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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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    It's been a while since SLCentral has had a video card to review, but XFX have given us something to quench our thirst. Meet their FX5700 Ultra with DDR3 and dual digital output. This is the first dual digital output card that I have seen in a long while and while the FX5700 Ultra isn't known to be the fastest mid-range card, the dual digital output certainly gives it an advantage. Especially for someone who mainly uses their computer for work, but would also like the ability to play their favorite games at respectable frame rates.

    Specs from their site:
    128MB DDR3 (128-bit) memory
    GPU Frequency (MHz):475
    Graphics Core:256-bit
    Memory Interface:128MB DDR3 (128-bit)
    Effective Memory Clock Rate: 1GHz
    RAMDACs (MHz) (each have 2 RAMDAC): 400

    Monitor support:
    Dual DVI-Out digital output (for attaching LCD Monitors)
    DVI to VGA adapters included (for attaching analog CRT monitors)

    Display support:
    Dual DVI-Out for sharp LCD monitor output (DVI to VGA adapters included for use with analog CRT displays)
    Video in module provides connectivity to VCR/Camcorder to allow for video input and capture
    Video out Module enabling big-screen gaming, digital timeshifting VCR, and video-editing applications

    Warranty: 2 years

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    4. Overclocking
    5. Conclusions

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