Reviews and Problems with Asus EAH6850 DC/2DIS/1GD5/V2
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27 April 2012
Summary: It's great! i bought it to upgrade from a hd 4850 and i can run practically any game on high. I'm running swtor on high and runs great. I got the free 2 week shipping option to save some money and I actually received it in a week instead of 2 weeks. highly recommended.
Summary: WEI score= 7.7 Plays Crisis smoothly on Ultra high 1680X1050. Card stays quiet at idle and is very reasonable under full load. Upgraded from a 2600XT and it really is more powerful than I was expecting. I would recommend this card to any level of gamer.
Summary: First time i have used a radeon. I have always used nvidea for years now. I am very impressed I beta tested Star Wars the Old Republic and ran it fine on high settings. This is the best bang for your buck and Asus just makes it that much better.
Summary: I wasn't quite sure what to expect with this card, my last higher end card was an nVidia 7900GS which I bought 5 years ago and was replacing. When I opened the box I was a little worried because this card is about 4 times the size of a 7900GS, it's almost twice as long (it's as long as my mATX...
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.
Summary: I bought this card because it has a good chipset (Radeon 6850), and it was about $40 cheaper than the next level of chips. I have been using it for over a month and it is doing well. The windows performance index is 7.6. It is quiet and runs cool (I do not overclock).
Summary: The ASUS EAH6850 DC/2DIS/1GD5/V2 AMD Radeon performs magnificently in an Intel i7 system. It rates as high as 7.8 on the Windows Experience Index scale where 7.9 is the highest. The card is big and requires 2 6-pin PCI-E power connectors.
Summary: Opted to buy this rather than the new HD7770 because it costs less and outperforms that new cards by a small but not insignificant margin. I'll be using it in a custom built HTPC. Nice thing about it is that it have any connection you could need.
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: great video card its huge and i thought it wasn't gonna fit into my mid tower case so i was scared but all i had to do is move my hard drive down 1 so i am going to buy a new case for my stuff cuz its packed with wires so i am buying a new case and it will be bigger so it will fit into my case...