Monday, February 22nd 2010

Club 3D Announces New Radeon HD 5800 Overclocked Edition Graphics Cards

Club 3D B.V. today announced factory overclocked Radeon HD 5800 series. Club 3D’s latest offer out of the award winning Radeon HD 5000 graphics cards series, the Radeon HD 5800 Overclocked Edition raises the performance bar into new dimensions.

Prepare to experience a riveting high-definition gaming experience with factory overclocked Club 3D Radeon HD 5800 graphics cards. Expand your visual real estate across up to three displays and get lost in the action with revolutionary ATI Eyefinity Technology. Using ATI Stream technology, accelerate even the most demanding applications and do more than ever with your PC. The first to deliver full support for Microsoft DirectX 11, The Club 3D Radeon HD 5800 graphics cards enables realistic and explosive HD gaming.
Club 3D Radeon HD 5870 Overclocked Edtion is available with 1024MB ultra fast GDDR5 memory and clocked with 875MHz core speed and 4900MHz memory speed and use 1600 stream processors, while Club 3D Radeon HD 5850 Overclocked Edition uses 760MHz core speed and 4200MHz memory speed GDDR5 technology with 1440 stream processors.

Club 3D Radeon HD 5800 Overclocked Edition is equipped with a 4-Heatpipe custom cooling design and customers can expect an ultra quiet 90mm fan with low fan speed in idle mode and 10% lower temperatures in demanding applications or games compared to standard reference design.

Both versions are bundled with Colin McRae: DiRT 2 racing game to immediately take advantage of DirectX 11 features that add never seen before realism to the racing environment.

Price and availability
Club 3D Radeon HD 5870 Overclocked Edtion has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of USD 594,00 /439,00 Euro and Club 3D HD 5850 Overclocked Edition is available for USD 445 / 329 Euro.
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2 Comments on Club 3D Announces New Radeon HD 5800 Overclocked Edition Graphics Cards

I like the design but the overclocks on both cards are shit as usual!:laugh:
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Good design. I've been saying for years they should "oversize" a heatsink and cooler. It is quite fine to break the height restrictions on a high end card, since they will NEVER be installed in a small form factor / slimline case.

But there is still room for improvement. If they exceed the height due to the heatpipes, they could easily extend the cooler fins too for better cooling performance
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