4870. That way, in da future, you can Crossfire that instead.
Originally Posted by Pao
I say 4830's if you aren't going to upgrade for a very long time. It's the better performer. Also if you ever want to get into folding you're going to get better yields out the two 4830's then one 4870.
Edit: What are you running now?
Originally Posted by mnishimura00
id say always go with the single gpu solution, there are many games that are not optimized for multi-gpu rendering - in which case you would suffer performance wise. 4870 is the answer.
Originally Posted by gablain
I think you'll regret it if you don't go with the 4870. I would. In the pc industry, you always end up wanting more...
Originally Posted by lockdownx1x
What about this 4870 1GB?
Like you said you would get better minimum frame rates. Insteas of dealing with crossfire and drivers, you would get a strong Single card solution with enough power to last you the rest of the year and them some
Just my 2 cents...