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Evildeus 05-25-04 02:28 AM

6800: 15 377 @ 540/625 on a 4 GHz
 
Not so bad, considering the 6800U does 12759 on the same PC @ default speed:
http://coolaler.nil.com.tw/images/6800up/15377_2.gif
More over here:
http://bbs.gzeasy.com/index.php?act=...0#entry2717521

ClosetFanBoy 05-25-04 03:27 AM

Re: 6800: 15 377 @ 540/625 on a 4 GHz
 
man. my chinese or whatever is non existent, any clue as to what cooling is used on the card?

Evildeus 05-25-04 03:43 AM

Re: 6800: 15 377 @ 540/625 on a 4 GHz
 
Icy water according to the board (and i don't speak chineese)
Picture(don't see the water cooler on the 6800U)

JoKeRr 05-25-04 01:16 PM

Re: 6800: 15 377 @ 540/625 on a 4 GHz
 
it used DRY ICE, i know Chinese very well, only dry ice will give u 0 degree celcius:shttp://www.gzeasy.com/newsphoto/y2k4/05/25/coolal2.gif moking2:

JoKeRr 05-25-04 01:19 PM

Re: 6800: 15 377 @ 540/625 on a 4 GHz
 
It also says in here:

http://www.gzeasy.com/itnewsdetail.asp?nID=15251

neomoz 05-26-04 02:09 AM

Re: 6800: 15 377 @ 540/625 on a 4 GHz
 
nice to see the chip still scales linearly with clock speed increase even though memory speed hasn't really been improved all that much.

JoKeRr 05-27-04 12:20 AM

Re: 6800: 15 377 @ 540/625 on a 4 GHz
 
they should bench it with a 4.3Ghz P4EE

oldsk00l 05-28-04 10:25 PM

Re: 6800: 15 377 @ 540/625 on a 4 GHz
 
too bad they didn't utilize an ultra high end opteron setup

Evildeus 06-02-04 12:25 PM

Re: 6800: 15 377 @ 540/625 on a 4 GHz
 
Well, now 16732, i wonder which one will go higher than 17k first.
http://www.vrforums.com/showthread.php?threadid=14516


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