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Originally Posted by aliox325 View Post
That are some nice speeds you got there!
How much u think i can reach with a Sapphire 256MB Modded with a Zalman VF900 Cooler?
Coolers don't necessarily let you OC more...if the card can't reach those speeds the cooler can't be taken advantage of.
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post #12 of 21
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I love my X1950Pro, can handle pretty much any game out at the moment on Med to High settings, full AA+AF, 1280X1024 or 1600X1200 resolution.
So, the XT or XTX would be phenominal cards with great performance.
Hey, i had same card as you before i bought my x1950XT and im telling you its a big leap in performance. The x1950pro has a memory frequence of 44.6GB and the x1950XT a 57.6GB. etc. etc.
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post #13 of 21
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Coolers don't necessarily let you OC more...if the card can't reach those speeds the cooler can't be taken advantage of.
They let you use more voltage, that increase your max OC..
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post #14 of 21
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Cyph3r, what speeds u think i can get with a x1950xt with zalman vf900 cooler?
I have 702 core and 1035 memory, on stock volts. The HIS cooler is very good. im not sure about that zalman one
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aliox325 it all depends on the card. the cooler isn't always going to make the difference. like my speeds I had to up the voltage to 1.525/2.202/2.202/1.528. I might be able to lower the mem voltage but the others I can't whiel cypher above me hit just about the same speeds at stock voltages. we are both using the same cooler it's just his card is a little better then mine. it's just one of those it all depends on how things work out. even then though you can reach a point to where teh card will stay cool but more voltage won't help the core/mem has just reached it's limit

also my max mem speed corrected should be 1045 not 1035. that was done withotu changing voltage though
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Its worth noting though, while i can hit the same speeds as RX7Speed at stock volts, RX7Speed can run on much tighter memory timings which give a very good performance boost, but no matter how much volts i give my card i cant use the same timings
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post #17 of 21
I have one as well and am quite happy with it. There really isn't anything that this card can't play well with that I have come across. If you're looking for something to hold you over for the next year or so, it's definitely worth it considering the prices that they're going for now.
     
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post #18 of 21
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Hey, i had same card as you before i bought my x1950XT and im telling you its a big leap in performance. The x1950pro has a memory frequence of 44.6GB and the x1950XT a 57.6GB. etc. etc.
memory frequency of 44.6GB?! idk what you mean by memory frequency, or 44.6GB, but frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) which is a cycle/sec (hence the ops/cycle measurement, for instance C2D is 12 ops/cycle, 12 ops/cycle*xxxxMHz (Mcycles/sec)=MTHOPS or ops/sec)
anyway, its a great card, get it while its hot!
    
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post #19 of 21
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memory frequency of 44.6GB?! idk what you mean by memory frequency, or 44.6GB, but frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) which is a cycle/sec (hence the ops/cycle measurement, for instance C2D is 12 ops/cycle, 12 ops/cycle*xxxxMHz (Mcycles/sec)=MTHOPS or ops/sec)
anyway, its a great card, get it while its hot!
OOPS! excuse me i meant Memory Bandwidth sorry 44.6GB/sec Memory Bandwidth
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AMD X2 3800+ ASUS NAGAMI2 X1950XT 2GB (2x1) 184 pin PC3200 
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post #20 of 21
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44.6GHz :O WOW
J/P. Thanks guys. I'm buying the X1950XT.
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