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Thursday, 14 January 2010 18:00

Sapphire HD 5670 1GB im Test - 9. Übertakten

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Die derzeit günstigste DirectX 11 Karte







Übertakten:

Wir haben versucht die Karte mittels Overdrive zu übertakten, was bis zu 850MHz GPU-Takt und leider nur 1050MHz erlaubt wird. Wer höher gehen will, muß sich mit anderen Tools behelfen.

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Wir konnten das Maximum ausschöpfen, was für 8% bessere Ergebnisse in Far Cry 2 sorgte.

Da das Übertakten nur für den 3D Modus gilt, hat sich bei der Kühlleistung nicht viel getan. Der Lüfter drehte gleich schnell und die maximale Temperatur stieg von 55°C auf 58°C.



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