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    XFX FX5700 Ultra Video Card Review
    Author: Jakester
    Date Posted: June 18th, 2004
    SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: If you like to tinker with your hardware or are looking for a great dual digital output card with the ability to do some gaming, we highly suggest you pick up an FX5700 Ultra. But what if your into pure gaming? read on to find out in our official review.....

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    As yes, the conclusion. The performance of the 5700 Ultra was very neck and neck with the 9600XT- each had its own small victories over the other.  I was very pleased with the increase in clock speed of the already highly-clocked memory. As stated earlier, the DDR3 allows the card to use less juice than the old memory, making it a better choice over the old 5700 Ultra. It also allowed for better benchmarking speeds and results over the original 5700 Ultra. With that said, if you like to tinker with your hardware or are looking for a great dual digital output card with the ability to do some gaming, I highly suggest you pick one of these puppies up. Lets break it down..

    The Good

    • Good Performance
    • Slick looking cooler
    • Great for overclocking
    • Nice software bundle
    • Dual digital output
    • Affordable price

    The Bad

    • Not the best choice for pure gaming, better choice for a work station


    SLRating: 9.5 / 10

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    4. Overclocking
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