Could you please tell me the exact numbers for that Sapphire card?jojo4u wrote:HD 2600 XT (DDR3): 19-23/36-50 W (Sapphire is best)
Is it the Ultimate edition?
I'd say a benchmark or stress tool, like rthdribl or the ATITool artifact checker. Games tend to be processor bound in various circumstances, and the load tends to be uneven even if processor power isn't the issue.bexx wrote: The biggest issue left woudl be how do you get 'peak' 3d power draw? What game / benchmark / whatever?
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MB bios idle S3 Virge PCI 2 44 32 passive Matrox G450 DH AGP 48 34 passive Diamond/Nvidia Riva TNT AGP 16 51 36 passive Asus LP 7100 AGP 51 37 passive Asus 7100/Deluxe/Combo AGP 32 56 41 passive Asus 7700 AGP 32 57 44 fan Asus 9450TD AGP 66 50 fan
Looks to me like the new 4850. Power numbers barely lower, performance barely higher than 4850.bentan77 wrote:A new 4670?
Only seen one review so far but the power consumption looks very good.