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Gigabyte hd 5850?

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by MustangGT2142, Apr 26, 2010.

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    MustangGT2142 New Member

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    So I'm going to buy a hd 5850 and I would like to know if a Gigabyte is any good, are there any issues with this brand? Will I be able to increase the voltage for higher overclocking?

    The card is this one on the picture, this is the reference one right?
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    Looks like a reference cooler with a sticker on it like asus does so you SHOULD be able to increase the voltage
     
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    That is a reference card, and the Gigabyte brand is very reputable.
     
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    That card looks sweet!
     
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    gigabyte is a nice brand i am going to bay my next card from it
    right
     
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    thanks for the answers guys, will be getting this card next week along with samsung t260hd monitor
     

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