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Asus Matrix 5870 Graphics Card Review

Started by: inspirearun | Date 09/07/10 01:05:04 PM
Comments: 4 | Last Comment:  10/21/10 01:39:54 PM

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ATI RADEON 6000 SERIES to release on OCTOBER 25
http://lensfire.blogspot....series-to-release-on.html

Ati Radeon 6000 series cards - READY FOR RELEASE
http://lensfire.blogspot....ries-cards-ready-for.html
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ATI RADEON 6000 SERIES to release on OCTOBER 25
http://lensfire.blogspot....series-to-release-on.html

Ati Radeon 6000 series cards - READY FOR RELEASE
http://lensfire.blogspot....ries-cards-ready-for.html


NVIDIA unviels Seven DirectX 11 Fermi Mobile GPUs
http://lensfire.blogspot....ven-directx-11-fermi.html
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That Asus card looks a bit like Darth Vader...
0 0 [Posted by: Joe Public  | Date: 09/10/10 01:51:08 AM]
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To be honest, the results are slightly disappointing.
GTX480, which is a single-gpu solution, beats or challenges the dual-gpu 5970 in many games. A 5870 rarely keeps up with it, except Crysis.

It seems a bit unfair that a $500 gpu is beating a $650 dual-gpu in some games, and has a higher minimum fps on stock clocks than ATI's best offerings.

That being said, the matrix 5870 is still a good card for the cost and not a regrettable purchase. At least it produces somewhat less heat, and uses less electricity, than a 480.
0 0 [Posted by: Darko7  | Date: 10/21/10 01:36:22 PM]
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