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YoYoTech Warbird i750CX

YoYoTech Warbird i750CX

Overclocked CPU and dual Radeons? Ripper

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Once you’ve admired the impeccably tidy cabling that YoYoTech has routed through the case, it's time to turn attention to the pair of graphics cards. They're from PowerColor and they each have 1GB of GDDR 5 memory with clock speeds of 725MHz/4000MHz and a pair of bridges to join them in CrossFire.

We tested the Warbird i750CX back-to-back with system comprising an Intel DP55KG motherboard, a Core i5-750 CPU running at stock speed, a single HD 5850 graphics card and an Intel SSD.

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YoYoTech Warbird i750CX

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