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PowerColor Radeon HD 3850 Xtreme PCS


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This graphics card is based on the 55nm RV670 GPU and includes 256MB DDR3 memory on 256-bit memory interface, and 320 670MHz stream processors shaders. The card features 720/1800 MHz core/memory clock speeds. Unified Video Decoder and ATI Avivo HD video. Comes with TV-Out and dual DVI connectors. DirectX 10.1 API and pixel shader 4.0 technology support. CrossFire and HDCP capable.


PowerColor Radeon HD 3850 Xtreme PCS Reviews Rating: 87 out of 100 based on 5 ratings.

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BiT-Tech.net 8/10 Feb 18 '08
Bjorn3D 9/10 Dec 14 '07
Elite Bastards  --- Nov 14 '07
Hardware Zone 4/5 Nov 15 '07
i4u.com 9.0/10 Dec 03 '07
MVKTech  --- Nov 15 '07
NGOHQ.com  --- Nov 15 '07
Overclock3D.Net 89% Nov 15 '07
Technic3D  --- Nov 15 '07
techPowerUp! 9.3/10 Dec 06 '07
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PowerColor Radeon HD 3850 Xtreme PCS Roundups and Shootouts

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PowerColor Radeon HD 3850 Xtreme PCS Review Neoseeker -- Mar 20 '08
PowerColor Radeon HD 3850 Xtreme PCS Review Guru3D -- Nov 15 '07

BiT-Tech.net on Feb 18 '08

"PowerColor's factory-overclocked Radeon HD 3850 is a good buy at under £120 (inc. VAT) if you can live with the different display output configuration but, in saying that, I can't help but feel..."

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Bjorn3D on Dec 14 '07

"In terms of performance, well, it's a mixed bag where the HD 3800 series resembles AMDs high-end parts while not being able to take the crown away from NVIDIA. As far as DX10 is concerned, I'm..."

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Elite Bastards on Nov 15 '07

"...PowerColor's Radeon HD 3850 Xtreme is a rather unique proposition, leveraging its enhanced specification to position itself between the reference Radeon HD 3850 and 3870 parts. For just $20..."

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Hardware Zone on Nov 15 '07

"For those looking for something different, PowerColor's Xtreme, overclocked version of the Radeon HD 3850 falls somewhat in between a Radeon HD 3850 and the HD 3870. Temperatures are considered..."

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i4u.com on Dec 03 '07

"It has been a while since I was surprised by the performance of an ATI card and the PowerColor ATI Radeon HD 3850 Xtreme did just that. The performance of the card is very good and PowerColor..."

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