ASUS ARES 4GB Limited Edition Graphics Card Review

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ASUS ARES 4GB Graphics Card Review

Asus ARES 4GB Limited Edition

Back in March while attending CeBIT ASUS were showing off a rather interesting looking card from the same team which designed their limited edition MARS cards from 2009. This new, unreleased card was based on Radeon technology and was essentially designed to take the 5000 series architecture as far as it could go. Today, 4 months later, we finally get the chance to see what the ASUS engineers can do when tasked with creating a product aimed at consumers who want the most unique Radeon money can buy.

We will be combining the ARES with a Core i7-980X overclocked to 4.25GHz and running it through a selection of real world tests including gaming and Blu-Ray 3D playback to find out how well it compares to the standard 5970 and 2×480 in SLI.

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