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XFX Radeon HD 6950 HD-695X-ZNDC Video Card with Eyefinity

XFX Radeon HD 6950 HD-695X-ZNDC Video Card with Eyefinity (XFX: HD695XZNDC)
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XFX Radeon HD 6950 HD-695X-ZNDC Video Card with Eyefinity
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Rating: 8.86/10
With 14 User Reviews
Jimmy6950@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/21/12
Cons: Not very overclockable due to only single fan, kinda sad for an OC edition.

Pros: Does what is advertised
Comment:
I came to NCIX that day to get a particular card which was out of stock, not knowing that this one was single fan as I didn't bother to check because i had no idea they made a single fan version of it. Now I have to buy an aftermarket cooler because it gets up to 92 after a while when overclocked, that's with a custom fan profile too. Haven't been able to confirm that this one can unlock shaders, will try eventually, this card is no slouch so it's not really needed unless ur a freak and running 3d eyefinity. Overall I am satisfied except for the high temps because of poor cooling.
Daniel_C@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/11/11
Cons: None

Pros: Very well built, and very quiet.
Comment:
Great card, runs flawlessly, gets a great WEI score.
Shadows@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/20/11
Cons: none so far

Pros: Strong performance at 1080pQuiet while not under heavy loadVery high FPS in everything I play
Comment:
This card has been awesome for me so far. It was my first AMD/ATI experience and so far I have not regretted it at all. NCIX was as usual fast in getting it to me and coupled with my Antec nine hundred case the temps idle around the low 40's and under load I am seeing somewhere around the high 60's. Runs WoW , SC2, LoL and TF2 at full everything at 1080 resolution and never has a problem. Coupled with my i5 760 and 8gb of DDR3 this thing flies quite nicely. It can get a little noisy if the fan speed picks up but I have just installed everything in my new case and I don't imagine the fan will be kicking in quite so much any more since it is a much better case for airflow and cooling. Can't unlock this particular card to the 6970 but it really isn't needed IMO. by the time this card can't handle what I want it too any more there will be much bigger and better out and it will be upgrade time again.
Justin_M@NCIX
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Review Date: 07/16/11
Cons: Not much overclock headroom.Cannot be unlocked to 6970 specs.1GB memory may be a limitation in the future.

Pros: Fast and decently priced.Handles nearly every game I've thrown at it.Lifetime transferable warranty is a huge bonus.
Comment:
So far I'm very impressed with this card. The only game this is incapable of playing at decent speeds is Crysis 2 with the DX11 patch + high-res textures. However, this may change with future driver updates. I'll definitely be picking up a second card for crossfire when it's on sale again.
xwinstonx@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/17/11
Cons: None so fare.

Pros: XFX doudle life time warranty
Comment:
I love this card it plays any game on any setting.
DoctorGackt@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/29/11
Cons: Runs pretty hot during intensive games, up to 85 degrees Celsius, even when I have opened up my case. Fan is really loud at higher speeds.

Pros: Runs my games at maximum settings on 1080p with no problem. Fan is very quiet up to about 40-50% fan speed.
Comment:
I upgraded from an ATI HD5770, and have seen a very noticeable increase in gaming performance. I am now able to max out the settings in all my games. For example, Crysis 2 on extreme settings gives me an average 40 fps (that's with an Intel i3-530 overclocked to 4ghz). No complaints at all about the performance of this card. Everything else (such as videos etc) run fine as well. The high temperatures are the only concern I have, although 85 degrees should still be ok for my card.
Bo Cheng_C@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/11/11
Cons: I saw the 2 BIOS switch and thought that I'm safe to flash the shaders... but the switch is fake and so I can't risk it now... kinda expected but still a little disappointed (Why does it have the switch if it doesn't work?)full load at almost 80C... not gonna OC more

