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XFX HD5750 XXX & eVGA GTS450 & Powercolor HD5750 LP Review

Our overclocking results our gathered by using GPUTool and MSI’s Afterburner software. We test for stability in Crysis Warhead.

Overclocking was reasonably successful with all cards today.

The Powercolor HD5750 LP overclocked by 80mhz on the core to reach a final result of 780mhz. Memory was increased by 75mhz to 1225mhz before artifacting would occur.

The XFX HD5750 XXX managed a 60mhz increase on the core to 800mhz and a 50mhz increase on the memory to 1250mhz. This is impressive, especially considering this is a single slot cooler.

The eVGA GTS450 managed to hit 890mhz on the core, from 823mhz and 980mhz on the memory, an 80mhz clock increase over reference.

The overclocked speeds ensure that all hardware are able to generate a couple of extra frames per second – driving the all important minimum rates into the 25-30 fps zone. This helps smooth out the overall experience.

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