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[fud]MSI R4830 OC has nice OC potential

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AMD Radeon HD 4830 is a graphics card that fills the gap between HD 4850 and HD 4670 and if you take a look at the price-performance ratio, you'll clearly see that it's a good deal. The card was initally priced a bit high and it cost almost like an HD 4850, but the price went down and you can find it now at about €90. The deal gets even sweeter when you take into account that you can comfortably play all the popular games.

One of the best HD 4830 cards is MSI’s R4830 OC Edition, which we will test today. Compared to reference HD 4830 cards, R4830 has a couple of aces up its sleeve, such as 4+1 power phase and MSI’s dual slot cooling. Better components result in less consumption and provide better overclocking, but that’s why R4830 cards end up being priced a bit higher than reference HD 4830s. Whether some €10 is worth it, we’ll see after our testing. For starters, let’s take a look at the R4830 and review some specifications.

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Yes it does, very power effiient & cool. But why does it under-perform on L4D, I thought Source games favored ATI?
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