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Thursday, 26 January 2012 12:25

XFX HD 7950 listed in Germany

Written by Peter Scott



Pixellized, €419


AMD’s new HD 7950 is just a few days away and eager retailers are already jumping the gun with early listings.

German e-tailer Atelco is listing an XFX reference card, dubbed XFX Core Radeon HD 7950. The card runs at stock clocks, 800MHz GPU, 1250MHz memory and it packs 3GB of DDR5 memory.

The price is in line with expectations and the HD 7950 should offer somewhat better value for money than the HD 7970.

You can check out the listing here, unless it’s pulled in the meantime. Also, if you can't see the photo, blame it on our server guys.

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