1. grumpydaddy

    Anyone got ati 5870 or later and want to push big points?

    I have been away pushing my points total in an attempt to get into top 3 of country and top 100 overall. I have an upgrade planned which frees up a rig to come back here and crunch gpu... and this made me wonder if any of you guys would like to crunch much bigger numbers??? HCC for GPU has...
  2. L

    AMD RoadMap ATI 8990, 8970, 8950

  3. Irocing

    ATI Driver Sweeper

    Here's an App that starting to get some very good reports as to a Cleaner. I try new video drivers all the time as to help with in game problems. Have tried alot of them including Driver Sweeper as to cleaning out old remnants which sometimes cause problems. I usually do alot of tweaks in card...
  4. T

    Please help me Ati radeon 6750 HD

    Am trying to overclock my ati radeon 6750 hd 1gb ddr3 video card. But when i open up msi after burner max setting for memory clock is 925MHZ bar wont go any higher. i have the core clock set on 850Mhz but i wanna get the memory to 1300+ is there reason why this program wont allow me to see over...
  5. CODYglitchSIX

    Just got my amd sapphire hd 6790 !!!!!!!!

    I can finally max out BFBC2!! Yay :) :roll: :blush: :o :excl: :D :p
  6. Solara2xb

    XFX ATI 6950 2GB Ref Design Failure

    So today I go to turn on my computer with my ATI 6950 with the EK-FC6970 block mounted and I get no video. I knew something was wrong so I went and installed my other Video card and bam! everything is fine. turns out my GPU is dead!! this sucks even tho I can RMA the XFX 6950 card I know I...
  7. Solara2xb

    Waterblock for ATI 2GB HD6950 Ref design

    Hey all, Trying to decide which block to get so I can add my GPU on into the water loop. been doing some reading online and I really like the Heatkiller Block. Or should I stick with the Swiftech Komodo 6900 block? Both blocks are about...
  8. M

    Just had a question regarding ati tool for overclocking

    Sorry people if this is a dumb question.I downloaded ati tool for my radeon hd4800 series card.The program is awsome,I just dont understand why when i go to the over clocking menu it says BIOS GPU 850 CURRENT GPU240 then BIOS mem 975 current mem 975 does this mean i should turn my...
  9. Solara2xb

    Crossfire ATI 5770 or Single ATI 6870

    Hey All, Wanted to see what you all think is better. I've read a bunch of mix reviews. Which do you think has better performance Crossfire ATI 5770 or Single 6870 both running at stock speeds Will see some decent gaming.. Your thoughts???
  10. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 6870 Vapor-X 1GB

    The Sapphire 6870 Vapor-X features a custom heatsink that brings some very impressive temperature results and low noise levels. Throw in some good overclocking headroom and only a modest price premium, and this card is very attractive. But can it withstand the GTX 560 Ti onslaught? Let's take a...
  11. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 6970

    The 6900 series cards are the new AMD flagship cards, specifically the 6970, signalling their top single-GPU card in the lineup. We're looking at the Sapphire Radeon 6970. Can it withstand Nvidia's recent success? Let's find out. Click HERE for the full review.
  12. Skyguy

    XFX Radeon 6970 and 6950

    AMD is now releasing the 6900 series cards, and this brings us to the topic of today's discussion: the XFX Radeon 6950 and 6970. Can these cards withstand Nvidia's recent success? Let's dive right in and find out. Click HERE for the full review.
  13. Skyguy

    PowerColor Radeon PCS+ 6870

    What's unique about this PowerColor Radeon PCS+ 6870 graphics card is that it's not a reference heatsink; it's got a custom cooler and a healthy factory overclock as well, promsing some great gaming horsepower with respectable temperatures and power consumption. Tasty. Click HERE for the...
  14. Cartic

    How to veirfy Radeon HD 5970 Memory Size?

    Hello guys, As per the spec, the MEMORY SIZE of 5970 is 2GB but CPU Z and Windows 7 PIT shows I have 1024 MB. This should be 2048 MB, right? It is a 2 GB card after all. I only have a single card for now. I guess it has 2 GPUs with memory shared equally between the 2. So each GPU is 1024. But...
  15. Skyguy

    Visiontek Radeon 6870 1GB

    Visiontek's latest powerhouse is the Radeon 6870. It's a reference design for the most part, but it brings some strong capabilities to enthusiasts looking for something special. Boasting some impressive gaming horsepower at a very competitive price, it sounds very tempting. Let's take a closer...
  16. Skyguy

    Gigabyte Radeon 6850 1GB

    The Gigabyte Radeon 6850 sports a non-reference heatsink and comes with a small factory overclock, looking to bring some strong gaming horsepower in what is a rather diminutive card compared to some of the behemoths we've seen in the past. Sounds tempting. Let's take a close look at the Gigabyte...
  17. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 5770 FleX

    Sapphire now brings what promises to be a game-changer of a card to consumers: the Radeon 5770 FleX. What's so special about the FleX? Well, it's the first card that supports Eyefinity out of the box, and no expensive DisplayPort or adapters required at all. This means that your garden variety...
  18. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 5550 Ultimate GDDR5

    The Sapphire Radeon 5550 Ultimate sports upgraded GDDR5 memory and higher core/memory clock speeds, offering a performance boost in a card that has low power consumption and runs very quiet. Suitable for an HTPC setup and those looking for some light gaming on the cheap, at $100 the Sapphire...
  19. Skyguy

    PowerColor Radeon 5550 512MB DDR3

    The PowerColor Radeon 5550 is a very small, low-power budget graphics card, marketed in the $70 range to consumers who are primarily interested in home media and HTPC usage. The card is certainly more capable than the entry-level 5450 in terms of horsepower, but the price tag on the...
  20. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 5550 Ultimate

    The Sapphire Radeon 5550 Ultimate is a low-power, passively cooled, budget graphics card, marketed to consumers who may be interested in something for their HTPC or the occasional foray into some light gaming. It's almost the baby of the 5000 series Radeon cards, with the 5450 sitting one...