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|30th April 2009, 09:51||#1|
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ATI HD 4770 Review
The Radeon HD 4850, I think we can agree, is a pretty good graphics card. Since its arrival, the 4850 has set the tempo for much of the graphics card market by delivering strong performance for the price, along with a pretty good total package of image quality, features, and power efficiency.
So here's an interesting question. As you know, chip-making technology regularly advances. What would you do, if you were in the shoes of the folks at AMD, as a follow-up to the 4850?
Their answer, it turns out, is a pretty good one. They've created the RV740, a new graphics chip that's just over half the size of the GPU in the Radeon HD 4850 but packs nearly as much punch. And they've packaged up this new GPU into the Radeon HD 4770, a graphics card that sells for just north of a hundred bucks. Remarkably, this welterweight graphics card may be all you need to play the latest games at buttery smooth frame rates. Sounds pretty good, no? Let's have a closer look.
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