ASUS' EAH6950 & ENGTX570 DirectCU II, twins with different parents
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 18, 2011 - 01:24 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: nvidia, gpu, asus, amd
ASUS has released two new cards with their DirectCU II custom cooling solution and accompanying overclock. The are very different as one is a NVIDIA GTX570 and the other an AMD HD6950. [H]ard|OCP was less than impressed with the out of the box overclock of 10MHz on the GPU and simply reference speeds for the GDDR5, so they overclocked the cards to speeds much higher.
"ASUS has released two enthusiast friendly overclocking video cards: the EAH6950 DirectCU II and the ENGTX570 DirectCU II. The question is which one is better, and does overclocking these change the victor. We test each out of the box and overclocked in Lost Planet 2, F1 2010, Civilization V, and Battlefield Bad Company 2."
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