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I know this news is pretty late, but please don't bash on this thread because it is late.

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Today we are checking out Sapphire’s release of the 5830 Xtreme which promises more performance for less cash and the ability to squeeze out even more. The box is bold and one of the few worth actually looking at as its filled with useful information and statistics on the 5830 hidden inside. The 5830 fills in the low end of the 58XX series GPU’s but don’t be fooled by its low number the 5830 packs more than enough punch for many gamers and enthusiasts as we will shortly explain.
source: http://www.techwarelabs.com/sapphire...me-video-card/

Why would they Bring the HD5800 Series cards Back?
Edited by charlie97 - 4/24/11 at 2:48pm
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Pretty late, yes. And the price on these is really low, the 5850 is cheaper than some GTX 460 768mb cards.
    
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Probably same reason they released the 4860 a year or so.
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Why is the source listed in the title AMD, when it is clearly not?
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Where i live the 5850 Extreme Edition Costs the same as a 6850

Is it worth buying a 5850 or wait for the 7000-Series??
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Yeah the 5850 extreme is much better than 5830 extreme when price difference is only 10 dollars.
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Where i live the 5850 Extreme Edition Costs the same as a 6850

Is it worth buying a 5850 or wait for the 7000-Series??
Buy the 5850
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lol a tad late huh?
do not want tho. having 2 cards from 2 different companies is already annoying enough (1 has voltage, 1 doesnt :/)
i dont want a hot card (XFX), a warm cad (this one) and a cold card (MSI) in my system.
i'll pass.
    
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