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Sapphire HD5770 Flex Review on 3 monitors

Today we are using a Keithley Integra Model 2700/E and we are measuring power consumption at VGA card inputs, not full system drain. To test load we first fire up Crysis Warhead at high image quality settings then we follow up with the synthetic Furmark which loads the GPU beyond game engine levels … Furmark is not a particularly realistic reading, but its interesting to document.

Under 80W when running Crysis is a result that is a little less than the Vapor X Edition we reviewed last month (it was consuming around 84W under same conditions). 109W with Furmark is exceptional, again 5W or so less than the Vapor X.

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