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Asus EAH3650 OC graphics card unveiled

Posted on Wednesday, January 23 2008 @ 18:50:41 CET by

Asus released a couple of new graphics cards, including an overclocked Radeon HD 3650 model.
Amazing 10% Performance Upgrade
With the EAH3650 TOP, gamers can expect core and memory clock performance boosts from 725MHz up to 800MHz, and from 800MHz up to 900MHz respectively. Such cutting-edge performance upgrades help raise the EAH3650 TOP’s 3DMark06 score from 4889 to 5382 – an amazing 10% improvement in speed when compared to any other reference designed board. Gamers can now feel the rush of superb gaming performance only with the ASUS EAH3650 TOP/HTDI/256M.

12ºC Cooler with Exclusive Glaciator Fansink
The ASUS EAH3650 Series utilizes the new specially designed Glaciator Fansink that effectively dissipates heat away from the graphics card. Much like a glacial storm, the Glaciator Fansink can quickly transfer heat away from the GPU and lower the temperature by a whopping 12ºC in comparison to reference design fansinks**. On top of this unprecedented cooling capacity, the Glaciator Fansink is also very quiet with operating levels of only 25dB – almost unperceivable in a quiet room; and catering to users who require maximum cooling without excessive fan rotation noise.



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