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Old 31st May 2008, 08:42   #1
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AMD ATI Radeon HD 4850 pictured

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COMPUTEX 2008: We've got pictures of AMD's new next generation graphics card, the Radeon HD 4850 - check inside to see what's changed... or not, as the case may be.

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Old 31st May 2008, 08:48   #2
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The card hardly looks different from the X1800/1900, and if you ask me, thats a good thing. Big, fancy cards that require new, heavily engineered PCBs make for more expensive end products for the consumer. Hopefully, they'll pass the savings on to us.
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Old 31st May 2008, 09:23   #3
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I can't wait to hear the specs on this card, sucks that the one picture is blurry.

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The card hardly looks different from the X1800/1900, and if you ask me, thats a good thing. Big, fancy cards that require new, heavily engineered PCBs make for more expensive end products for the consumer. Hopefully, they'll pass the savings on to us.
I agree, a cheaper card with good performance i would buy nothing fancy.
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haha i sold my 3850 for buying this one.


I think people gonna think that im completly mad selling cards for buying the same one.

Of course they dont know what is behind of the 3800look
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Old 31st May 2008, 09:59   #5
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Looks awesome, after all, they even labelled it on the back to say that it's Fast!
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$329 for the 4870?

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Radeon HD 4870 core and memory clock frequencies have not yet confirmed, is most curious about the outside world is carrying Qimonda production GDDR5 memory Qimonda as the first GDDR5 graphics memory of AMD AMD / ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series Adoption of a single standard for 16 Mx32, with 256 bit 512MB capacity, the third party also said that although this card is the first allocation of GDDR5 memory card, although the related impact on manufacturing costs, but it is not difficult to see AMD in developing products Gall of the former, as overclocking and performance remains to be seen, Radeon HD 4870 Dual-Slot used air-cooled radiators, the two groups to be 6 - PIN card power, for electricity, AMD recommend the use of more than 500 W power supply , To provide double-Dual-Link DVI video interface, Radeon display driver 8.49 version drivers support the first time, after the 8.501 version is available Windows XP, VISTA test, AMD Radeon HD 4870 is expected at US $ 329元.
And $229 for 4850?

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Radeon HD 4850 is carrying a single specification for 16 Mx32 of GDDR3 memory, a total of 256 bit 512MB capacity, a Sing-Slot air-cooled radiators, providing dual-Dual-Link DVI video interface through the new DVI to HDMI Joints can be reached 7.1-channel audio output, takes a group of 6 - PIN card power, the electricity demand of the original proposal, the single card for the 450 W, two CrossfireX the implementation of multi-display operation structure needs a 550 W power supply , At the same time can provide two sets of 6 - PIN card power supply, AMD Radeon HD 4850 is expected at US $ 229元.
If these prices are correct then ATi have won.
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It all depends on how it translates to the pound here. well to everyone in the uk it dose
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we'll see how well this shapes up againest GTX 280..... but from the company's pricing point of view, i think 4870 will just perform on par with 8800GTX
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we'll see how well this shapes up againest GTX 280..... but from the company's pricing point of view, i think 4870 will just perform on par with 8800GTX
probably right there, whether the power requirements and cooling are better than the GTX will be a deciding factor
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according to the inquirer the new nvidia cards have very poor yeilds and have missed their clock frequancy targets by large margins. Also I doubt the new ati card will just be on par with the 8800's as ati already have the 3850 doing that and the newer cards are always faster than the old for high end cards. On an unrelated note that pcb is insanly packed, I have never seen so many components in such a small area. It must have been very hard work routing that thing.
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Do guys think that maybe this time ATi might have a card that can beat Nvidia and put it ontop again? I sure hope so its hard not to root for the underdog.
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Also I doubt the new ati card will just be on par with the 8800's as ati already have the 3850 doing that and the newer cards are always faster than the old for high end cards.
i don't recall 3850 even coming close to 8800GT, while 8800GT is a step down from 8800GTX. but yes, newer cards will always be faster, how much faster (if at all) is a whole another question though (9800GTX vs 8800GTX)
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9800GTX launched here (NZ) around $100NZD cheaper than the 8800GTX was at the time, which made it a viable purchase, just confusing as hell with the name chosen. I can't believe there isn't a high end that beats the 8800GTX yet, and no the 9800GX2 doesn't count.
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according to the inquirer the new nvidia cards have very poor yeilds and have missed their clock frequancy targets by large margins. Also I doubt the new ati card will just be on par with the 8800's as ati already have the 3850 doing that and the newer cards are always faster than the old for high end cards. On an unrelated note that pcb is insanly packed, I have never seen so many components in such a small area. It must have been very hard work routing that thing.
as charlie wrote that i wouldn't believe a word
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as charlie wrote that i wouldn't believe a word
ROLF, uh, no comment

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Will be interesting to see the final specs of the cards. I get the impression that there isn't a lot to squeeze out of single card solutions at the moment and it might be of more interest as to how efficiently these perform in crossfire, compared to the current generation of cards.
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as charlie wrote that i wouldn't believe a word
well, sometimes he does guess right, but that usually happens when he writes several contradicting stories so he can say he was right later on no matter what happens, anyway, I agree that people shoudnt believe charlie too much, or, at the very least take it with a grain of salt...

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i'm really hoping the same goes for the 4870 x2, kinda saddens me if I can't fit my newly bought dangerden waterblock for the x2 3870 wont fit the 4870 x2 when I decide to upgrade in the future, kinda loved that block..
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teh history might repeat itself
Remember Radeon 9700? beated the CRAP out off anything nvidia had at the time?
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well until nVidia released the 8000 series of cards they couldnt release anything that could really beat an ATI card so and when you figure it was pretty much like that from the 9700pro all the way to the 1950 that was a damn good run for ATI and maybe with this they will regain that run or at least even it out. Im looking forward to this ^_^
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