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Wow and it is only slightly less powerful? I think i may have to look into that!

Well was baptized Lutheran when baby and haven't been re-baptized since. But i go to a reformed Protestant church... and you?
Yep, its a great card.

Our roots go back to the Old Methodist, I am Wesleyan... actually Wesleyan-Armenian. I see that your from Florida, I don't suppose you recognize the name Hope Sound Bible College?
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Yep, its a great card.

Our roots go back to the Old Methodist, I am Wesleyan... actually Wesleyan-Armenian. I see that your from Florida, I don't suppose you recognize the name Hope Sound Bible College?
Sounds familiar, you go there?
    
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No AA, no AS =/= highest settings. Besides, what's your laptop display's resolution?
Its 1366x768, but I have played it on an external screen at 1920x1200 with no problem.
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Its 1366x768, but I have played it on an external screen at 1920x1200 with no problem.
What fps do you get with it at the 1366x768? With everything on high?
    
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Okay, yeah because i do want to play at max if not high settings on BC2 so ima look for the 9800. Is any brand of it better than others? Because when i was looking there were like ten different looking 9800's?
Here's a review comparison between the 4670 and 9800gt: http://xtreview.com/review229.htm

Brand...--they all use the same reference card. Only variations are coolers, warranties, etc. Are any specific ones sticking out in your mind? Mention them here and I'm sure people will have suggestions.
    
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Sounds familiar, you go there?
No, I go to another Bible College closer to me.. Union Bible College, but our denomination is affiliated with Hope Sound Bible College.
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What fps do you get with it at the 1366x768? With everything on high?
Let me run FRAPS for you.
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Its 1366x768, but I have played it on an external screen at 1920x1200 with no problem.
I am absolutely calling you out on this being BS. My CPU overlcocked to 3GHz, with my desktop HD4670 at 1280x1024, all settings maxed in BC2, I was pulling maybe 22fps average. There is no way that your mobile 4670 was maxing BC2 at 1920x1200 with playable framerates. The HD4670 can't even run COD4 at 1920x1200 at beyond 33fps average, let alone BC2.

If you are running BC2 at 1920x1200, it is most definitely not maxed, or anywhere near max settings.

1366x768 shouldn't be a huge problem for the HD4670, but you will still probably take a hit in performance when using AA/AF
    
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Here's a review comparison between the 4670 and 9800gt: http://xtreview.com/review229.htm

Brand...--they all use the same reference card. Only variations are coolers, warranties, etc. Are any specific ones sticking out in your mind? Mention them here and I'm sure people will have suggestions.
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Here were three different ones i was looking at. All look different, do they have different specs due to different brands or just different looks?


    
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I am absolutely calling you out on this being BS. My CPU overlcocked to 3GHz, with my desktop HD4670 at 1280x1024, all settings maxed in BC2, I was pulling maybe 22fps average. There is no way that your mobile 4670 was maxing BC2 at 1920x1200 with playable framerates. The HD4670 can't even run COD4 at 1920x1200 at beyond 33fps average, let alone BC2.

If you are running BC2 at 1920x1200, it is most definitely not maxed, or anywhere near max settings.

1366x768 shouldn't be a huge problem for the HD4670, but you will still probably take a hit in performance when using AA/AF
I am not going to argue with you, because there is no point in it. But I will post FRAPS up in minute using my laptop (don't have my desktop atm).
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