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An overclocked 5770 will match a 4890.

Anw, interesting to see the performance gap between the two cards.
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post #22 of 74
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Originally Posted by Smoblikat View Post
ill give you ahint.............it doesnt.
I think the difference will not be as great as most think.

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An overclocked 5770 will match a 4890.

Anw, interesting to see the performance gap between the two cards.
Maybe REALLY overclocked. A 5770 needs an OC to surprass 4870.
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post #23 of 74
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I think the difference will not be as great as most think.
I agree. The 4890 (and even 4870 for that matter) are still pretty powerful cards. The 6950 will be on top performance wise, but going from a 4890 to a 6950 will prove to be a small leap, and not a huge jump. I am betting the 6950 will only affer about 20-25% increase. We will see though!
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I think the difference will not be as great as most think.
I'm anticipating a 25-30% increase @ stock clocks. If I can achieve that I will be happy. It should OC higher, run cooler and be overall quieter which were all factors in my upgrading.

I had a bum 4890, even with upping the vcore I could not get a stable OC past 915 which is only 65 mhz above stock. Temps were never an issue and rarely went above 55c.
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GTX 275 ~ HD4890, subbed out of curiosity
    
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Subbed,

Plus rep and respect to OP for having a go!
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post #27 of 74
My previous GPU was an HD4890 PCS+ which came with a stock core clock of 950mhz and did 1ghz core.

It was a monster of a card. If you don't care about DX11, a 4890 can remain a pretty powerful GPU down the road.
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I'm anticipating a 25-30% increase @ stock clocks. If I can achieve that I will be happy. It should OC higher, run cooler and be overall quieter which were all factors in my upgrading.

I had a bum 4890, even with upping the vcore I could not get a stable OC past 915 which is only 65 mhz above stock. Temps were never an issue and rarely went above 55c.
I think your expectations are very realistic. Don't feel bad, my Vapor X isn't that great of an OCer either on stock volts. It tops out around 915 on the core too. Good thing is, the games I'm playing (when I have time) like AVP and UT3 the 4890 still keeps the FPS pegged at 60 with vsync
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post #29 of 74
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I think your expectations are very realistic. Don't feel bad, my Vapor X isn't that great of an OCer either on stock volts. It tops out around 915 on the core too. Good thing is, the games I'm playing (when I have time) like AVP and UT3 the 4890 still keeps the FPS pegged at 60 with vsync
Agreed, same here tbh, my gpu is as old as the hills in technological terms and it still deals out very decent fps in modern games @ max settings
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I was just wondering, which Catalyst version are you using for these tests?
    
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