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XFX Radeon HD 5850 Black Edition Video Review - XFX Radeon HD 5850 Black Edition Video Review
Thu, December 10 2009 | 12:54AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The card sells online for $359.99 which is a $20 markup from the reference card. The Black Edition is $50 less than the least expensive 5870, but offers excellent performance for the 5850 series of cards. The only drawback to the entire new ATI lineup is ATI cannot get the cards to the market fast enough to keep up with demand as Newegg and other e-tailors sell out the cards faster than they can put them on the shelve. XFX has taken the 5850 above the reference clock speed and came up with an excellent card in their Black Edition version.
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 In-Win Dragon Slayer @ LanOC Reviews - In-Win Dragon Slayer @ LanOC Reviews
Wed, August 18 2010 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Tired of carrying your massive desktop computer to LAN parties? Our editor, Garfi3ld, must have been when he got his "lunchbox" Shuttle computer. It's pretty fast, but some compromises have to be made to get everything in such a small space. Most noticeably, the graphics card. While a Radeon 5770 fits, I doubt anything bigger and faster will. For some, this isn't a compromise they're willing to make. This is where the In-Win Dragon Slayer comes in. Although it is bigger than a Shuttle, a large high-end graphics cards will fit in it. Plus, you'll make it to the lan without breaking you back.
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