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    Heaven DX11 Benchmark Version 3.0

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    7970 takes Unigine heaven DX11 world record

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    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...
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    ASUS Radeon EAH6870

    We've come to expect big things from ASUS, and their latest powerhouse is the Radeon EAH6870. It's a reference design for the most part, but it brings voltage tweaking capabilities to enthusiasts looking for something special. Boasting some strong gaming horsepower at a very competitive price...
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    Sapphire Radeon 6850 1GB

    The newest generation DX11 cards are upon us, and the Sapphire Radeon 6850 1GB sports a non-reference heatsink and boasts 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...
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    ASUS GeForce GTX 480

    The ASUS GTX 480 is based on the reference Nvidia design, but it does bring a few ASUS-specific features to the table. Like to overclock? Want to adjust voltages without voiding your warranty? Want the fastest single-GPU Nvidia card on the market? Then you're in for a treat today. But you...
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    MSI 5830 Twin Frozr II 1GB

    Overclocking a graphics card can be a bit daunting, as the returns typically aren't much worthwhile. But we have an exception today: the MSI 5830 Twin Frozr II 1GB. MSI has taken the 5830, installed a custom heatsink with heatpipes and dual fans, used some military-grade components in its...
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    Sapphire Radeon HD5570 1GB DDR3

    The Sapphire Radeon 5570 is a low-power budget graphics card, marketed in the $80 range to consumers who are interested in some light gaming, and indeed the card is more capable than the lowly 5450 in terms of gaming performance. At this price range, the Nvidia GeForce GT 240 is the...
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    Sapphire Radeon HD 5450 512MB

    The Sapphire Radeon 5450 is a very small, low-power, silent, budget graphics card, marketed in the sub-$50 range to consumers who may be interested in something for their HTPC or the occasional foray into some light gaming. It's the baby of the 5000 series Radeon cards, and offers some...
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    Sapphire Radeon HD5670 1GB

    The Sapphire Radeon 5670 is a budget gaming card, geared to consumers who occasionally do some light gaming, and particularly at 1280 resolution. A small, quiet, low-power card that is designed to be frugal in terms of power consumption, it runs cool and quiet, offering a good upgrade option for...
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    Sapphire Radeon HD 5970 OC

    Today we look at the Sapphire Radeon HD 5970 OC. Yes, it is a dual-GPU, single PCB card. And it has a new naming scheme, no longer following the "X2" moniker. And yes, it is an overclocked version. The Sapphire HD 5970 OC is an absolute behemoth, from its gaming horsepower, to its size...
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    Sapphire Radeon HD5750

    Sapphire's Radeon HD5750 is indeed a budget card, but offers some exciting potential for gamers who can't afford to go down the high-priced road. No shame in that, and we're bang-for-the-buck fanboys as much as the next person. The 5700 series cards bring some very attractive features to the...