Palit Radeon HD 3850 - own design

Posted on Thursday, Nov 15 2007 @ 19:36 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Palit unveiled its Radeon HD 3850 graphics card today. This card uses a different design than the reference card and features a cooler that products only 31.55dBA compared to the 43.65dBA of the reference design.

The card has a dual-slot design to exhaust the hot air out your case and will run a bit more than 3°C cooler than the reference 3850 card.

The core is clocked at 668MHz and there's 512MB of 1656MHz GDDR3 memory. The card also has a native HDMI-out.



Source: VR Zone


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