We test the KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 Razor Single Slot graphics card that is bound to delivers a very decent gaming experience. The Razor single slot solution could be interesting as a small form factor product
Meet the Powercolor HD5770 1GB GDDR5 Single Slot graphics card. Each card Radeon HD5770 is clocked at 850MHz, has a 1GB memory partition running at 1,2GHz (x4 Quad data rate gDDR5) over a 128 bit memory bus. Each card comes with a Display Port, DVI-I and HDMI allowing much flexibility monitor wise. The new cards are clocked at reference speeds as the new single slot coolers obviously have a little less cooling capacity opposed to the dual-slot version. Today we'll take a total of four of these cards and see what they'll do setup in multi-GPU-mode, CrossfireX.
It's time to unleash the beast, welcome to a nice feature length review on the latest dual-GPU offering from ATI. What ATI did with the Radeon HD 5970 is to place two RV870 chips onto one PCB. Bridge them, Crossfire them and all of the sudden you'll have 4.3 Billion transistors at your disposal with a whopping 4.6 TFLOPs of raw performance. Yes the fastest graphics card in the world is unleashed, let's test it!
NVIDIA is replacing the GeForce GTX 295 with a new single PCB based version. We here at guru3D will review that card, as provided by Point of View graphics. What does the new revised model bring to the table you might ask? Well, we'll answer that and much more in our in-depth review.
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So what are we going to do today .. first we'll have a look at the product specifications, then we'll talk a little about Crossfire, obviously a nice photo-shoot and then a set of benchmarks. We'll test the Single X1600 Pro (100 USD) as well as paired in Crossfire (200 USD) and will compare it with a 200 USD X1800 GTO (200 USD) and a pre-clocked GeForce 7300 GT (120 USD) from Galaxy to get some perspective into this review.