ASUS ATI Radeon EAH5870 G 2DIS


Published by Marc Voser on 01.01.10
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Overclocking

If the card runs in 2D mode it is very silent and you wont be able to hear it. Also compared to a GeForce 285GTX or a ATI Radeon HD4890 the 5870 is much more quiet. Also in 3D mode the cards noise level still is on a very reasonable level and this let's us think that it might be an interesting object to be overclocked. Using the delivered software SmartDoctor you can raise the core voltage slightly and achieve quite astonishing clock rates. Generally we can claim that a higher core voltage (max. increase ten percent) results in better overclockability.

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Page 1 - Introduction Page 9 - PT Boats
Page 2 - Specifications Page 10 - X3 Terran Conflict
Page 3 -Preview Page 11 - Streetfighter 4
Page 4 - Overclocking Page 12 - World in Conflict
Page 5 - Testing conditions Page 13 - Resident Evil 5
Page 6 - 3DMark 06 Page 14 - Call of Juarez
Page 7 - 3DMark Vantage Page 15 - Far Cry 2
Page 8 - Furmark Page 16 - Conclusion



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