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    Today the Sapphire's Radeon 5870 Vapor-X accomplishes a very unique feat among graphics cards of top performance, low temperatures, low noise, and good value for your money. Very rare indeed. Let's jump right in, examine the Sapphire 5870 Vapor-X in great detail and see just how far it can push the envelope toward attempting to become the new graphics performance king.



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    Great review Sky! The power of the 5870 just chews up the entire competition
    Perhaps we need some high end cards like 4870x2 or GTX295 for a more balanced review? felt it was kinda lob-sided ... Just my thought

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    +1 on what bully said but also those temps readings on idle are quite high. My 4890 idles @ 40 degrees and its on air as well. But i do have the ASUS two fan version of it but still those idle temps do look high. Maybe you could provide ambient temps as you were testing them on bench.

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    Excellent review, Excellent card !

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    Great review Sky! That card really chews up the competition! I think that ATI/AMD definitely have their shot at the performance crown now!

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    Unfortunately I no longer have the GTX 295 or 4870X2 here, and updating those for the new benchmark/game suite is impossible. My apologies guys, but I do understand what you're saying. I have an ASUS GTX 285 Matrix review coming soon, it's the fastest single-GPU Nvidia card on the market, so that will make things a bit more interesting.

    As for temperatures, why do you think the idle is high Geralt? It has almost twice the horsepower of a 4890 but runs cooler. That seems pretty darn impressive to me. Thoughts?

    Oh and 2 things on a side note:

    1. We have 2 more 5870 cards coming up for review, I may end up having some sort of roundup comparison later, still chewing on how to go about that.

    2. Along that line, I'll be dropping 3 - 5870's in Crossfire on an i7 920 @ 4.5 GHz. Prepare to be amazed!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Unfortunately I no longer have the GTX 295 or 4870X2 here, and updating those for the new benchmark/game suite is impossible. My apologies guys, but I do understand what you're saying. I have an ASUS GTX 285 Matrix review coming soon, it's the fastest single-GPU Nvidia card on the market, so that will make things a bit more interesting.

    As for temperatures, why do you think the idle is high Geralt? It has almost twice the horsepower of a 4890 but runs cooler. That seems pretty darn impressive to me. Thoughts?

    Oh and 2 things on a side note:

    1. We have 2 more 5870 cards coming up for review, I may end up having some sort of roundup comparison later, still chewing on how to go about that.

    2. Along that line, I'll be dropping 3 - 5870's in Crossfire on an i7 920 @ 4.5 GHz. Prepare to be amazed!!!
    Oh man! I can't wait to see the framerates for ARMA 2 on that one

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    We'll see, ARMA 2 is not well optimized for Crossfire at this point.

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    Yeah maybe, but it's still going to be really really good! Can we hope for playable framerates at 1920?

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    Skyguy; do you have Asus HD5870?
    I'm sure this card will kick Vapor-X butt because this card is voltage modable. You can crank this card up to 900Mhz (core) with stock cooling and still have blenty of room left and if you watercooled it then you might reach 1000Mhz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    As for temperatures, why do you think the idle is high Geralt? It has almost twice the horsepower of a 4890 but runs cooler. That seems pretty darn impressive to me. Thoughts?

    Sorry i havent specified my thought. I meant all the 48XX series are running quite toasy on idle, thats what kinda amazed me:

    all of them are above 60 on ilde. The 5870 temps do look impresive but i dont think 48XX cards are running that hot tho

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    [quote=Deton;35547]Skyguy; do you have Asus HD5870?

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    Yes he does, I shipped it out last week, and he received it yesterday.

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    Great review Jake!

    Just a thought here, if we dare theorize one thing...
    Does anyone think that there would be any adverse effects for cooling if the card was seated either vertically or upright?



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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    With a video card sitting vrtically in a machine the cooling is greatly improved as long as there is air pushing from the bottom of the chassis and vented out the top.
    I agree with that smduff - since this card has water inside, I was thinking that changing the orientation of the card may impeded its path, but looking at it again, since it's wicked i guess it wouldn't really matter. !nevermind
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    Geralt, I see what you mean. I think the 4890 result is incorrect, it should be 55C idle. I'll get that fixed, sorry about that gents. Great catch there Geralt!

    Deton, I'm working on the ASUS EAH5870 Voltage-Tweak card as I type this. Stock settings for now, I'll get to overclocking this weekend. I have no doubt it will beat the Vapor-X but I can assure you it will get MUCH hotter though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esso View Post
    Just a thought here, if we dare theorize one thing...
    Does anyone think that there would be any adverse effects for cooling if the card was seated either vertically or upright?
    Just caught a cool article on FrostyTech abouthHeatpipe wick structures and noticed that certain heat pipes ARE affected by orientation. Probably not this particular one, but it was an interesting read.

    http://www.frostytech.com/articlevie...articleID=2466

    Grooved Wick Type Heatpipe - Capillary action is effected by the grooves on the inside of the heatpipe. Depending on the shape of the grooves, there is a difference in performance. Manufacturing costs are low with this type of heatpipe because the grooves are easier to make, however the technique is much more susceptible to gravity and can be orientation specific in use. In general, Thermolab state that vertical orientation is best.

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