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post #11 of 18
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Never OC'd it. frown.gif


So, advice wise, time to buy a new GPU ?

XFX offer a life time warranty try to RMA it before you buy a new GPU
post #12 of 18
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Oh wow ! They do !

Hmmm, I don't have the original box, cables or much of the paper and disks. Do you think I can still replace it?

Also, how long might this take? If it's going to take weeks or months... I'd rather just get a new card and not wait

Thanks again everyone !
    
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Oh wow ! They do !

Hmmm, I don't have the original box, cables or much of the paper and disks. Do you think I can still replace it?

Also, how long might this take? If it's going to take weeks or months... I'd rather just get a new card and not wait

Thanks again everyone !
alll they need is the serial number give them a call to see what they may be able to do for you
post #14 of 18
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Hmmmm, so any ideas about a good new GPU ?

The HD 4890 was perfect for me. I'm not playing anything new, so would rather not spend an arm and a leg and get something that was more top shelf two years ago, like my 4890. But given the cost differences, I'd be happier to pay less or even pay a bit more if it is really worth it.

Any ideas ?

P.S. I have to wait until Monday to hear from them at XFX
    
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Sorry to bump this, but if anyone could suggest a comparable card?
    
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post #16 of 18
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Sorry to bump this, but if anyone could suggest a comparable card?
if you can find one the 3870x2 is amazing for what it is i got this 4850 for £45GBP on ebay i would recommend the 3870x2 or a 3850x2 if you can find them for a good price or even a 4850x2 whats your budget
post #17 of 18
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Oh, probably up to $250, but basically I want to spend as little as I have to.

I have to get a card that is comparable/equivalent to the one I have, the 4890.

When it worked, it worked perfectly. I have no complaints, but I don't want to pay a lot for a two year old card (Granted, it was good when I got it)


Thanks thanks thanks again!!!
    
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post #18 of 18
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Oh, probably up to $250, but basically I want to spend as little as I have to.

I have to get a card that is comparable/equivalent to the one I have, the 4890.

When it worked, it worked perfectly. I have no complaints, but I don't want to pay a lot for a two year old card (Granted, it was good when I got it)


Thanks thanks thanks again!!!
ok well the 4870x2 is a very good card still very powerfull by todays standards if you can find one in your budget or the 4850x2 those 2 are dual GPU cards so will require 2 6pin connectors or get a 5850

5850
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Sapphire-Radeo...b#ht_625wt_932
4870x2
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-ATI-RADEON...item2eb5dfb421
4850x2
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ATI-Radeon-HD4...#ht_3492wt_932

the x2 cards are pricey but are much more powerfully than a single 4890 and great if you only have one PCI-e slot on your mobo
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