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MSI AMD Radeon HD 6950 OC Twin FrozR III Power Edition 2048MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card

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Core: 850MHz, Memory: 2048MB 5200MHz GDDR5, Stream Processors: 1408, DirectX 11 Support, ATI CrossFireX Ready, ATI Eyefinity, ATI Stream, ATI Avivo HD, ATI HD3D Technology, 3 Year Warranty.

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 44455  
Stock code: GFX-AT6950-R6950TW
Manuf. code: R6950TWINFROZRIII
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The ATI Radeon HD 6900 series features the latest graphics technology from AMD designed to support all the features of Microsoft DirectX 11 and DirectCompute 11. The new GPU’s are built in AMD’s 40nm process to deliver high performance with low power consumption. Advanced hardware features include an enhanced Tesselation unit, new AA and image filtering options, dedicated HDR Texture compression, multi-threaded communication with system CPU cores, embedded support for many of the DirectCompute 11 instructions, 3D stereoscopic support and HDMI 1.4a.
- Core Clock: 850MHz
- Memory: 2048MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 5200MHz (Effective)
- Memory Bandwidth: ??GB/sec
- Processing Cores: 1408
- Texture Units: 88
- ROPS: 32
- Bus Type: PCI-Express 2.1
- Display Connectors: 1 Dual-Link DVI-I, 1 Signle-link DVI, 1 HDMI & 2x Mini-DisplayPort
- HDCP Capable
- DirectX 11 Support
- Shader Model 5.0 Support
- OpenGL 4.0 Support
- ATI CrossFire Ready
- ATI Eyefinity Technology
- ATI Avivo HD
- ATI Stream Technology
- ATI HD3D Technology
- Maximum Power Consumption: 250W (Typical 190W)
- 2x 6pin PCI-E power connectors required
- 450W minimum PSU recommended
- Warranty: 3 Years

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer msi
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website
Warranty Period (yrs)3

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Question  Question by kensaundm31

Any news on when this item in stock? My money is burning thru my pockets...

Answer by niall on Wednesday, June 13, 2012
please contact our sales department.

Question  In stock? by Dominic

Hey, when will you be getting these in stock, they went quick!!
Plus will they be on sale again, I noticed a couple of days ago they we're down by about 30 or 20 pound. Thanks

Answer by joebe on Wednesday, February 1, 2012
There is currently one in stock, Grab it quick :)

2x 6pin pci-e power connectors by Biomed


I was wondering does this card come with an 8pin to two 6 pin converter?

Much like the ASUS nvidia 570 cards

Thanks in advance

Response by daniele
Looking at the manufacturers product page ( it doesn't appear so, but it does come with a twin molex to 6-pin converter

Question  difference between single and dual DVI by ganjiry

hi all, could u tell me the difference between dual link DVI-I and single link DVI please.
i currently run two monitors. 1 digital in bottom dvi and 1 anologue in the top dvi. will i still b able to run these monitors

Answer by mohameda on Thursday, October 13, 2011
dvi-i (single link dvi) has 2 sets of pins, 2 squares with a gap inbetween them
dvi-d (dual link dvi) has 1 set of pins, a continous rectanuglar shape , no gap inbetween

both dvi-i and dvi-d usually have 4 pins on the left also or a straight line connector or both

Question  Display Connectors: 1 Dual-Link DVI-I, 1 Signle-li by ganjiry

hi, i currently have a xfx hd6850 dual fan. runnin dual monitors. on this card the top dvi output will run either analogue or digital monitor. and the bottom 1 will only run digital. i get confused with DVI, DVI-I.
my question is. can i run my monitor setup with this 6950 or will i need two digital monitors?? or will i have to buy the FrozrII version instead to run the monitors i have?


Answer by daniele on Thursday, October 13, 2011
In general:
DVI-A : Analog only
DVI-I : Integrated (analog & digital)
DVI-D : Digital only

So in short, you could use the DVI-I to connect your analogue screen and the other DVI port to connect your digital screen
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