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I haven't even OC'ed mine yet I don't know what I could expect out of it!

And i can agree with you about the Intel/Nvidia thing.

two years ago when i first started getting into the PC scene I had genuinely never heard of AMD or ATI.

In fact i didn't even know who Nvidia was, i just thought Geforce was the bee knees!
I would look into the Quantum Force BIOS editor. It allows you to adjust clocks and voltage (core, anyways) and flash them to BIOS. I used it for the voltage adjustment only, but had some really nice results with my 2900 Pro once I dropped the stock hair dryer and put a maze4 on it.


Also, I agree. I realize in the middle of some of the debates I get into that the member on the other side is probably half my age. It also is harder to look at the "big picture" when you are younger. It seems like the here and now is how it has always been as thats all you know. (now, before you all start posting that age doesn't matter, well in some cases you're right. I know plenty of people that are in their 30's, 40's and 50's that act like children )



Anywho, I am hoping the 4850's are going to be good OCres and work well for lower resolutions. If they are cheap enough, it may justify a water bloack and a volt-mod along with some near death overclock.
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What happened to every single rumor that came out before this predicting 480/960 SP count? Suddenly its 2 weeks before release and something completely new is the finalized truth?
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Well I think I'll Be waiting for the 4870X2, Yes the 4850's seem like a good buy, But if this rumor is true, they are going to be severly limited by the gddr3 and its lack of bandwidth, not by core clocks. If some brands come up with a gddr5 4850 that'll be your budget OC'er
    
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The HD 4870 x2 for the price of one 280GTX(or less) is looking good...

Can anyone who currently owns a CF setup comment on micro-stuttering(I've never run a multi card setup and have no clue whether this phenomena is real)? If most games support CF(w/o stuttering) I might as well take advantage of my boards CF capabilities.

Agreed OcCam, the 4850s 256bit bus and use of GDDR3 is a concern, that's why you buy the 4870...

Now that I think about, I believe I read that RV770 officially supports GDDR3, GDDR4 and GDDR5. Perhaps one of the ATI AIB partners will produce a non-reference HD 4850 with GDDR4?
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The HD 4870 x2 for the price of one 280GTX(or less) is looking good...

Can anyone who currently owns a CF setup comment on micro-stuttering(I've never run a multi card setup and have no clue whether this phenomena is real)? If most games support CF(w/o stuttering) I might as well take advantage of my boards CF capabilities.

Agreed OcCam, the 4850s 256bit bus and use of GDDR3 is a concern, that's why you buy the 4870...

Now that I think about, I believe I read that RV770 officially supports GDDR3, GDDR4 and GDDR5. Perhaps one of the ATI AIB partners will produce a non-reference HD 4850 with GDDR4?
Honestly, I've never had that much of an issue with stuttering, but it is definitely there.

COD4 was the worst for me, but even then it wasn't exactly a problem.

I guess now we all know why AMD expected it's graphics market share to grow past 50%. R700 is going to be downright godly .
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I would look into the Quantum Force BIOS editor. It allows you to adjust clocks and voltage (core, anyways) and flash them to BIOS. I used it for the voltage adjustment only, but had some really nice results with my 2900 Pro once I dropped the stock hair dryer and put a maze4 on it.


Also, I agree. I realize in the middle of some of the debates I get into that the member on the other side is probably half my age. It also is harder to look at the "big picture" when you are younger. It seems like the here and now is how it has always been as thats all you know. (now, before you all start posting that age doesn't matter, well in some cases you're right. I know plenty of people that are in their 30's, 40's and 50's that act like children )



Anywho, I am hoping the 4850's are going to be good OCres and work well for lower resolutions. If they are cheap enough, it may justify a water bloack and a volt-mod along with some near death overclock.
QFT, the Quantum Force editor is great. I used it to flash the BIOS on mhy 2900XTs to 940 MHz and 1.35V.

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Originally Posted by MasterKromm View Post
The HD 4870 x2 for the price of one 280GTX(or less) is looking good...

Can anyone who currently owns a CF setup comment on micro-stuttering(I've never run a multi card setup and have no clue whether this phenomena is real)? If most games support CF(w/o stuttering) I might as well take advantage of my boards CF capabilities.

Agreed OcCam, the 4850s 256bit bus and use of GDDR3 is a concern, that's why you buy the 4870...

Now that I think about, I believe I read that RV770 officially supports GDDR3, GDDR4 and GDDR5. Perhaps one of the ATI AIB partners will produce a non-reference HD 4850 with GDDR4?
I've never noticed any microstuttering issues. I had some graphical issues with Frontlines Fuels of War Shadows that only happens with Crossfire (and dual GPU cards), but that's only one game.....and that game is REALLY buggy too. (well it got better after the last patch)
I just turn on VSync and everything is smooth as butter.
Also the main benefit of DDR4 is lower power consumption and heat output rather than bandwidth.....there is a small amount of bandwidth, but not as much as you would think.
Edited by binormalkilla - 6/7/08 at 12:19pm
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ya right in a perfect world where i can fly ) dude GT280 will smoke the 4870 ... but still it will be a very powerful card
lol.. Proof?

o wait.
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/me is sad.. i haz only 240sp's on me 2900gt.*sees upgrade comin*
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sounds great on paper and all, but i'll wait to make a final judgement on these cards and nvidias. If the price to performance ratio is great for the 4870, it will be a purchase because i cant imagine paying over $300 for one of nvidias cards.
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Now that I think about, I believe I read that RV770 officially supports GDDR3, GDDR4 and GDDR5. Perhaps one of the ATI AIB partners will produce a non-reference HD 4850 with GDDR4?
As far as i know, GDDR4 won't be implemented into any of the cards in the future.

It was basically made redundant as it costs significantly more than GDDR3 with minimal results, that is why they have jumped straight to GDDR5.
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