AMD Radeon HD 7990 Graphics Card Review

16. What about Titan?18. GPU Computing and Media Playback

AMD Radeon HD 7990 Graphics Card Review

VS SLI GTX 680 and CrossFire 7970

3Dmark was tested using the Firestrike benchmark and it’s Extreme Profile.

Benchmark

Benchmark

On the last page we saw the comparison between GTX Titan and the 7990, here we consider the use of two 680s or two 7970s in CrossFire/SLI against the 7990. Once again there are no real surprises though. Even two reference 7970s give a 7990 a run for its money in terms of performance and so two of the freely available factory overclocked cards offer better performance, for less cost (approx. £700 vs £850).

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