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Just thought that if no one else knew you'd enjoy this

Steam deal for ATi users.

Free download for Half Life 2: Lost Coast and Half Life 2: Deathmatch. Downloading now
Wow, nice!
I hope this lasts until I get home

EDIT: Done, thnx Dilyn!
Edited by Ulver - 5/19/10 at 4:47am
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I am the very happy owner of a Sapphire HD4890/1GB.....I can run it at 1000/1100 with 1.35/1.2v. Unfortunately my other 4890 is an XFX.

Edited by ny_driver - 5/20/10 at 8:44pm
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Heres a pic of my 4870 -
Hehe lots of fingerprints .

EDIT: The date needs resetting on my camera.
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Can anyone please tell me how is this :

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102873

I plan to buy a 5770 today! Can you change voltage in this?
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Can anyone please tell me how is this :

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102873

I plan to buy a 5770 today! Can you change voltage in this?

That card is a non-reference Sapphire 5770, which does not have voltage control. Overall it's still a very good card and many owners can still reach 1Ghz on stock voltage with this card.

reference: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=319964
    
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I can get the v1 card for $15 more. Do you think the voltage control/extra overclocking is worth paying 15 extra?

As an example, how much fps can i expect to gain by +100MHz ?
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I can get the v1 card for $15 more. Do you think the voltage control/extra overclocking is worth paying 15 extra?

As an example, how much fps can i expect to gain by +100MHz ?
I don't know if it's worth it but perhaps for the peace of mind. Most 5770 owners max out at 1050mhz even with voltage control. What you will gain with some increase voltage is more high clock stability. All v1,v2,v3, reference and non-reference coolers are very good.
    
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I don't know if it's worth it but perhaps for the peace of mind. Most 5770 owners max out at 1050mhz even with voltage control. What you will gain with some increase voltage is more high clock stability. All v1,v2,v3, reference and non-reference coolers are very good.
i agree. i've found going over 1000mhz actually makes games worse. stuttering, lines, bsod, all intermittantly. my trifire runs the best quality and fps at 900/1300. i can control the voltage with msi afterburner on these vaporx's also. im using the bios that updated the 720sp to 800sp on all 3 cards. on another note, someone on the 5770 club thread bought a vaporx 5770 with the blue pcb with leds on the back side. apparently voltage control is inop with this card. i saw the pic of it and it looks like a 5750 because of the blue pcb but its a real 5770 per the gpuz screen shot. anyone know if this is a new or older version of the vaporx 5770?
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i agree. i've found going over 1000mhz actually makes games worse. stuttering, lines, bsod, all intermittantly. my trifire runs the best quality and fps at 900/1300. i can control the voltage with msi afterburner on these vaporx's also. im using the bios that updated the 720sp to 800sp on all 3 cards. on another note, someone on the 5770 club thread bought a vaporx 5770 with the blue pcb with leds on the back side. apparently voltage control is inop with this card. i saw the pic of it and it looks like a 5750 because of the blue pcb but its a real 5770 per the gpuz screen shot. anyone know if this is a new or older version of the vaporx 5770?
Are you sure you or this person are not mistaken? I only know of (3) three Sapphire 5770 versions, all with the reference black pcb: reference aka v1, vapor-x, v2.

Reference aka v1 (reference pcb, reference cooler)


Vapor-X (reference pcb, non-reference cooler)


v2 (reference pcb, non-reference cooler)


Maybe I'm wrong and there are some new blue pcb ones on the market, I haven't seen.



edit: This is Simple_echo's Sapphire 5770 Vapor X. To my knowledge, this card with a short blue pcb such as a 5750, doesn't exist. I can't read the picture clear enough o determine if it says 5750 or 5770.


Edited by rico2001 - 5/22/10 at 9:55am
    
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