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|16th July 2008, 09:57||#1|
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PowerColor Radeon HD 4850 512MB and CrossFire performance reviewAfter going over Sapp
After going over Sapphire's Radeon HD 4850 part with a fine-toothed comb last week, this time it's the turn of PowerColor's offering to take centre stage. As this board also makes use the same reference cooler and clock speeds, to make things far more interesting we've thrown two boards together so that we can also investigate the performance levels available to the Radeon HD 4850 in a CrossFire configuration.
As we mentioned in our introduction, PowerColor's take on the Radeon HD 4850 uses AMD's reference clock speeds, making for a 625MHz core and 993MHz GDDR3 memory clock.
The board also sports a reference, single-slot cooler, while featuring all of the other usual accoutrements of your typical AMD graphics board. CrossFire support is available in the usual fashion via a pair of inter-GPU connectors, and power is provided to the board through a six-pin PCI Express power connector.
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