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Old 06-26-2005, 03:35 PM   #1
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Default My new vid card...

Came on Wednesday and just finished benchmarking/overclocking it.
It's an Asus Extreme X800XL, 256 DDR3, pci-e.

As it's Asus, it comes with some great software, such as Asus smartdoctor which shows fan speed, temperature and voltage and allows smart cooling/overclocking as well as manual control.

With core speeds I got 10154 in 3D mark 03.
Overclocking is pretty rubbish, using Ati Tool I got 3d Mark up to 10574.

Best of all, the card glows blue when you start it up!!

My build: Gigabyte GA-P35-S3||Intel Dual Core E2160 @3.2ghz||2gb PC2 6400 Geil||Gainward 8800gt||Maxtor 160gb + 80gb HD||LG DVD/RW||Arctic Cooler 7 Pro||450w XPower PSU||3d Mark 06 = 10760
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Old 06-26-2005, 03:48 PM   #2
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