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Powercolor ATI Radeon HD 4870 OC 512MB GDDR5 only £91.99 Delivered @ Novatech

£91.99 @ Novatech
The ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series GPUs bring the power of graphics ?supercomputing? to gamers, setting a new standard for visual computing. Redefine the way you play and take HD gaming to the extreme with… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
The ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series GPUs bring the power of graphics ?supercomputing? to gamers, setting a new standard for visual computing. Redefine the way you play and take HD gaming to the extreme with best-in-class performance. The new TeraScale graphics engine delivers an immersive, cinematic gaming experience. Add this GPU to your PC and watch Blu-ray movies and play HD content with incredible visual fidelity. Do it all with break-through efficiency that doesn?t compromise performance.

Features
- ATI Radeon HD 4870 GPU @ 770MHz
- 512MB GDDR5 Memory @ 3600MHz
- 24x custom filter anti-aliasing (CFAA) and high performance anisotropic filtering
- PCI Express 2.0 support
- ATI CrossFireX Multi-GPU Technology
- Microsoft DirectX 10.1 support
- Shader Model 4.1
- ATI Avivo HD video and display technology
- Unified Video Decoder 2 (UVD) for Blu-ray and HD Video
- Built-in HDMI with 5.1 surround sound support
- On-chip HDCP

This is a fantastic price for a great card. Comes with a better cooler so you should be able to push those clock speeds a bit higher!
Also 3% Quidco available
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#1
Nice price !
Voted hot.
#2
for those keep voting cold, if you can find this or a better product for the same/cheaper price then let me know, you'll be doing me a favour!
#3
How does this compare to the "ASUS GTX260 896MB DDR3 216 Core @ Ebuyer" posted earlier - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/485863/asus-gtx260-896mb-ddr3-216-core-ebu/

views please.

EDIT: A quick googling verdict: NVidia better than ATI
http://techgage.com/article/ati_hd_4870_1gb_vs_nvidia_gtx_260216_896mb/7
http://ixbtlabs.com/articles3/video/rv770-6-p4.html

Thx
#4
nvidia cards come with more bells and whistles on, such as CUDA and PhysX which is used in some games. for arguements sake they do perform roughly the same. the 260 uses a bit less power than the 4870. most of the time with these cards it ends up coming down to personal preference, but considering the difference of £20 i would get the 4870

Edit: that may be true but considering the price difference your not going to get £20 worth of performance increase by choosing the Nvidia card
#5
deepu25
How does this compare to the "ASUS GTX260 896MB DDR3 216 Core @ Ebuyer" posted earlier - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/485863/asus-gtx260-896mb-ddr3-216-core-ebu/

views please.

EDIT: A quick googling verdict: NVidia better than ATI
http://techgage.com/article/ati_hd_4870_1gb_vs_nvidia_gtx_260216_896mb/7
http://ixbtlabs.com/articles3/video/rv770-6-p4.html

Thx


It usually comes down to the amount you're willing to spend...

This benchmark for Crysis (very high settings) does put the STOCK HD4870 below the GTX260 but the model in this thread is overclocked:
http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/gaming-graphics-charts-q3-2008/Crysis-v1.21,758.html

The HD4890 can be bought for around £120, the GTX275 for about £150 and the GTX285 for about £200

Ya pays yer money...

Voted hot
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#6
Also, if you have a SLI motherboard, a NVIDIA card may be the better choice for future upgrades, likewise if you have a CROSSFIRE capable motherboard, i would go ATI. Then when you start finding your system a bit old & slow,, you can bung in another card and get a big performance boost without having to get a new PC :thumbsup:

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