PowerColor HD 2400 Pro 256 MBrobgs - August 1, 2007
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The next heading is 3D, where we can change all of the other properties of our 3D experience in explicit detail. For the purposes of this review, I won’t go through each subheading, but suffice it to know that I have left each setting to allow the program to select the desired effect. In this way, wherever possible, I can tailor each game to specific settings that I will choose in the game.
The “Color” section is where you can adjust the color levels of your monitor.
There are a whole host of controls available under the next heading, “Video.” All of these settings help in configuring the video output to your monitor or TV.
For problems, the next section “VPU Recover” gives you some solutions. In case there is a fault with your video card and it stops responding, you can select VPU Recovery. Also, the system will create a report for ATi in the event you may need assistance with a problem.
Finally, there is a handy overclocking utility which will allow you to squeeze the most out your card.
I have left the settings for most of the options in their default positions to show a typical performance result in the testing section of this review. Now that the installation is complete, we’ll test the PowerColor HD 2400 Pro with the standard barrage of Overclockers Club benchmarks.