Reviews and Problems with Asus EAH6850 DC/2DIS/1GD5/V2
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D. Coral, Amazon
3 September 2014
Summary: Recent 2013/14 AMD Catalyst drivers have been unstable with this card. The latest "stable" release causes Flash video to go blank. So I tried the pre-release Beta/RC drivers which fixed the blank video, but results in an intermittent blue screen crash in atikdmag.sys.
Summary: This graphics card worked great when I installed on Windows 7. The upgrade advisor (Microsoft) stated it is completely compatible with Window 8, no upgrade needed. Problem is, that as soon as I installed Windows 8, the drivers won't work.
Summary: When I saw the size, I was a little worried because my case is very small and condensed. All 3 slots were free though, and this card takes up space for 2 slots. After moving all wires out of the way of the PCI slot, I inserted the card.
Summary: I have bought Asus products before and had no issues, until my graphics card died. I purchased this one as a gift after I bought myself a other one. The other one was newer. A newer model and died out in less then a year.
Summary: I think this is the best video card for the price right now. It will probably change in a couple of months but the performance once overclocked rivals video cards much more expensive. This thing runs really stable as well. 5 stars.
Summary: I could have gone with something faster or better than this graphics card but I'm happy with this one. It's more than enough to handle all my games that I play and whatever I want it to do ; well I'm actually playing Battlefield 3 on 1080p with everything on ultra and I'm at 32 to 45 FPS.
Summary: i put this in the system that i just built along with an asrock 970 extreme 3, AMD FX-8120 and 16gb of AMD 1600 MHz RAM(which is yet to be delivered). i did, however, put this in my existing system (prebuilt HP P6610F) with an athlon ii x4, 4 gb of samsung ram, 250w psu......
Summary: I purchased this specific brand's HD 6850 with good reason: I wanted a solid CrossfireX system that didn't require four or more case fans to keep the main card's temperature hovering around 80 degrees Celsius. At my time of purchase (June 7th, 2012), this card cost me $149.99.