ASUS EAH6970 Review
The HD6970 series from AMD is a pretty good performer. It's rendered the HD6870 obsolete and, as we showed the other day, in Crossfire it rocks so hard it's unbelievable.
Today we're back looking at another single reference card, although this time from ASUS. We all know what that means, Voltage Tweak BIOS.
We're very hopeful that this will enable us to finally see what the top end of these cards is in terms of clock speed and hope much performance is available.
So without further ado, especially as you should all be familiar with these by now, let's crack on.
|Graphics Engine||AMD Radeon HD 6970|
|Bus Standard||PCI Express 2.1|
|Video Memory||GDDR5 2GB|
|Engine Clock||890 MHz|
|Memory Clock||5500 MHz ( 1375 MHz GDDR5 )|
|Interface||DVI Output : Yes x 1 (DVI-I),Yes x 1 (DVI-D)|
HDMI Output : Yes x 1
Display Port : Yes x 2 (Mini DP)
HDCP Support : Yes
|Accessories||1 x CrossFire cable |
1 x Power cable
|Software||ASUS Utilities & Driver|
|Dimensions||11 " x 5 " Inch|
As you can see the only difference is the extra 10MHz clockspeed on the GPU which should help the stock results, but otherwise it's the same as all the other reference cards.