PowerColor Bravo X700 Graphics Card Review: High-End Features at Affordable Price?. Page 13
[09/14/2005 01:58 PM | Graphics]
by Alexey Stepin
We would like to take a closer look at the solution from PowerColor based on RADEON X700 chip. Equipped with a fanless cooler, this baby suits perfectly for silent systems, and taking into account its very affordable price may be a very tempting buy for many of you. But will its performance and overclocking potential be as tempting as its price and design? We will find out now!
Painkiller: Battle Out of Hell
The sequel to Painkiller isn’t a very resource-consuming application, and the PowerColor card gives out a playable frame rate even in 1600x1200 with enabled full-screen antialiasing. It also keeps closer to the RADEON X700 here than in the other cases – the load on the graphics memory subsystem must be low in this game.
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