Club 3D HD7850 Royal Queen Review

3D Mark

Club 3D HD7850 Royal Queen Review

3D Mark Vantage

At stock you can feel that the Royal Queen is a little short of breath, sliding in between the HD7770 and HD7870. The overclock though really helps the card to shine and brings it up to the performance of the GTX570 and/or HD7870. A nice start.


3D Mark 11

Again the stock result is right where you'd expect it to be given its place in the AMD range, but we can bring out a lot of extra performance with a simple overclock and the card is close to the GTX570 and only a bit behind the HD7870. It's certainly a massive step better than a HD7770.


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Most Recent Comments

17-10-2012, 08:09:07

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.Quote

17-10-2012, 10:16:34

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.Quote

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