Club 3D ATI Radeon HD3800 series

"The Club 3D HD3800 series delivers a new experience of HD with your workstation or entertainment PC. Enjoy your games with incredbile performance and the best image quality achievable."

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Next generation HD Gaming, HD Video beyond 1080p and Break-Through Efficiency

The Club 3D HD3800 series delivers a new experience of HD with your workstation or entertainment PC. Enjoy your games with incredbile performance and the best image quality achievable. Be prepared for upcoming games with Microsoft Direct X® 10.1 delivering stunning 3D graphics and shading effects. Use the new PCI-Express® 2.0 for faster throughput and thanks to ATI CrossFireX™ for the easy plug-and-play upgradeability. The Unified Video Decoder offers smooth playback with your Blu-ray and HD DVD movies at full 1080p without taxing your CPU. Get the ultimate in image quality and watch your content with resolutions upscaled beyond 1080p.
The ATI PowerPlay™ technology reduces power consumption at idle or during low-usage and provides you with the power and maximum performance when you need it. These new break-through efficiency will save your money and serves the demand for intelligent modern graphic cards.


Key features
* ATI Avivo™ HD video and display architecture
* Unified Video Decoder (UVD) for Blu-ray™ and HD DVD
* Built-in HDMI and 5.1 surround audio
* Support for DirectX® 10.1 / Shader Model 4.1
* ATI CrossFireX™ multi-GPU Support
* PCI-Express® 2.0 support

Operating Systems
* Built for Microsoft Windows Vista
* Windows XP/Windows XP 64

2x Dual Link DVI
High Quality display outputs to drive two LCD panels with resolutions up to 2560x1600 full digital with new Dual Link DVI technology. Two high speed 400MHz RAMDAC’s to create ultra sharp images on CRT monitors up to 2048x1536 at 85Hz. An intelligent driver to create any resolution below. Full dual monitor support for analogue and digital displays.

Intelligent Cooling
For optimal reliability, lifespan and ergonomics, Club 3D implements an intelligent cooling system, that measures temperature to calculate the right fan speed. This will lower the fanspeed when not running 3D applications.
 
Club 3D HD3800

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12-11-2007, 17:19:27

LiViNgL@RgE

Davey- have you realised you have benched at more than 100% RAM OC? :D

I picked up a set this evening as well :D THATS how envious I am :D



Nice one mate i'm sure you wont be dissapointed with your purchase :D

No I didn't realise it was over 100% overclock talk about value for money :p

[IMG]http://www.livinglarge.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/images/650-32m%205-5-4%202.45v.JPG[/IMG]

I think this set is good enough for benching with :p

Gonna hook up my phase & hope it works!!! Going for 520 x 9 with 4:5 divider so 650Mhz 32Mb runs as I think my CPU will be FSB wall limited!!!

12-11-2007, 19:35:22

K404
Please can ya try 520MHz 4-4-3 as well if you have a chance? ;)

13-11-2007, 07:57:35

LiViNgL@RgE
Well setup up my modded mach last night & it is officially borked! I can barely hold a load of a E6850 @ stock with 1.25V:O ! So I need it repaired!

Sad thing is I only used it twice since getting it modded!!!! :@

15-11-2007, 17:14:28

K404
Some Crucial PC5300 clocking of my own:

SPi 1M @ 675.3MHz:

[IMG]http://img265.imageshack.us/img265/3175/675mhz1mpa0.jpg[/IMG]

SPi 32M @ 652.7MHz:

[IMG]http://img105.imageshack.us/img105/9199/652mhz32myf7.jpg[/IMG]

2.47/2.52V

More to think i hope :)

RAM is Crucial Ballistix PC5300 3-3-3

15-11-2007, 17:33:55

llwyd
Very nice mate

What you use to keep that cool?

15-11-2007, 17:38:22

ionicle
woah, thats one sweet overclock!

15-11-2007, 17:40:30

K404

15-11-2007, 19:18:47

Mr. Smith
100% OC on ram is phenomenal!

I can't get under 12.23... Any tips?

This was a previous attempt.

15-11-2007, 19:23:51

K404
Hey. Cheers!

Do you have a note of your sub-timings for that run?

If you're willing to jack up the RAM voltage, you might be able to tighten your timings to 4-4-4

The other option (if your CPU and board will allow) is to drop the multi and up the FSB. (517x8) on a 5:6 ratio (if the RAM will allow it: 621MHz)

31-01-2008, 09:46:05

SGH
That's right:)
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