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http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/177?vs=173

I stand corrected, looks like it's about as fast as a 5750. But looking at this

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/177?vs=172

It doesn't look like the 5770 is "way faster".

Yea I guess 7-10 fps is a little faster then... Anyway, I'm getting one since it's cheap smile.gif
    
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I've had both a 4770 and a 4850. They perform roughly the same, the 4850 gettin a couple more fps here and there, but the 4770 consumes less power.
The 4850 is a little faster than a 5750, and the 5770 is def faster than the 4850.
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Nice find. What does this card compare to in the 5xxx and 6xxx series? I need a GPU for my dad's build.
The 4850 is weaker than a 5750. The power consumption for the 4850 is also much higher. I don't recommend this product unless you don't mind the rebate.

For the $70 upfront, you can easily get a used 5750 or a new one on sale, which performs better and uses less energy.

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is this card ddr3 or gddr3?
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The 4850 is weaker than a 5750. The power consumption for the 4850 is also much higher. I don't recommend this product unless you don't mind the rebate.

For the $70 upfront, you can easily get a used 5750 or a new one on sale, which performs better and uses less energy.
That's a 512mb card, the one here is a 1GB card
 
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the 4850/4870 story is the same as the 5850/5870

once overclocked they perform roughly the same at stock as their big brother, but remain architecturally inferior
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Out of stock.
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the 4850/4870 story is the same as the 5850/5870

once overclocked they perform roughly the same at stock as their big brother, but remain architecturally inferior
lol and when the 5850/5870 get overclocked they will pwn 4850/4870. Overclocking is just an bonus.
    
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I can't believe they still have any stock left of these 4850s. Like 3, 3-5 years old I think.

I had two of them crossfired, got for around 250. Decent performance I think. Not great.
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lol and when the 5850/5870 get overclocked they will pwn 4850/4870. Overclocking is just an bonus.
i was talking about 4850 --- 4870 and 5850 --- 5870

I was not comparing the 48** series to the 58** series
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