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|13th August 2008, 23:59||#1|
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Sapphire Toxic HD 4850
With ATI and NVIDIA both releasing monster GPU's simultaneously it's hard to find that one product that offers good performance for price. When the ATI 4870 and 4850 came out we found ourselves astonished that ATI was closing the lead between their single GPU cards and the single GPU offerings from NVIDIA.
It had almost become a given that NVIDIA would dominate in performance and ATI would only be able to compete from a price for performance standpoint with their single GPU cards. Then Sapphire leaked information about their Sapphire HD Toxic 4850 with it's factory over clocked core and memory we had flashbacks to the 8800 GT price for performance phenomenon.
If your looking for a great priced GPU that spits out FPS, stays cool, and won't break the bank maybe you should stick around and take a gander at the Sapphire HD Toxic 4850.
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