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Tuesday, 03 November 2009 15:57

Mushkin HD 4850 OC tested - 4 Left 4 Dead, World in Confliict

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: An overclocked card with non-reference cooling
 

 

 

Left 4 Dead

XFX HD 5750 runs nice but lags behind the HD 4850 512MB by a few frames throughout the test. Mushkin's HD 4850 OC runs up to 8% faster than the reference card and up to 15% faster than the HD 5750, although occasional scenarios resulted in more than 15% difference.

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World in Conflict

Similarly to the previous games, Mushkin HD 4850 OC outruns the reference card as well as the HD 5750, which loses by up to 8%. This game sees very little difference between the reference HD 4850 and the HD 5750.


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