Powercolor X1900XT 512mb

Overclocking Results


To overclocking this card I used the ATI Catalyst Control Centre "overdrive" facility. I achieved a very reasonable overclock on stock volts just using the ATI software. I tested this using 3DMark06 for stability.

Here are the results:

powercolor x1900xt

This produced an improved 3DMark06 score. I have briefly run through a few games and this certainly improves the FPS a little in some of them, but the settings remain the same as most are at the very top.

powercolor x1900xt

This represents amazing value moving past the clocks of the X1900XTX. With a little added voltage or perhaps a BIOS flash to an XTX. People have been known to get some amazing overclocking results with just a little extra voltage.
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Most Recent Comments

14-06-2006, 19:23:28

I take a look at Powercolor's top-end card and put it through its paces

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14-06-2006, 19:30:19

Nice review. Good pix & benches too, Kempez Very thorough. You should use that card, hehe..your GTX get's smacked around by both cards lol, it's depressing (for you at least).Quote

14-06-2006, 19:34:31

Nah not depressed.

3 reasons:

1: nVidia's drivers are better

2: My GTX doesn't sound like its about to take off

3: I know I'll change my card when DX10 cards come out

Nice card thoQuote

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