- Feb 21, 2005
- 88 (0.02/day)
|System Name||5870 Xtreme Xfire System SpeC|
|Processor||Intel I7 920 @ 4.2 HT|
|Motherboard||Biostar Tpower X58|
|Cooling||Thermal Right Extreme 120 - Push Pull Config|
|Memory||3x2 Ocz Blades 18.104.22.168|
|Video Card(s)||2x Sapphire 5870 Xfire @1000/1300 | PhysX 8800GTS|
|Storage||1TB Samsung F3 32 + 1TB Samsung F1 32 + 3x Misc HDD`s|
|Display(s)||24" Nec Multisync 24WMGX3 LCD|
|Case||Coolmaster Staker Monster Case Custom|
|Audio Device(s)||XFI Azuntech Prelude 7.1 HD|
|Power Supply||PC Power & Cooling 910w Monster Single Rail 75a Killer|
|Software||Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64|
|Benchmark Scores||Vantage, 31k With PhysX|
Though dam these cards are HOT.
and it doesn't help when there is like 3mm of space between the things how the hell is air ment to get into them, how could ATI release cards with no holes in the back like they did for the 5970 to get air...
apart from that these cards in XF are wicked sick pieces of hardware.
FAST AS HELL
even though the flashes went perfect and no errors in the games i have tryed
DRAGONS AGE ORIGINS II
im wishing that i just flashed my original bios, i have been hearing of nightmares about people frying there memory cause the 6970 cards are ment to have tighter timings and more voltage and better memory chips, could be a problem though i dont want to take the risk should i flash back to shader unlocked versions only ?