As if the HD5870 wasn’t impressive enough, the ASUS model that [H]ard|OCP tested came with SmartDoctor which allows you to adjust the Vcore.  This ended up netting them an additional 60MHz on top of the 100MHz overclock they managed with the Catalyst Control Center alone.  It also sucked up about 80W more, topping out the systems load at 426W.  Check out this impressive Gold Award winning card in their full review.

“Today we look at ASUS’s brand new, voltage tweakable and highly overclockable EAH5870 based on AMD’s new ATI Radeon HD 5870. With the ability to increase the core voltage we cannot wait to see how high it will go, but first we must see how it compares to its rivals in some of the latest and most demanding games.”

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