AMD Radeon HD 7970 CrossFire Performance Review

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AMD Radeon HD 7970 CrossFire Performance Review

AMD Radeon HD 7970 CrossFire Performance Review

In a separate review published today we covered the new Radeon 7970 architecture, took a look in detail at one of the cards and detailed performance in single GPU use. This included games such as Star Wars: The Old Republic and comparisons with the GTX 580 and 6970 as well as a look at GPU computing, media playback and power, noise and thermal figures… then a little overclocking was thrown in too.

This review focuses on DUAL GPU performance comparing 2x 7970 with GTX 580 in SLI… and a little GTX 590 and Radeon 6990 performance thrown in for good measure. So let’s see how the 7970 does running CrossFire in games such as Arkham City and Battlefield 3.

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