Anubis by the manufacturer, there are a whole range of products, ranging from speakers on monitors two keyboards and cameras, the company so forth pretty much everything, including graphics cards. With the brand Typhoon Anubis has become now known internationally, with the Typhoon Silver Crest Matrix 256 so her full name, sends Anubis graphics board into the race, which can compete with the big boys in this class.
Thanks to its fast DDR memory modules, the matrix 256 has quite the power needed to differentiate itself from its rivals, the board itself is a typical nVidia reference graphics board, and only the VGA port adorns the front section of the map. However, there are plenty of possibilities for the matrix, a television or other video devices to be connected to the graphics card, but since they all are only available as an option and we only test the standard model for, you should also be mentioned only in passing.
The performance has been quite pleasantly surprised, but suggests that our matrix reference card from ASUS, the V6800 with DDR RAM, in many situations. For the benchmarks, the usual programs were used as 3DMark2000, Quake3 and the Demo1 of Test Drive 6 demo, all tests were performed with a disabled vertical synchronization VSync off.
Clearly you can see here that the Typhoon Anubis surpassing ASUS V6800 in all respects, although only slightly, but still, even at the highest resolution and color depth must be our reference board to admit defeat. One surprise is manifest here there, the ASUS runs on the Typhoon and away actually, I would have expected a different result, especially in the previous benchmarks.
I have the Typhoon times blithely turned in the performance of screw and screwed up the default settings of 300/120 (memory / core) on 333/160, at these values, the matrix is still stable, everything about it goes out, causing a flicker in the image and should therefore be avoided if possible. The memory chips would be provided with extra cooling fins, one could perhaps tease out one or two Mhz, since the card for overclocking a large amount of heat produced, should be taken to ensure sufficient ventilation.
We see here very clearly that the overclocking a card with DDR memory is worth not as good as ever, at least not without a significant effort cooling fins on memory chips, better fan on the CPU.