Radeon HD 7970: Partners’ Boards Available

Radeon HD 7970

Interesting cards: Custom cooler!

Let’s start with board makers having made an effort to release original cards, read with custom coolers.

XFX R7970 Black Edition

– Review: kitguru.net

XFX Radeon HD 7970



Sticker Party Cards!

Fortunately for us, there’s no a standard packaging designed by AMD… Here are all reference cards with a sticker to make a diff between boards partners. Really boring…

MSI R7970

MSI Radeon HD 7970

HIS HD 7970

– Review: kitguru.net.

HIS Radeon HD 7970

ASUS HD 7970

ASUS Radeon HD 7970

Sapphire HD 7970

– Review: kitguru.net.

Sapphire Radeon HD 7970

VTX Radeon HD 7970

VTX Radeon HD 7970

Powercolor Radeon HD 7970

Powercolor Radeon HD 7970

9 thoughts on “Radeon HD 7970: Partners’ Boards Available”

  1. Bambino

    I don’t like XFX look, this are not Geforce style cards so what the problem, XFX?

  2. Bambino

    I don’t like XFX look, this are not Geforce style cards so what the problem, XFX?

    This is effective cooling, can’t get any better than that, this cards will last long remember that folks!


    reference cards are meant to look the same!! Duh

    catch up guys, will you… oh and thank you for showing the best gpu`s on the planet

  4. Psolord

    For me it’s always sticker party cards or to be more precise, blower type cards.

    Coolers like the XFX are only good for blowing hot air inside your case. Imagine this thing overclocked blowing 300W worth of heat inside the case. Better yet, imagine two of them. Thanks but no thanks.

    Not to mention that with internally exhausting cards, the top card gets boiled at load and starts screaming like a banshee in heat.

  5. JEskandari

    well by looking at XFX card it don’t seems to
    blow hot air inside the case but the sadly it cant be said about Giga solution
    to be honest I prefer XFX more than others
    specially as to slow big fan tend to be cooler
    and far more silent than on fast small fan

  6. Psolord


    kitguru reviewd this card as per JegX’s information. Here are some pics.


    The card has holes on all sides, which is the typical setup for vertical blowing cards.

    In order not be misunderstood, I am not saying they don’t have good cooling. Only that this good cooling comes at the expense of the rest of the system. Moreover in dual card mode, the top card gets fcuked!

    I have a very recent experience with this, testing a friends GTX 460 SLI setup.

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