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Wednesday, 24 March 2010 01:00

XFX HD 5750 740M XXX 512MB beats reference HD 5750 1024MB -  7. Gaming: World in Conflict, Left 4 Dead, HAWX

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: XXX Overclocked edition







We didn’t use 2560x1600 results in the following three games as the XFX HD 5750 740M 512MB XXX doesn’t quite fare well at these high settings. With this card AMD aimed for occasional gamers who stick to 1680x1050 or similar, and we’ve already proven that that resolutions is the XFX HD 5750 740M 512MB XXX’s sweet spot. It’s well worth noting that all our today’s tested games were playable at this resolution, even with filters on.

World in Conflict

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Left 4 Dead

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HAWX

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