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^^^

are you sure v2 isnt using DrMos
coz that would mean V2 is inferior to V1!!!
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see for yourself. it looks strange but that how its going. no DrMos for V2.
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I'm sorry guys. I didn't mean to start a fight here.

But it is true. For example if you are someone who is 100% who will use a 6870 on stock clocks then you can get a decent affordable 6850 and clock it the same as a 6870. Therefore you pay less price at the same time probably you are picking the Gigabyte/Asus 6850 which has good cooling system. Some people find it hard to stretch the budget especially when we are not working still. So every worth remaining money can go to something like a power supply. But of course if you have money and you don't have to pay for anything else you can get a 6870 and clock it higher.
It all goes down to budget. So no need to fight. I understand some people come to a point they fight for their side because they own that product. I feel the same way sometimes.
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see for yourself. it looks strange but that how its going. no DrMos for V2.
how can you identify whether a product uses DrMos or not
it isnt mentioned in the specs
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i dont fight for my product. all im telling that ocing factor is not something that should be taken for comparing.

1. it's unpredictable
2. depends on more then one factor
3. it's unpredictable (i think i already said that)

budget problem is simple to deal with it. you are buying what you can afford, or finding the rebate.
its stupid to say that you can oc lower card to match the stock performance of higher card. what if you will not be able to run it at such clocks? what if you could overclock the higher card? this is completely stupid thing, that should not be done anymore. if it was fair, and worth to say. why then pc portals are not doing such thing? why they dont compare video cards by max overclock performance, while they are doing that on stock.
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how can you identify whether a product uses DrMos or not
it isnt mentioned in the specs
digging the net. sometimes its not so hard to find information that you want
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^^^^
hihihihi
you are sooooooooo right

but there must me some identifier for them, can you kindly tell
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np
http://event.msi.com/DrMOS/
on bottom click on DrMOS and look at picture. older design was the three seperate mosfets, DrMos is a 3 in 1
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Guys if anyone would be kind enough to run Heaven with these setting with 6850 cf and 6870 cf it would be appreciated

Just want to see were my 5850's stand



Ignore the min framerate, It was a loading spike caused by HDD's..
Edited by antuk15 - 2/21/11 at 7:39am
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TriXX OC Utility beta V3.0.4

Link: http://www.sapphiretech.com/ssc/TriXX/

1. Improved fan control to use less CPU resource.
2. Improved text rendering quality, in settings dialog for example.
3. When changing clock, AMD PowerTune setting is not reset to 0 as in previous versions.
4. Add GPU overvolting support on SAPPHIRE HD6950 and HD6970. Please refer to TriXX product support table.
5. Add hardware monitor gadget.
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