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[vr-zone] RV770 Launch On 25th June, Clocks Finalized

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AMD has informed their partners that the new launch date for Radeon HD 4800 (RV770) series is now 25th June therefore Radeon HD 4850 (RV770PRO) and Radeon HD 4870 (RV770XT) will launch together. AMD has also finalized the core clocks of the 4850 and 4870 cards and they will be clocked at 625MHz and 750MHz respectively. Radeon HD 4870 with GDDR5 is expected to perform 1.3x better than the Radeon HD 4850 with GDDR3.
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Wouldn't this contradict the other article that says the OEMs are allowed to set their own clocks and design their own boards and coolers?
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Wouldn't this contradict the other article that says the OEMs are allowed to set their own clocks and design their own boards and coolers?
I think that was stated for the 4870x2 and 4850x2 only.
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Wouldn't this contradict the other article that says the OEMs are allowed to set their own clocks and design their own boards and coolers?
I agree, unless thye're saying that the ati brand cards will be locked at those speeds and the oem's may do as they please.

If the latter is the case, you will see some really cool stuff out there as one manufacturer tries to outdo the other.

As a matter of fact, this is probably one time where it would help them to clock their cards lower than oem's can. I'm sure they'd rather sell pallet fulls of cards to Asus, HIS, etc. than a single card to one enthusiast at a time.

This would be smart business on their part and would create a "buzz" in the market while the green team continues to take cheap-shots (not a fanboi remark, I've owned nVidia cards in the past but what they're resorted to...tisk, tisk).

EDIT: Am I reading that correctly? Is the only difference between the 4850 and 4870 the speed of the vram? If so, a 30% increase is crazy!
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Wouldn't this contradict the other article that says the OEMs are allowed to set their own clocks and design their own boards and coolers?
well the starting videocards have to have clocks starting somewhere, these would be the stock ones and the videocard manufactorers will clock them to w/e speed they like.
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Good Info! +rep
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Can't wait!
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Moving back the 4850 and moving up the 4870? Sounds like a good deal to me lets see how they do.
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