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Wednesday, 24 March 2010 01:00

XFX HD 5750 740M XXX 512MB beats reference HD 5750 1024MB - 5. Futuremark Tests

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: XXX Overclocked edition







XFX HD 5750 512MB XXX YHDA proves that it’s possible, at least in certain scenarios, for a card with less memory but higher clocks to beat a card with more memory and lower clocks.

If we compare XFX HD 5750 512MB and the reference HD 5750 1024MB in synthetic tests, it’s obvious that memory requirements rise only in extreme scenarios with higher resolutions, detail settings, etc.

HD 5750 XXX card scores almost 10% better than reference HD 5750 in Vantage Performance test, but the same advantage practically melts to almost zero in Vantage Xtreme.

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