Club 3D HD7850 Royal Queen Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Club 3D HD7850 Royal Queen Review  

Introduction

One of the biggest pushes being made by the two big corporations, AMD and Intel, is the inclusion of Integrated Graphics Processing Units on their CPUs. We've looked at both available options in the past and found them to be okay, if not a replacement for a dedicated GPU.

nVidia have gone the expensive route, with even the GTX660Ti being £200. The cheapest AMD offering we've looked at so far was the HD7770 which struggled to be better than an integrated solution. Of course there are many people who want to do more than Peggle or Farmville, but still haven't got a lot of money to spend.

So if you're after a graphics card capable of playing some decent titles as well as the casual games, yet doesn't break the bank in either cost or power draw terms, is the Club 3D HD7850 Royal Queen the card for you?

Technical Specifications

There are three models to the Club 3D Poker Series, Queen, King and Ace. They are all identical except for the clock speed which ranges from 860MHz on the Queen to 1000MHz on the Ace. Although the Ace also has two fans to help keep things cool. But we're dealing with the Royal Queen today, the base model that comes as part of the Poker Series.

Model

Product Name: Radeon HD 7850 Royal Queen

Interface

Bus Interface: PCI Express 3.0

Chipset

GPU Chipset: Pitcairn Pro
GPU Clock: 860 MHz
Stream Processors: 1024

Multi-GPU

Multi-GPU: Dual CrossFire Ready

Memory

Memory Size: 1024MB
Memory Interface: 256 BIT
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Clock: 4800 MHz

Cooling

Cooling Type: Active Fansink, CoolStream High Performance Cooling Technology

TDP

Idle: 15W
Idle ZCP mode enabled: 3W
Maximum load: 130W

3D API

DirectX version: 11.1
OpenGL version: 4.2
OpenCL version: 1.2

Dimensions

Slot Width: 2 Slots
Profile: Standard profile
Card Size: 198*107*36 mm

Weight

Card Weight: 482 grams

Output Configuration

DVI: 1x Dual Link DVI-I
VGA: via Dongle
HDMI: 1x version 1.4a
DisplayPort: 1x version 1.2
HDCP ready: YES
RAMDAC: 400MHz
Maximum Resolution analog: 2048x1536 (via Dual-Link DVI to VGA adapter)
Maximum Resolution Single-Link DVI: 1920x1200
Maximum Resolution Dual-Link DVI: 2560x1600
Maximum Resolution HDMI 1.4a: 4096x3112
Maximum Resolution DP 1.2: 4096x2160
Maximum Outputs Simultaneously: 3 

In the package

Club 3D Radeon HD 7850 Royal Queen graphics card
Club 3D CrossFireX bridge interconnect cable
Club 3D Doorknob hanger
Driver & E-Manual CD
Quick install guide

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17-10-2012, 07:25:00

tinytomlogan
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At a bargain price can the Club 3D HD7850 provide gaming thrills? Read our review to find out.


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17-10-2012, 08:09:07

Stuen4y
Everything sounds great, but I cannot find the card for the stated price. The cheapest I can find it within UK is around 140 and this is for the 1GB version. I know it would be advertising if you mention the retailer but I do not think 130 is real. Yet.

17-10-2012, 10:16:34

VonBlade
The card was a 1GB, as stated on the box. The specifications are copied from the Club 3D website and I hadn't noticed they'd got it wrong.

So yes, this is the 1GB variant.
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