XFX is currently working on new Radeon HD 7970 with Tahiti XT2 GPU, which is basically a GHz Edition of their top model.
The new HD 7970 GHz Edition from XFX features improvement in power consumption and offers better control of the chip leakage.
XFX R7970 GHz Edition codenamed FX-797G-TDF GHz is featuring a factory-overclocked clocks to 1000/1050/6000 MHz for base, boost and memory respectively.
Overclocking upto 1300MHz is easily possible considering XFX added their top of the line double dissipation heatsink over the PCB which includes two 90mm fans throwing air towards the vapor chamber which conveys heat to the large aluminum fin array.
Card is not yet released, but it should arrive in about two weeks.
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