Published on 5th April 2011 by
Originally Posted by xaser04Techpowerup have listed some vendors launching HD6790's with only 1 6 pin pci-e connector so it isn't strictly true that they all need two.
AMD should really have left the card with 32 rops rather than cutting them back to 16, they made this mistake with the HD5830 and it looks like they have done it again.
Originally Posted by TWeaKSeriously guys, what's with the Intellitxt adverts? I called you up on it over the weekend (see comments in the Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro Review) yet no one replied.
Originally Posted by LizardSorry, didn't see that comment. Anyway, bit-tech/gamer doesn't have any Intellitext ads...
Originally Posted by mucgooWhy the endless comparisons with the 550ti. It's main competitor at £115 will be gtx 460 768mb.
Originally Posted by DbDQuote:Originally Posted by mucgooWhy the endless comparisons with the 550ti. It's main competitor at £115 will be gtx 460 768mb.
That's what other website reviews have been saying - why buy this when the GTX 460 costs the same and is significantly faster. If you really want an ati card spend a few more £ and get a 6850.
Originally Posted by rolloyou can get a 460 1gb for £120
which is what £5 more than this yet it offers alot more performance
if it was my money id never recommend an yone buy this card
Considering the target market is the £500 budget pc market. what psu has 2 pcie connectors by default without using cable changes which this is unlikely to supply the cable changes. Quick check of 2 psus in the £50 price bracket shows both with only 1 pcie connector by default. ( ocz 500 watt steathseries )
good review but it should score less for usability out of the box as your default test pc contains all the cables you might need. Very few pcs in the £500 budget area do even if the leads only cost a few quid more when the 460 1gb is so close on price yet outperforms it every few quid makes this even worse than it is.
Originally Posted by MiNiMaL_FuSSso there's still not a midrange card clearly worth replacing ym 4890 with?
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