
GPU Caps Viewer 1.9.5

ASUS Radeon HD 6950, GPU Caps Viewer, OpenCL
GPU Caps Viewer 1.9.5

ASUS Radeon HD 6950, GPU Shark
GPU Shark 0.3.6

ASUS Radeon HD 6950, GPU-Z
GPU-Z 0.4.9

ASUS Radeon HD 6950, GPU-Z sensors
Hardware sensors exposed by GPU-Z 0.4.9 for the HD 6970

ASUS Radeon HD 6950 Review Index

11 thoughts on “[Tested] ASUS Radeon HD 6950 2GB GDDR5 Review”

  1. Psolord

    Great stuff Jego! At last some gaming benchies! 😀

    Some notes:

    – The links at the first page do not work. Numbers 2 through 8 point to

    – Is the 6950 Crysis score correct?

    Personnal notes:

    – Did AMD fix Hawx 2 at last? Cool! I haven’t done any testing on my 5850s recently.

    – Now that the time finally came to play Crysis as it was supposed to be played, I gotten myself two new Geforces instead of two new Radeons, lol. No regrets though. The game runs fine. It’s actually cpu limited now. 😀

  2. Ash

    I wonder how much of AMD GPU’s lack of performance is due to the quality of their drivers.

  3. JeGX Post Author

    @Psolord: thanks for the links bug. Fixed!
    And yes the HD6950 score in Crysis is correct. I will bench again HD 6970 and HD 6950 when new drivers will be available because some scores (especially in OpenGL) are not coherent. For Crysis, I used the integrated GPU benchmark with default settings (I forgot the resolution sorry).

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  5. nutter

    i have Asus 23″ VG236HE monitor connected with hdmi 20 pin cable to asus radion hd 6970 card,

    i am running windows 7/64 but i cant run 3d nvidia ?

    any help ?

  6. michael

    I just bought the ASUS EAH6950 2GB video card running on a 24inch LED monitor but i find the graphics not being sharp. The edges around the fonts are abit fuzzy and videos are not sharp as well. Anyone know why this is so?

    Oh yeah, found it so annoying how i had to play around with the scaling option to get full display on my monitor!

  7. G.J.

    ASUS pre-sales claims the “power-up” wattage of the P8Q67M-DO MB is 330w. This is without a proc. or RAM. Can anyone with a three digit I.Q. tell me if this sounds even remotely possible ???

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