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Powercolor Radeon HD5850 PCS+ Video Card review

Last updated on June 24th, 2010 at 12:52 pm

Idle numbers were recorded after leaving the system resting in the desktop for 15 minutes. Load numbers were achieved by running Crysis Warhead at Enthusiast settings at 1920×1200.

As we mentioned in our last review we thought the Sapphire might be using slightly higher voltages to get 100% stability with their Toxic card and our power consumption tests would verify this. The Powercolor card on the other hand is consuming exactly the same power as the reference design.

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