We’ve all seen a tonne of NVIDIA 7950GT Graphics Cards reviewed the past few
months. Almost all of those follow NVIDIA’s reference design. How about getting
a little more adventurous with us? We explore a non-reference 7950GT graphics
card, the Eagle 7950GT – with a special zalman cooler attached.

We’ve all seen a tonne of NVIDIA 7950GT Graphics Cards reviewed the past few
months. Almost all of those follow NVIDIA’s reference design. How about getting
a little more adventurous with us? We explore a non-reference 7950GT graphics
card, the Eagle 7950GT – with a special zalman cooler attached.

I don’t know… what brand is this card? I can’t tell from that sticker on
the Flower designed cooler.

Ok, let us try again… that looks like an eagle… It is an Eagle! The right
side of the card is laden with capacitors and inductors, tipped off with a PCIE
power connector at the corner.

 

Right at the bottom right of the front of the card lies the Voltage Regulator
for the Graphics Processing Unit – right beside a MOSFET.

Higher up, the RT9232 chip provides power for the 256MB of GDDR3
Memory onboard.

 

An SLI Ready Card, you will find the SLI Connector at the usual
spot.