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Power Color Radeon X1650 XT Review

Date: 2006-12-19

   IntroductionThe oft quoted saying - 'There are lies, damn lies and statistics' is commonly used to argue against the use of statistics. Yet it is true that we now live in a number crunching soc...

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Results - Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory & F.E.A.R (DirectX 9 Benchmarks)

We did say earlier that the overclocking should not result in significant performance gains, especially for actual games. This was true for both Splinter Cell and F.E.A.R, where the PowerColor was at best two frames faster than the MSI. This was however only at true at the resolution of 1024 x 768 in Splinter Cell. For those looking to squeeze out that extra for the more graphically intensive F.E.A.R, the overclock does help to achieve a consistent one-frame advantage over the MSI, though it doesn't really help much experientially.

Power Color Radeon X1650 XT Review

Power Color Radeon X1650 XT Review

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