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Thursday, 15 November 2007 17:06

PowerColor HD 3850 Xtreme PCS - 2. Benchmarks, 3DMarks

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Onboard HDMI interface

 

Testbed
 
Motherboard:
EVGA 680i SLI (Supplied by EVGA)

Processor:
Intel Core 2 Duo 6800 Extreme edition (Supplied by Intel)

Memory:

OCZ FlexXLC PC2 9200 5-5-5-18  (Supplied by OCZ)
        during testing CL5-5-5-15-CR2T 1066MHz na 2.2V

PSU:
OCZ Silencer 750 Quad Black ( Supplied by OCZ)

Hard disk:
Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 80GB SATA (Supplied by Seagate)

 

CPU-Cooler:
Freezer 7 Pro (Supplied by Artic Cooling)
 

Case Fans:
Artic Cooling - Artic Fan 12 PWM
Artic Cooling - Artic Fan 8 PWM

3DMarks

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New RV670 cards perform well in 3DMarks, especially Power Color Extreme HD, and you see that it definitely beats the reference design card. In 3DMark06, the overclocked card is faster than reference card by seven percent, and slower from HD2900 XT by four percent. Gaming will also prove that Power Color Extreme PCS is far better than reference card.

In Futuremark, Geforce 8800 GT beats ATI cards by a small margin, but it runs better when gaming, especially with antialiasing on.


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