Through MSI Afterburner overclocking software, the over-voltage function can highly boost the graphics card overclocking capability and provide extreme performance. From the result shown on hwbot.org: http://hwbot.org/compare.do?resultId=926281, GPU clock of MSI R5870-PM2D1G is 62.4% higher than standard ATI Radeon HD 5870. MSI Afterburner fully supports GPU/Shader/Memory clock adjustment of NVIDIA and ATI graphics cards. Moreover, users can easily change voltage and clock and customize fan speed to enjoy the pleasure of overclocking and high performance. Free to download MSI Afterburner and experience extraordinary overclocking potential on MSI graphics cards.For more information about Afteruburner, please visit:http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/For more information about MSI R5870-PM2D1G, please visit:http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=proddesc&maincat_no=130&prod_no=1908For more information about Deanzo’s overclocking report, please visit:http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/3038/kingpin_cooling_single_gpu_competition_with_ln2_by_deanzo/index3.html
It's time like these I realize how big a dork I am...
I would like to see some of this guy bios settings on all of his ocing history.Would be a very interestind read. Thats incrediable on a MSI or any board! Just makes me want to run out and get Radeon and a MSI just to play with, dont know about the LN2 but its all good!!!
Too bad that it's so hard to FIND these new ATI cards to buy.
It's a shame that ATI can't capitalize on the fact that their cards are so advanced and friggin' fast when they need to. NVIDIA is probably waiting in the wings, giggling and snickering at ATI's lack of production facilities/capabilities, and planning the introduction of something better that we will want instead.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
I think it's all the rush to buy that's causing the shortages. There are at least six associates that produce the cards, and I'm sure they're happy as pigs in mud that the retailers are lining up at their doors eager for anything coming out of the loading bays.
What I want to know is, though: These overclockers, what do they run at home? Probably a hot processor (975 I'd guess) and overclocked with the utmost in water cooling; but do they ever sit back, sigh, and mutter "This rig seems so pokey."
"I didn't cry when Bambi's mother was shot... but I cried when HAL was turned off."
1380 Core - good grief. I'll just take a 5870 at stock please. But I would like some LN too, just for fun.
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