Pros: Runs (Almost) Everything very well... crank up all the CCC settings high and COD7 etc. and still fineShorter than Reference 6950 so can easily fit into my Antec Two Hundred (haven't try the long one though)Got it on $230 - $30US MIR (not arrived yet), so cheapest 6950 at that time...
Comment:
In fact my primary game is FSX with lots of addons, and this card does not improve the frame rate much (compare to my old 4770) (I'll say from 8 fps to 13 fps in JFK). I believe it's more on my CPU now (Phenom II X4 810 OCed to 3.25MHz but not 100% stable). Considering 1090T now...And it starts to get laud when fan passes 50%... but I have 8 fans in total in my PC now so doesn't really feel it :(
Kupo-Styx@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/07/11
Cons: None that I can think of

Pros: Solid card played Battlefield: BC2 on high settings smooth as butter
Comment:
I got this when it was on special for $229.99 plus another $30 USD mail-in Rebate so basically $200 for this card. I just couldn't resist. I actually own a XFX Black Edition 5850 HD already and being honest I notice very little difference between the two card. It could be myself but I do feel BF:BC2 looked smoother. I'm playing blueray files and it's same old smoothness.This card actually seems quieter than my 5850 though the v-card fan isn't working as hard. I feel like I need to throw something harder at this thing to fully test it. This card is a beast had the same feeling when I first got my 5850...ATI just making some amazing cards here guys and great price. Heat hasn't hit over 60 degrees while playing game....
Donna_W@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/02/11
Cons: None

Pros: Very Fast Card. Solid Performance all the way around.
Comment:
Might buy another one for Crossfire
MaxFast@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/30/11
Cons: -single fan vs the other model. But really, it runs at fine temps. low idle and I haven't seen it ever go past 85*C loaded.

Pros: -powerful-worth the cost-decently quiet
Comment:
Upgraded from a 4850 and found that this was worth the cost. Doubled my performance in cod4 from my 4850... at higher settings... I've even started playing around with SSAA now. But only in less intense games like cod4.Pretty much read the 6950 reviews to see the performance. Vs the 2GB model, there is absolutely no performance difference unless you are playing a video ram intensive game at eyefinity resolution with maxxed out SSAA... but the chip would fall short in FPS long before the RAM anyway.Shows you the power of "69" and "XXX" and what happens when you combine them: high end performance at a decent price. The Duke likes.
Mike_W@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/25/11
Cons: Costs moneyDid not include free shipping;)

Pros: Good cooling systemVery powerfulMaxed out my Windows performance chartRuns all games and movies on max qualityVery, very affordable for a high end cardcomes with a crossfirex cable
Comment:
Best card I have EVER owned. This thing is a beast. Who needs to overclock it or improve it when it already gives off such strong performance.For a high end card in the 6900 family, this is surely the best videocard for the price.Love it.
charles_u@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/18/11
Cons: Problem registering product activation code not working

Pros: Handles Everything I've thrown at it.quiet on idle,barely hear it.1920X1080 4xaa everything good so far
Comment:
This is a great card for the price i got it at on sale.It does everything i need it do.If u dont plan on unlocking this card will be fine!
CoolRonZ@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/10/11
Cons: about 35% slower than my previous 5850 crossfire setup... but its about 25% faster as a single card solution...

Pros: Eyefinity, DX11...
Comment:
Got eyefinity working the first day i had this card, CCC 11.4 and display drivers 11.4beta. easy as pie to setup. theres a built in bezel compensation in the CC thats soooo easy to use... I was really surprised how i didnt need a mini diplayport adapter... it kind of irks me honestly.. so many people are wasting money on display port adapters when they're not even needed.. its a driver issue.. not a hardware issue.. PC gaming is plus plus plus... lol oh well thats life...
Cashhardy@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/07/11
Cons: - It's a double profile graphic card. Meaning this thing is wide.- Can't be unlocked into a 6970.- Only a 1gb graphic card. ( Runs better then the 2gb versions... but can't be unlocked into a 6970 because the bios isn't the same. )- Some people might find it loud.... I find it quieter then most modern cards.

Pros: - 240 bucks ( on sale)- Fairly powerful card.- Not overly large (smaller then my old 9800gtx+ )- Runs on the colder side. eg runs colder then most cards.- Doesn't require a more up to date power supply ( I currently run it on a 650 watt 3 rail. )
Comment:
It's a solid card, couldn't beat the price either. I would have bought another if I could power it.
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