PowerColor Radeon HD 7850 PCS+ Pro Reviews
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PowerColor Radeon HD 7850 PCS+ Reviews4
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"The PowerColor HD 7850 PCS+ is designed to perform 15% quieter and cooler than reference cards, all while sporting higher clock speeds."
"At $199 after rebate, the PowerColor PCS+ HD 7850 has competition at this price point from the GTX 660. The reality is that you need to chose the video card you use based on the games you play most as each has its strong points, mainly in the games they share the development work with the developers. Currently there is a promotion that gets the end user a copy of Bioshock Infinite and Tomb Raider as an added bonus. Any way you look at it PowerColor's PCS+ cooling equipped, factory overclocked HD 7850 delivers excellent gaming performance across the spectrum and comes with an excellent low noise/high performance cooling solution."
"PowerColor with the help of AMD has put together a really strong card. And it gets no clearer than when you look at the recent price drops of some of the Radeon cards and what the NVidia competition is offering at the performance level. On Newegg the PCS card is about $219.99 making it pretty affordable and the ideal choice for a nice size 1080P monitor."
"The price premium over the reference design is reasonable with $20. This actually puts the PCS+ on the same level as the reference design, when looking at price/performance only. Since you get a better cooler with lower noise as well, the PowerColor HD 7850 PCS+ should be on your short list when looking at HD 7850 designs."