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really? the 5770 is much cheaper? I was under the impression that the difference was only $10 or so
costs pretty much the same price.

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isnt radeon 4890 DirectX 10.1
yes it is.

5770 is great and even in crossfire and costs less than the 5850 and a 4870x2 almost pars up to the 5850 if not better.

i own a 5770 its great at 1680x1050 and shouldn't have any problems playin in better resolution but i don't hardcore game but if you do CF is the way to go getting max reso rather than 1 card and just trying to push it to where its sometimes too much... IMO
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really? the 5770 is much cheaper? I was under the impression that the difference was only $10 or so
You are almost right, the XFX HD4890 is being sold for 210 USD while the XFX HD5770 is being sold for 168USD so the difference is 30-40USD, in short my info is old and the price difference between the two is closer than i had thought but the HD5770 is still a better investment
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5770 for sure. Runs cooler, quieter, DX11 and 2 in crossfire totally pwns. Rather get a 5770 and xfire later than get a 4890, xfire later and be stuck with DX10.1
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