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Thursday, 10 May 2007 23:37

HIS X1650XT AGP still puts up a fight - 2.Testbed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Vista and games works great on AGP



Testbed:


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Motherboard:
Abit AV8
VIA K8T800 Pro

CPU:
AMD Athlon 64 4000+ (provided by AMD)

CPU-Cooler:
Stock AMD Cooler

Memory:
OCZ EB DDR PC-3700 2x1024MB Platinum XTC Dual Channel Kit (provided by OCZ)
CL3-3-2-8-CR1T at 2.7V

Graphics Card:
HIS Radeon X1650XT (provided by HIS)

Power supply:
OCZ GameXStream 700W (provided by OCZ)

Hard disk:
Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 500GB SATA (provided by Seagate)

Case fans:
Artic Fan 9 PWM (provided by Artic-Cooling)
AF12025 PWM (provided by Artic-Cooling)


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