Reviews and Problems with VisionTek Radeon HD 6850
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Mr. G., Newegg
5 October 2015
Pros: None - it was DOA
Cons: Came with a Dell I bought that was new in box but had sat for a couple years unused as surplus. The vid card was the reason I bought the PC so finding it was DOA did not make me happy. Live and learn. Will never buy a VTek card.
Pros: This card if tweaked right has lastest me for YEARS! I have been playing games on this bad boy for so long and it still is playing recent games to this day on Great settings and Frame rates are good too. 5 years and this card is my backup card still. No issues never overheating and still works gr...
Summary: I can play all my games maxed out with this card and it only requires a 400 watt power supply. The cooling is very good as well, the temps never go above 75c during the summer with the fan speed at 70% (GPU at full load and my room is very hot during the summer).
Summary: plays games such as; Skyrim, WoW, BF3, Dirt 3, Need for Speed SHIFT, Killing Floor, and Dead Island at MAX SETTINGS! Skyrim runs ULTRA with x8 antialiasing and x16 anisotropic filtering @ 30-35fps. This card makes all of your games very playable.
Pros: The VisionTek Radeon HD 6850 1GB is an amazing card! It hasn't let me down in roughly 3 weeks of continuous everyday gaming. Pros- Sturdy runs cool quiet fits in case with ease
Pros: Very high quality monitor for the price, big time gamer right here and so far great on every game i've played! (SC2, sims, other misc games) anyone who wants big bang for their buck this is the monitor for them, and if have a decent graphics card to go with it the experience will be that much bet...
Cons: only con ive had so far is this thing is huge, make room for it in ur case before just sticking in there. also using hdmi it won't fit ur whole screen, this is for all monitors not just this one i believe. easy fix just go to ur graphics card settings and enable scaling to fit the screen, ez fix.
Summary: Gigabyte p35 mobo,4gig Ballistix,e4600 core2 duo,500watt Raidmax.My system is 3 years old now but with this card it only feels like 2,lol.Now I can wait a lil longer to build my next sytem till the i-7's get cheaper although I might go back to AMD.
Pros: Visiontek seems to always make a very reliable and stable card.I had a 4850 and ran it hard for 3 years without ever a hiccup.It's in my friends system now.I know they cost a lil more but with the lifetime warranty it's worth it for piece of mind.Now what everyone wants to know,how much better is...