Published on 30th October 2008 by
Originally Posted by sir_burnshmmmm.... not sure if this review really does this card justice ..... the 4830 is still the best bang for your buck..... especially when crossfired... they scale very well.. I just picked up two powercolor hd4830s for $130 each canadian, each came with a $25 mail in rebate.. so thats a Crossfire setup for $210 canadian.. the powercolor card is easily the best 4830. it comes stock with 1.25v to the core, were most only come with 1.1v, and most people are getting these on stock cooling up to 750 or higher stable.. when clocked at this speed and in crossfire these liitle bad boys are outdoing the gtx280 for only 200 bucks.... if you search google there some with better cooling that increased the vcore to 1.5v and are hitting 900 on the core.....
Originally Posted by SiliconDocThe insane bias is almost making me puke
" The slower of the two RV770-based products, the Radeon HD 4850, successfully dispatched the GeForce 9800 GTX (and later the 9800 GTX+) in all but a few games, while the Radeon HD 4870 ended up faster than the GTX 260 and only marginally slower than the flagship GTX 280 in many scenarios with only Crysis being the notable exception. "
Good gawd... it's just unbelievable what comes spewing out of reviewers yappers. What a pile of hogwash.
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