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HIS Radeon Hd 6950 H695fn2g2m


$285.99 Released March, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Overclocks well, stays stable at higher settings. Has manual fan settings to ensure you never need to worry about the temperature. Can handle all current games at max settings with fairly good framerates.

The Cons:Very long card, need to make sure your case can handle it. Fan can get very loud when running at high capacity. Generates a fair amount of heat, may need a 3rd party cooling system.

The HIS Radeon HD 6950 H695fn2g2m is a mid-range DirectX 11 discrete graphics processor that only really varies from the AMD reference model in terms of aesthetics with HIS branding on the casing.

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Product Shot 2 It features an 800MHz core clock speed, 2GB of GDDR5 memory and TeraScale 3 Unified Processing Architecture. Additionally, the HIS Radeon HD 6950 sports Eyefinity technology and CrossFireX compatibility.

The HIS Radeon HD 6950's TeraScale 3 Unified Processing Architecture offers 1408 Stream Processors, 88 Texture Units, 128 Z/Stencil ROP Units and 32 Color ROP Units for excellent performance with modern graphics-intensive games. Its Eyefinity technology allows the HIS Radeon HD 6950 to handle up to three displays simultaneously per card. Meanwhile, the HIS Radeon HD 6950's CrossFireX compatibility allows it to be used in conjunction with up to three more HIS Radeon HD 6950 units for easy upgrading.

Features

  • 800MHz core clock speed
  • 2GB of GDDR5 memory
  • TeraScale 3 Unified Processing Architecture
  • Eyefinity technology
  • CrossFireX compatibility
  • Enhanced Unified Video Decoder (UVD) 3
  • AMD HD3D technology
  • DirectX 11 capable

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    overclocks well, stays stable at higher settings

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    has manual fan settings to ensure you never need to worry about the temperature

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    can handle all current games at max settings with fairly good framerates

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    installation is very simple and painless as long as you have the room

Cons
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    very long card, need to make sure your case can handle it

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    fan can get very loud when running at high capacity

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    generates a fair amount of heat, may need a 3rd party cooling system

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