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Friday, 09 April 2010 01:00

Club3D HD 5850 Overclocked Edition tested - 6. Gaming: Crysis, Dirt 2, Far Cry 2

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Nonreference cooled, quiet and overclocked











Crysis

Crysis rates Club3D HD 5850 Overclocked Edition as about 4% faster than the reference HD 5850. It loses to the HD 5870 by about 14%.

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Dirt 2

Dirt 2 is a DirectX 11 game and looks pretty good, especially if you use Eyefinity multi-display configurations. Unfortunately, we don’t have three monitors to test our Club3D HD 5850 Overclocked Edition, but we can confirm that 2560x1600 will allow for some nice gaming. In fact, Club3D’s HD 5850 Overclocked Edition scores 50fps. Compared to the reference HD 5850 card, Club3D’s HD 5850 Overclocked Edition scores about 9% higher. 

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Far Cry 2

Strapped with 1GB of fast GDDR5 memory, Club3D HD 5850 Overclocked Edition has no trouble performing at high resolutions in Far Cry 2.

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