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Radeon HD 5850
Radeon HD 5850: Power connectors
Radeon HD 5850: back side
Radeon HD 5850 Crossfire
Radeon HD 5850 Crossfire (2)
Radeon HD 5850 Crossfire (3)
Radeon HD 5850 (2)
Radeon HD 5850 (3)
Radeon HD 5850: power connectors
The launch driver of the HD 5800 is dated to September 11 and is related to the Catalyst 9.10 branch
Sparse Grid Fullscene Supersampling Anti Aliasing is back again
The PCGH noise test setup pictured with a Geforce GTX 295 and a passive FSP power supply unit
Radeon HD 5850: The Overdrive menu allows only 775/2.250 MHz
Radeon HD 5850: idle temperatures
Radeon HD 5850: GPU-Z 0.3.5 detects the card correctly
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Acantee09 Radeon HD 5850 reviewed The DirectX 11 bargain
Banned
23.11.2009 06:02
and there is no reason why you cant still listen to the BBC pre and post match if that what you did before.
Ar.Pi Re: Radeon HD 5850 reviewed: The DirectX 11 bargain
Senior Member
06.10.2009 18:49
though why did you use such absurdly punishing settings for stalker(4x msaa ffs :P )


Actually all games are set with 4XMSAA. I agree that heavy games like Crysis and STALKER should be tested with a bit more practical AA settings. Maybe X2 or X4.

Very nice review, thanks. Card is great.
lagathy Re: Radeon HD 5850 reviewed: The DirectX 11 bargai...
Senior Member
01.10.2009 15:23
Damn,

i wish i lived anywhere but in the uk atm...these cards are stupdenously cheap for the rest of the world,frankly..id snap 2 of them up immediately if the pound/euro wasn't so atrocious

nice review..though why did you use such absurdly punishing settings for stalker(4x msaa ffs :P ) and crysis...you can't get any idea of the cards speeds with those settings....and why can't you include the overclocked results alongside the others??