HIS ATI Radeon HD 6950 2GB vs Sapphire TOXIC HD 6950 Graphic Card 2 GB

anguskhan

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hiya guys and girls im having trouble tryin to find out what is the best ati 6950 is i think it either


HIS ATI Radeon HD 6950 2GB

http://www.ebuyer.com/282093-his-6950-fan-2gb-gddr5-dual-dvi-dual-mini-displayport-hdmi-pci-e-h695fn2g2mg



Sapphire TOXIC HD 6950 Graphic Card 2 GB

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/2gb-sapphire-hd-6950-toxic-pcie-21-%28x16%29-5200mhz-gddr5-gpu-880mhz-1408-cores-2x-dvi-hdmi-2x-mini-dis


if i have missed out any other cards i would be greatfull about hearing about them cheers for your time
 

anguskhan

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okay then i will have a look into the saphire toxic is there any other cards at 6950 i should be looking at or is saphire toxic 1 of the best?
 
I don't know what pricing is like where you are but if these are the cards you are looking at the toxic is a way better card, Really without a joke or need to do anything risky you flip a switch and voila you have a 6970.

But it seems that with that toxic card, at 6950 settings when overclocked it will even be better than the 6970, So if you can get it for the same price as the others the toxic is a crazy good card, Lots of options with that card, it is actualy super awesome..
 

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kk cheers for you time to answer my question in the uk his 6950 is around £200 pounds and the saphire toxic is around £240 i'm 1 of these people is it better i will pay the difference
 

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and to be honest im looking for the best 6950 card i just heared these two where good so i used them as examples but i hear people raving about the saphire toxic card but i have used his alot and i never had any issue's with them :)
 
No it seems you are misunderstanding, there is a switch like a light switch on the card you flip the little switch and it is a fully functional 6970. Seriously it sounds too good to be true but it isn't. The card has a dual bios you can switch the bios between the two versions using a switch as described above, There is absolutey no unlock or risk, just flip the switch as easy as turning on the lights