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    Brand: Sapphire
    Model: X850XT PE
    Core OC 740MHz
    Mem OC: 670MHz
    Core voltage: 1,75
    Mem voltage: 2,25
    Core cooling: Watercooled
    Ram cooling: BGA Ramsinks

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    Please still measure voltages if you are running it stock!

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    Brand: ATi
    Model: X850 XT PE
    Core OC: 597
    Mem OC: 660
    Core voltage: stock
    Mem voltage (both VDD and VDDQ): stock
    Core cooling: Stock
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    i got the visiontek x850xt damm things is sweet. i had org picked up the 800xl at comp usa for 299 but seen the x850xt and grabed that instead for 519.... probly shoulda got two x800xls and tried a dual card set up... ill post my ocing results when i get a chance to oc this new card. so far rage3d tweek wich i am used to using will not reconise this x850xt for some reason so i need a new ocing tool. i hear ati tool is a good choice? anyone?

    thx perc,

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    Running it 660/650 24x7 with v-core mod. I did raise it up by .1v but don't remember where the stock point was :P Watercooled and haven't bothered to raise it up further as right now I am very CPU limited on performance. (ATI X850XT PE OEM)
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    Hmm seems like more ppl have the PE. The problem is that they're like $100 more than the non-PEs. Where are the ppl with non-PEs? Do the nonPEs o/c that crappy?

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    Brand: Connect3D
    Model: X850 XT
    Core OC: 635
    Mem OC: 635
    Core voltage: 1,59V
    Mem voltage (both VDD and VDDQ): stock (2,09V)
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    Quote Originally Posted by higgins
    Hmm seems like more ppl have the PE. The problem is that they're like $100 more than the non-PEs. Where are the ppl with non-PEs? Do the nonPEs o/c that crappy?

    I'm hoping that the main difference is the lack of VIVO on the XT. Especially as I took the cheap option and plumped for the XT (£270 on ebay).
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    I had an XT, it was no different from the PE except for the stock clocks and since it was OEM did not have vivo, but was over $100 cheaper:

    Brand: ATI
    Model: X850 XT
    Core OC: 750 probably could have gone higher with more volts
    Mem OC: 668
    Core voltage: 1.69V
    Mem voltage (both VDD and VDDQ): 2.18, 2.22
    Core cooling: phase
    Ram cooling: sinks and active cooling
    Last edited by gocchin; 03-30-2005 at 02:02 PM.

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    Brand: Sapphire
    Model: X850 XT PE
    Core OC: 670
    Mem OC: 630
    Core voltage: 1.6v
    Mem voltage (both VDD and VDDQ): stock
    Core cooling: Stock fan @ 100%
    Ram cooling: Stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der_KHAN
    Sapphire X850XT
    core 540
    mem 600
    stock volts/cooling

    as u can see the core clocks like crap and i think most non-pe cards have the same problem
    Hmm yes, same here.
    core 540
    mem 590

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    Brand Sapphire
    Model X850XT
    Core OC 573
    Mem OC 600
    Core voltage stock
    Mem voltage stock
    Core cooling stock
    Ram cooling stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by higgins
    Hmm seems like more ppl have the PE. The problem is that they're like $100 more than the non-PEs. Where are the ppl with non-PEs? Do the nonPEs o/c that crappy?

    mines not a PE its just a normal x850xt. mem clocks will run 600mhz stock air wich is the first time ive gotten a video card with good memory. the core clocks i havent played with yet but im sure there just fine....

    peace perc,
    Last edited by Perc; 04-01-2005 at 05:57 PM.

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    @kristos
    Since you are looking for a good clocker I'll put my comment here.

    Have you looked into the x800xt's? They seem to be doing pretty good against the x850xt's and are more economical. No, I'm not saying that the x850's are bad. Just that I have read (don't quote me on this) that they are better clock for clock because of some “loose” memory timings the x850xt's have and that the x850xt don't scale as high as their x800xt cousins.
    Although this is turning out to be a nice x850xt/pe O/C database. I wanted to point that out to you since you started this thread looking to upgrade.

    If this info is wrong in any way I'm sure somebody more knowledgeable than me on this subject will step forward shortly. I'm also planning to upgrade soon and I'm looking for info. Just sharing what I have found so far.
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    Sapphire X850XT 256MB PCIe
    Stock Clocks:520/540
    Max OC with water cooled gpu and stock ram:630/640
    Stock voltages
    Less is more.

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    Model: RX800XT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perc
    i got the visiontek x850xt damm things is sweet. i had org picked up the 800xl at comp usa for 299 but seen the x850xt and grabed that instead for 519.... probly shoulda got two x800xls and tried a dual card set up... ill post my ocing results when i get a chance to oc this new card. so far rage3d tweek wich i am used to using will not reconise this x850xt for some reason so i need a new ocing tool. i hear ati tool is a good choice? anyone?

    thx perc,
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    Brand ATI
    Model X850XT PE
    Core OC 615
    Mem OC 621
    Core voltage stock
    Mem voltage stock
    Core cooling watercooled
    Ram cooling cooper ramsinks

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    Connect3D X850XT with ViVo
    Core: 580
    Mem: 608
    All voltages are still stock
    changed to WC, but it doesn't bring anything other than coldness and quietness...i really need to voltmod it...i have to grab a multimeter first though...apparently voltmodding without measuring even though only doing a pencil mod is not recommended...hahahah

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    Brand: Sapphire
    Model: X850XT
    Core OC: 570MHz(not fully tested)
    Mem OC: 645MHz
    Core voltage: stock
    Mem voltage stock
    Core cooling: stock
    Ram cooling: stock

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    Amazing stuff
    Im planning on getting this card (as shown in my signature below), but what would be the best deal? a xt or a xt pe?
    I would like to go above 600 mhz with core and mem without any vmod (for now).
    Whats the best x850xt brand? Powercolor, Sapphire, ASUS?
    Does this card OC way better than the 6800 U?

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    all X850's are built by Sapphire. l'inq

    so i guess the brand doesnt matter.

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    Brand: Sapphire
    Model: X850XT
    Core OC 720MHz
    Mem OC: 660MHz
    Core voltage: 1,75
    Mem voltage: 2,20
    Core cooling: air cooled with a custom cooler
    Ram cooling: custom copper ram sinks

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    What OCs better? The x850xt or x850xt pe? Will the xt go as far as the pe?
    does the x850xt OC way better than the 6800 u?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turok
    What OCs better? The x850xt or x850xt pe? Will the xt go as far as the pe?
    does the x850xt OC way better than the 6800 u?
    The x850xt is way better than the 6800u. Also it looks like the x850xt and the pe overclock about the same.

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