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How about compare Radeon HD 4890 with Radeon HD 6790 base on same core frequency?Some players maybe will doubt this compare,after all they are different generation product.I want tell do not worry, lets take a look at specifications of these two differences "generational" product.
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PAGE15:Final Words
Test results give us big surprise.Based on the performance HD6870/6850 , i always thought Barts has gotten the balance between performance and power comsumption, which also concluded HD6790 performance will better than HD4890 at same core frequency.However,In todays test,It showed us the totally different results.

In game test, HD6790 basiclly be beaten by HD4890, this result make us very surprised.After all HD6790 has architecture advantage over HD4890,But the result told us,HD4890 is winner.

Things do not always improve.

http://en.inpai.com.cn/doc/enshowcont.asp?id=7974&pageid=7992

EDIT: Sorry about missing link, knew I forgot something.
Edited by Bkpizza - 6/9/11 at 12:38am
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whut?
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What? i don't get this article..

Flagship 2009 card, or low end 2011?

Frequency doesn't matter in the slightest.
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The 4890 was an absolute beast, I'm not surprised it took first over the 6790. But you have to remember, the latter is DX11 and sips power compared to the older generations flagship, which makes up for it's very minor shortcoming.
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The 4890 was an absolute beast, I'm not surprised it took first over the 6790. But you have to remember, the latter is DX11 and sips power compared to the older generations flagship, which makes up for it's very minor shortcoming.


This, a 4890 probably should be faster then a 6790. A 6790 is about on par with a 5770 right? 5770=4870 maybe the slightest bit faster. So makes perfect since.
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6790 > 6770 = 5770 right but the 6790's improvement over the 6770 is only minimal I'm guessing. No surprise the 4890 is still faster since 4890 > 5770.
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This article is fail.

Let's see, HD 4890 released in 2009 for $250. The HD 6790 released just recently for $150.

55nm versus 45nm.

Flagship versus low end of the main stream.

They don't make HD 4890s anymore, so why bother comparing them?

I think the reviewer is mad that his flagship card is eclipsed by mainstream Barts.

Today you could get an HD 6950 for $250.

Edited by damric - 6/9/11 at 1:16am
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I read 6970 and was about to flame whoever had a test that poorly made.

6790 could make sense though.
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Originally Posted by damric;13807126 
This article is fail.

Let's see, HD 4890 released in 2009 for $250. The HD 6790 released just recently for $150.

55nm versus 45nm.

Flagship versus low end of the main stream.

They don't make HD 4890s anymore, so why bother comparing them?

I think the reviewer is mad that his flagship card is eclipsed by mainstream Barts.

Today you could get an HD 6950 for $250.

All of this AND the 6790 draws noticeably less power. Not sure why the reviewer was QQ'ing.
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