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Overclocking the Sapphire HD 5670 1GB Video Card - Benchmarks - BattleForge

We've heard whispers that the HD 5670 has a bit of overclocking headroom. Today we take the time to find out for ourselves.

| AMD Radeon GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Jan 26, 2010 4:01 am
Manufacturer: Sapphire

BattleForge

 

Version and / or Patch Used: Auto Patched at Load
Timedemo or Level Used: Built-in Test
Developer Homepage: http://www.ea.com
Product Homepage: http://www.battleforge.com

 


 


The Gods have disappeared and the old sun has died, letting a vile twilight engulf the world of Nyn. In exchange for all treasures the mortals possessed, the evil giants agreed to forge a new sun and hurl it into the sky.

 

But the deal was betrayed, the treasure stolen and now the mortals flee the wrath of the giants. Under the light of a new sun the mortals stumble into a world changed and twisted by an age of twilight. The long journey home has become a conquest of survival.

 

Note: Supporting DirectX 11, we have separated the graphs for NVIDIA and ATI cards. While the numbers between the two brands can be compared, you have to make note that ATI based HD 5000 series cards are running DirectX 11.

 

DirectX 11 (ATI HD 5000 Series Only)

 

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BattleForge numbers aren't that great for any card and here's no different. Mind you, we do see that bump in performance thanks to the extra MHz on offer from the core and memory.

 

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