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|20th February 2008, 10:10||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
MSI Radeon HD 3870 512MB OC
After looking at the new 9600GT just the other day, it became clear to us that the HD 3870 really does still have some life in it. Itís not dying off anytime soon thanks to the aggressive pricing that has been implemented recently.
It did get us thinking though; with an MSI HD 3870 OC sitting around doing nothing, it was time to see what would happen when we put overclocked part up against overclocked part. Itís really going to come down to how well the HD 3870 is able to make use of the increased clock speeds that MSI have offered.
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