PowerColor HD6990 LCS Review

Medal Of Honor and PC Mark 7

PowerColor HD6990 LCS Review

Medal Of Honor

Similar to Black Ops, MoH really doesn't have the oomph to stress these cards thanks to their console roots. It's worth noting how much of a huge boost the overclock gives to the minimum frame-rate. A playing experience as smooth as butter.

PC Mark 7

Just in case any of you wondered what this kind of combination of high-end parts would give in general performance terms, here is the PC Mark 7 result for the system as a whole. Start saving those pennies.

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11-07-2011, 08:55:36

tinytomlogan
The first of the Shadow H2O series of reviews is the Powercolor 6990 LCS - can the waterblock be the answer to our ears prayers?



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11-07-2011, 10:47:36

Rastalovich
I'd just like to add that h20 added expense to one side, graphic cards with water blocks on them look very sexeh !

(Results in the oc3d reviews are still troubling me, especially when you look at same cards with better settings, where, to be fair, they really can't be slower.)

Ultra damn fast fps for sure. No quality and physx for me tho.

I actually thought it would be more expensive.

11-07-2011, 12:21:30

Zeals
First off, nice review as always. Do love how the card has a full cover waterblock =D.

Personally I think any card that comes with a waterblock by default should have some sort of voltage tweaking so you can better exploit the extra cooling potential.

Also on the side note:

Call of Duty - Black Ops

If you're a fan of the Infinity Ward shooter then you have nothing to worry about here, or to be honest with any card. WTF

11-07-2011, 13:56:11

badtaylorx
dang....nice card....ill give ya my 2x 6970 dcii's and a blue 460 for it?????.....no......didn't think so......cant blame me for tryin tho

12-07-2011, 04:38:16

murphy7801
I think I will be sticking with me pair of asus direct cuII gtx 580's.

16-07-2011, 18:21:41

integratable
That electrical noise sound's so annoying I just don't get it, why amd let this noise pass through their testing ?.. Why are they so damn lazy ?.. What the crap ?..
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