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|18th August 2009, 14:33||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Since the HD4770 video card has come out, most of us have been amazed at the sheer, raw performance this little video card came with.' To top that off, the pricing of this video card sits in a perfect spot for those who needed a video card to be able to play today's games with out sacrificing too much as far as visuals.
If you have not already guessed, this review is based upon one of them great performing video cards the HD4770. This time aroung though, I will not be just using one HD4770 (VisionTek's). I will be pairing this HD4770 with another HD4770 video card from Sapphire. And see how these two video cards stck up in some Crossfire action.
Let's meander downstairs into the 'Dungeon', pair up the two HD4770's, throw them in an already proven machine ('Mini Me'), start up the benchmarks and watch the sparks fly.
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