Club 3D HD7850 Royal Queen Review

Unigine 8xAA

Club 3D HD7850 Royal Queen Review

Unigine 8xAA

As we've said often in this review, if you played at settings more in keeping with the cost of the card, you'd get a big improvement in performance. The difference between anti-aliasing on or off in Unigine Heaven is worth the thick end of 20 FPS.

 

 

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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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