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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 11 February 2013
Excellent card and it more than holds its own against the newer cards after all it's a stripped down 7950. It should keep my games running smoothly for another couple of years and hopefully by then the price will be even lower (171 gbp) so i can crossfire. The fan can be whiney when really stressed so be aware of that however it's only really an issue when it is being stress tested and pushed hard, most games won't come near to that for a while yet. . . . . hopefully ;)Also the girl on the picture is strangely attractive for a cartoon haha

Club 3D 2GB AMD HD7870 Joker Graphics Card (925 MHz, Stream Processors: 1536, PCI-E 3.0)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 8 April 2013
This is the jokerxt but the heading does not state that.
The jokerxt is the only joker card that has 1536 stream processors.
The normal joker edition only has 1280 stream processors, there is another joker xt card on here for 183 pounds and has all the right specs except wrong card dimensions. Amazon needs to sort out this confusion over the two identical cards.

Product Name: Radeon HD 7870XT jokerCard
Product Series: Radeon HD 7000
Item Code: CGAX-7876XT
EAN Code: 8717249411437

Interface

Bus Interface: PCI Express 3.0

Chipset

GPU Chipset: Tahiti LE
GPU Clock: 925 MHz
GPU Boost Clock: 975 MHz
Stream Processors: 1536

Multi-GPU

Multi-GPU: Dual CrossFire Ready

Memory

Memory Size: 2048MB
Memory Interface: 256 BIT
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Clock: 6000 MHz

Cooling

Cooling Type: Active Fansink, CoolStream High Performance Cooling Technology

TDP

Idle: 30W
Idle ZCP mode enabled: 3W
Maximum load: < 210W

3D API

DirectX version: 11.1
OpenGL version: 4.2
OpenCL version: 1.2

Dimensions

Slot Width: 2 Slots
Profile: Standard profile
Card Size: 268x122x36mm

Weight

Card Weight: 672 grs

Output Configuration

DVI: 1x Dual-Link DVI-I
HDMI: 1x version 1.4a
Mini DisplayPort: 2x version 1.2
HDCP ready: YES
RAMDAC: 400MHz
Maximum Resolution analog: 2048x1536 (via Dual-Link DVI to VGA adapter)
Maximum Resolution Single-Link DVI: 1920x1200
Maximum Resolution Dual-Link DVI: 2560x1600
Maximum Resolution HDMI 1.4a: 4096x3112
Maximum Resolution Mini DP 1.2: 4096x2160
Maximum Outputs simultaneously: 4

In the package

Club 3D Radeon HD 7870XT jokerCard graphic card
Club 3D CrossFireX bridge (CAC-CB) interconnect cable
Club 3D knob hanger
Driver & E-Manual CD
Quick install guide
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Club 3D 2GB AMD HD7870 Joker Graphics Card (925 MHz, Stream Processors: 1536, PCI-E 3.0)i have purchased two of these cards ans seperately they work flawlessly and are more powerful than i will prob need for a few years but because of the price i decided to run crossfire i did have a slight issue at first but with the new driver 13.1 they now run sweet as a nut in crossfire and get huge fps on every game i try even crysis 3 on max settings never ever drops below 61 fps (got cards set to never go above 65 as a waste my screen refreshes at 60 lol)
so i would recommend these cards to anyone in fact my friend has just purchased one for his build and is over the moon with it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 13 March 2013
I've had this graphics card for about 2 months now and it has performed flawlessly. The only game that the card has struggled with in performance was Borderlands 2 with phsyx on high, which was much to be expected. Haven't seen under 60 fps on Battlefield 3 with highest settings and skyrim with hd textures and many other mods.
Great performance for the price, about comparable to a 7950 and only a few fps behind the 660ti in a few games so this is an absolute steal.
13.1 drivers seem to work great, don't see why people are having such big problems with the card....
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on 7 February 2014
I got my card from my pal in Japan just before Christmas 2013 for £90, brand new in the box. Coming from an excellent HD6950 2GB the main thing I noticed was how BF4 was so much smoother (Ultra 1080p) and all my other games were defaulting to very high settings at the same res. Great card, designed to run hot, I didn't find it noisy until I ran Crysis 3 on very high settings. Much quieter than my previous 6950 and since I now own a better case it's even quieter. This is so close to a 7950 it's ridiculous. The recent Starswarm Stress Test on Steam gave me AVG FPS 43.08 Extreme 1080p which is close to and the same as some scores I have seen with a 7950 and an FX 8350. My setup is an oc i5 2500k. I plan to buy another card for xfire as the performance increase is incredible. The reason I know this? My pal in Japan, has 2 of these in xfire with his 2600k and his benchmarks don't agree with the many flowing around the internet. If your on a budget this card is ideal, if you don't have enough to get the latest R12 30000X this card will do fine. Make sure your case has good airflow too.
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on 7 May 2013
First things first, this is one big unit that uses quite a lot of power. The length on the card is 267mm and if you measure round your PCI slot and the space available is close, say 270mm then the card WON'T fit. I had to modify my case which was a real barrel of laughs I can tell you. My job entails working on one very strange machine as I am a Tenpin Bowling machine tech so Im used to doing crazy, awkward adjustments.
Also, a tidy PSU will be required, one with two 6/8pin connectors and around 550watts min.
Anyways, this beast is now fitted in my i7 rig and it looks stunning! I had upgraded from a HD6850 and this blows that away. Up to now I have only played SKYRIM but that looks unreal, the lighting effects and textures are a sight to behold!
£171 represents incredible value for money. I'd say that this is the 'sweetspot' card right now and you'll struggle to better the quality of this device without spending quite a bit more.
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This Joker card is based on the more expensive 79xx series cards from AMD/ATI rather than, as its name suggests the 78xx series. What this means is that you are getting the capabilities of a series of cards that start at £250 upwards for, when I purchased it £170.

The cards installs easily but remember to check that you have enough power connections for it if you are upgrading from something else. This is 2x 6pin PCIE power connectors.

This card is able to run pretty much every game ive thrown at it on maximum settings at 1920x1080. I have had to drop the settings for Crysis 3 but other than this title (which is too much for cards costing 2-3x as much).

I would recommend this to anyone with the older 5xxx or 6xxx series cards as unless you have one of the top end models from these older ranges it will be a fantastic upgrade.
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on 6 March 2013
The first one Amazon sent was faulty but after speaking to customer service (which was based in Jamaica for some reason) they sent me a new card next day delivery. I have it installed with an i5 8gb ram and an ssd and it runs everything I have tried. Am now running BF3 on ultra 64 player multi player and it hovers around 60fps, also thanks to the 2gb vram games like Skyrim with many mod's run smooth as silk. All in all I think it's a very good card for the money and runs everything you could want out of the box.
Just make sure you have 2 x 6 pin pci-e plugs to power it.
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on 6 May 2013
I bought this card to replace 550ti. This card is really close to 7950 and its very good runs all on max settings with everything on. My processor might be bottlenecking the card coz its only quad 3.0 oc. But that's my problem and will have to upgrade soon, great price and I arrived very quickly on next day
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on 28 April 2013
I bought this purposely for games and it over do the job. Right now it is in my rig and I play any game at ultra high specs! Make less noise when idle... not very noisy when playing games. Go ahead and buy it, you won't regret it! Club 3D is one of the best to make these 7870 cards. Enjoy gaming!
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