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ASUS has redesigned its Radeon HD 7950 DirectCU II graphics card, giving it a shorter and more compact cooler and PCB than the original card had. The old design (as seen on the original HD 7950 DirectCU II and the HD 7970 DirectCU II) had five copper heat-pipes, whereas the new cooler has six.
The revised design also has more densely-packed aluminium finstack heatsinks, and the display outputs have been reconfigured to a more conventional array. Whereas the old HD 7850 DirectCU II had one DVI dual link, one HDMI and two mini-DisplayPort connectors, the new DirectCU II offers two DVI dual link connectors and one each of DisplayPort and HDMI connectors.
Clock speeds are not yet known for sure, as the suggestion frequencies are significantly lower than the older cards, with the standard DirectCU II dropping from 870 to 800 MHz (which is below the reference speed of 860 MHz) and the DirectCU II TOP Edition dropping from 910 to 900 MHz. As such, it is suggested to wait for ASUS’ official comment on the speeds. Source — SweClockers.com
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