AMD HD7970 Quad CrossFireX Scores 32728 in 3Dmark11

Published: 4th Jan 2012, 09:39 GMT

AMD Radeon HD7970 Gets Benchmarked in Quad-Way CrossFireX Mode at 1600Mhz+ Core Clock
Overclocker Andre Yang overclocked AMD’s latest Radeon HD7970 to a record breaking 1650Mhz Core Clock last week, Now he has posted another set of benchmarks this time of Quad 7970′s in CrossFireX Mode all running at 1600Mhz+ Core Clock.

All Four GPU’s were AMD’s HD7970 (Reference Design) and were cooled with LN2 to achieve the clock frequencies. The Core/Memory Clock for all 4 GPU’s was maintained at 1610Mhz/1930Mhz at its peak during the Vantage Benchmark in which they accumulated a total score of 83000 Performance Points/ 98000 GPU Score which is impressive.

The Benchmark Setup consisted of a Sandy Bridge-E Core i7 3960X Processor running at 5.6Ghz, Rampage IV Extreme X79 Motherboard, 8Gigs of DDR3 Memory and powered by two Antec True Power Quattro 1200W PSU’s.

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