Club 3D HD3800 Overclocked Edition Series

"Club 3D extends the line up of the HD3800 series with two new graphic cards based on the RV670 chipset."

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Club 3D HD3800 Overclocked Edition Series
 
The Club 3D HD3870 Overclocked Edition and the Club 3D HD3850 Overclocked Edition deliver a new experience of HD with your workstation or entertainment PC with higher clock speeds and a high performance cooling solution.

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.
 
Keyfeatures
  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.

High Performance Radial Heatpipe Cooling
For optimal reliability, stable overclock, lifespan and ergonomics, Club 3D implemented a radial heatpipe Cooling system, that keeps the temperature at the lowest levels during the most demanding applications.


HD3800 Overclocked Editon Series




CLUB 3D HD3870 Overclocked CLUB 3D HD3850 Overclocked
Ordercode CGAX-3872DDO CGAX-3852DDO
GPU ATI RV670 ATI RV670
GPU Speed 800 MHz 720 MHz
Memory Type 512 MB GDDR4 512 MB GDDR3
Memory Speed 2340 MHz 1800 MHz
Memory Bandwidth 256-Bit 256-Bit
Stream Processors 320 320
API Support DirectX® 10.1 DirectX® 10.1
Shader Model 4.1 4.1
Max. Resolution 2560 X 1600 2560 X 1600
Dual Link DVI Out 2x 2x
VGA Out DVI to VGA Adapter DVI to VGA Adapter
HDTV Out Yes Yes
Video Out 1x 1x
HDCP Support Yes Yes
PDF datasheet Link Link
Website Link Link
High-res Image Link Link

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16-12-2007, 13:58:07

Toxcity
The only problem I can see is will your OS support all the RAM? :)

16-12-2007, 15:54:49

Hatman
Atm it wont however this ram is for going to Vista64 premium. As soon as I get my raid card im nstalling it not atm due to rubbish 680i LT raid.

DX10 uselessness :worship:

Yep im quite ok with setting it to lowest timings it was either this or just use the 2x2gb ones anyway, so yep im quite happy with this turn out :D

I think it would be quite possible to get it down to better timings anyway, 5-5-5-18 is pretty low should go down quite a bit IMO. 2.2volt goodness.





Thanks guys! *happy*

16-12-2007, 16:08:27

ionicle
check how much memory your motherboard can suport...

16-12-2007, 18:54:03

llwyd

check how much memory your motherboard can suport...



when did you last see a c2d capable motherboard that didnt support 8gb+ lol

16-12-2007, 20:19:22

Memnok

Think most mobos will allow that. Most will let u do it with different brands too, just aslong as the quantities are the same.

U just usually lose the critical timing claims.



I was reading the users guide to the Gigabyte X38-DQ6 and found this:

When memory modules of different capacity and chips are installed, a message which says memory is operating in Flex Memory Mode will appear during the POST. IntelĀ® Flex Memory Technology offers greater flexibility to upgrade by allowing different memory sizes to be populated and remain in Dual Channel mode/performance.



Maybe this only works for the new X38's though.

17-12-2007, 06:15:34

Rastalovich
Unless this is something brand spanking new, it`s previously been that in order to have dual access to 2 mem strips, they would need to be the same size.

Emphasis being, if u had a 256m and 512m strip in paired slots, trying to access something at about the 384m point on both isn`t going to happen.

Gotta be something new`n`clever :) Wonder if all X38 chipsets do that. Nice find :)

17-12-2007, 13:46:38

Allargando

when did you last see a c2d capable motherboard that didnt support 8gb+ lol



http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157115
ASRock does some crazy stuff

17-12-2007, 13:55:45

llwyd

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157115
ASRock does some crazy stuff



yea but thats a cross compatible board

I shall rephrase and say 'decent c2d capable boards', plus hes running a 680i board which does 8 to 32gb i think

17-12-2007, 17:30:21

Hatman
8GB is supposedly the amount a 680i can support, from what I have heard.


IT will probably be a bit higher but 6gb definatly wont brake w/e limit it has anyway.

17-12-2007, 17:55:14

llwyd

8GB is supposedly the amount a 680i can support, from what I have heard.


IT will probably be a bit higher but 6gb definatly wont brake w/e limit it has anyway.



Think the IN9 32X-MAX does 32gb but dont quote me lol
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