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Sapphire Radeon HD 5830 Xtreme 1GB Graphics Card Review



/ 5 years ago

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There is a huge choice for a consumer when purchasing a graphics card, as it’s not always as clear cut of choosing between different GPU manufacturers, as you then have to pick the model, and after that, even pick the brand. This can sometimes take a few hours for the most experienced user but for most will sometime take weeks and by that time a new product has most likely leapt onto the market.

Now we believe that new isn’t always the best. Take a look at some of the old school cars on the market that are still prettier, more powerful and generally better built that some of the hybrid chunks of metal that we see but don’t necessarily hear.

Sometimes though something special comes out that revises the old school stallion and that’s exactly what Sapphire have done with the 5830 Xtreme. A card built from the success of the 5830 that consumers went wild for, with a much more current design and a lot nicer price tag whilst retaining all of the features that made the 5800 series popular in the first place.

Specifications

Output

  • 2 x Dual-Link DVI
  • 1 x HDMI
  • 1 x DisplayPort

GPU

  • 800 MHz Core Clock
  • 40 nm Chip
  • 1120 x Stream Processors

Memory

  • 1024 MB Size
  • 256 -bit GDDR5
  • 4000 MHz Effective

Software

  • Driver CD

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  • Ilenescu George

    This is a great car, I own it and I overclocked it with a 400W PSU (a 500W PSU is recommended by sapphire.. psh.. lol) My current clocks are: GPU: 964MHz Memory: 4792MHz it's a very good card, I recommend it!

  • aruffell

    Nice overclocked.I'm guessing you have the Xtreme version too with the revised PCB and cooler?

  • Ilenescu George

    Aruffell;22174 wrote: Nice overclocked.I'm guessing you have the Xtreme version too with the revised PCB and cooler?

    Yes, exactly, and it's very stable at high load.