XFX NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GT Extreme

Posted: Sep 14 2006, 10:19pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:55pm CDT, in News | Gaming


XFX NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GT Extreme
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If you are looking to up your game, on the computer anyway, one of the best places to start is with a new graphics card. XFX and NVIDIA team up to make some of the sweetest graphics cards on the market for PC gamers, and their newest offering is no exception.

XFX's 7950 GT Extreme edition is a fantastic card, with performance in droves. The Extreme edition of the 7950 GT is overclocked right out of the box with a core clock of 570 MHz and a memory clock of 1.46 GHz.XFX also throws in a double lifetime warranty. That means that you are covered for as long as you own the card, then where you pawn your sloppy seconds off on someone else, they are covered by the lifetime warranty as well. Another really cool feature is that the card is completely passive cooled so it is dead silent making it perfect for a media center PC or for those looking for a dead silent rig. Performance and looks, XFX made the PCB for their 7950 GT black in color and made the dual DVI-D connectors green. If you have a windowed case, this card looks awesome. Looking at the specs and performance you might expect the Extreme version of the 7950 GT to be high-end, but XFX has brought the beast to market for a mere $329.99. Find XFX NVidia Card Deals.

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