PowerColor Radeon HD 6850 PCS+ Pro Reviews
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"High performance, good price and ideal for a small case. A single high end card such as the GTX580 is much quieter however."
"The PowerColor HD 6850 PCS+ includes all of the features and specifications of the Barts graphics processor, but since it is part of the PCS+ line it also includes improved cooling and a factory set overclock."
"There is a very large gap between the flat out benchmark crusher and the everyday gamer. Benchmark crushers simply want the biggest and the baddest equipment out there no matter what. Everyday gamers simply want a smooth gaming experience whenever they sit down to have some fun, without breaking the bank. They don't want to have some obnoxiously loud fan spinning up in the background whenever they launch their favorite game, and they surely don't want volcanic thermals shooting out at their ankles. This 6850 meets an excellent balance between price and performance, and even leaves a good bit of headroom to increase longevity, which goes hand in hand with the card's extended three year warranty. Speaking of headroom, although my overclock to 974MHz was good, I have no doubt that once your favorite tweaking programs are updated, there will be a bit more juice available to squeeze out of this baby, so just keep your fingers crossed. Everyday gamers, your card has arrived!"
"PowerColor's HD 6850 PCS+ is the first HD 6850 to reach our labs that uses a heavily modified HD 6850 PCB design. PowerColor has chosen to replace the CHiL voltage regulator with one from uPi which is considerably cheaper but does not offer the extensive software voltage control features of the CHiL controller. This means that overclockers who want to play with voltages will be out of luck with this card."