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Thursday, January 03, 2008
Club3D HD3850

3. Club3D HD3850

The Club 3D HD3800 series delivers a new experience of HD with your workstation or entertainment PC. Enjoy your games with incredible performance and the best image quality achievable. Be prepared for upcoming games with Microsoft Direct X® 10.1 delivering stunning 3D graphics and shading effects. Use the new PCI-Express® 2.0 for faster throughput and thanks to ATI CrossFireX™ for the easy plug-and-play upgradability. The Unified Video Decoder offers smooth playback with your Blu-ray and HD DVD movies at full 1080p without taxing your CPU. Get the ultimate in image quality and watch your content with resolutions upscaled beyond 1080p.

The ATI PowerPlay™ technology reduces power consumption at idle or during low-usage and provides you with the power and maximum performance when you need it. These new break-through efficiencies will save you money and serve the demand for intelligent modern graphic cards.

Key features

* ATI Avivo™ HD video and display architecture
* Unified Video Decoder (UVD) for Blu-ray™ and HD DVD
* Built-in HDMI and 5.1 surround audio
* Support for DirectX® 10.1 / Shader Model 4.1
* ATI CrossFireX™ multi-GPU Support
* PCI-Express® 2.0 support

The Club3D HD3850 costs around €145~155, depending on the e-shop and local VAT. The retail package is compact:

The retail box opened...

The Club3D HD3850 includes two CD-ROMs with software/drivers, printed manuals and of course the various connectors: D-Sub15 and DVI-HDMI. Of course, a Crossfire adapter is needed if you want to add a second HD3850 card.

The Club3D HD3850 is a single slot card of relatively small dimensions. The graphics card is 23cm in length so it might still pose problems in crammed cases.

There are two Crossfire connectors in order to accommodate a Quad Crossfire setup.

You need a 6-pin power supply feed to power this graphics card.

After installing the graphics card, we can get more details about its main features and specifications. The GPU core runs at 669MHz, while the memory at 829MHz.

All tests performed with ATI Catalyst 7.11 drivers

- Full specification

Order code
GPU Speed
668 MHz
Memory Type
256 MB GDDR3
Memory Speed
1656 MHz
Memory Bandwidth
Stream Processors
API Support
DirectX® 10.1
Shader Model
Max. Resolution
2560 X 1600
Dual Link DVI Out
DVI to VGA Adapter
Video Out
HDCP Support
Bundled Equipment
S-Video & HDTV Cables
Crossfire Bridge
Driver CD

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