HIS, XFX & Sapphire 5850/ 5870

On First Page2. HIS Radeon 5850 1GB


Introduction

A couple of weeks ago on launch day we looked at the Radeon 5870 and found it to be a very impressive card. It combined excellent performance in today’s games with a great set of features which will be useful in future titles.

Today we have a follow-up article where we will look at the 5870 offerings from a selection of ATI’s partners as well as the 5850 to see which cards are worth your hard earned cash. In addition to this full CrossFire results for both cards will be provided as well as GPU computing and media playback performance figures.

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