At just $259 the ATI Radeon HD 5850 is ready to give any graphics card on the market a run for its money. Our readers that value good minded price versus performance products need to take a look at this mainstream video card to see if it is right for your next system build or upgrade.
With the launch of the AMD Radeon HD 5870 graphics card fresh on our minds, we couldn’t help but wonder how far we could overclock the card if we weren’t limited by what Catalyst Control Center capped us at? Read on to see what we can do with the AMD GPU Clock Tool on our 5870 that comes stock at 850MHz GPU and 1200MHz Memory.
Featuring a full TeraFLOP of compute power, the XFX ATI Radeon HD 4850 is true power player. The single slot design enables easy three- and four-way CrossFire assembly and the sub $125 price tag doesn’t hurt either. Will the XFX ATI Radeon HD 4850 with 1GB of memory have enough to play the latest game titles? Read on to find out!
AMD is showing off a brand new technology today called Eyefinity. AMD’s next-generation of DirectX 11 graphics cards come with support for up to to six independent displays, which allows you the ability to connect anywhere from one to six displays to just one video card. AMD says that the experience is unlike anything you have ever seen before.
The SAPPHIRE Vapor-X Radeon HD 4890 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 video card is one of the fastest single slot graphics cards on the market today. This versatile and powerful card has 2GB of high-performance GDDR5 memory running at 1050MHz, while the core operates at 870MHz. Read on to see how this factory overclocked card does on our 30″ display.
AMD invited Legit Reviews up to their private suite in the hotel that Quakecon 2009 is being hosted at for a first look at gaming on one of their upcoming DirectX 11 graphics cards. This graphics card has not been officially named yet, but it has the internal code name of ‘Evergreen’ and we managed to snap a picture of it.
What happens when you take the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275 with Forceware 190.38 drivers and the ATI Radeon HD 4890 with CATALYST 9.7 drivers and see how they do on odd ball game titles like Velvet Assassin and Wall-E? That is what we tackle this time around between these two popular gaming graphics cards.
The ASUS EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5 has a Radeon HD 4890 GPU at the heart of the graphics card, but you couldn’t tell by looking at it. The EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5 has been designed by ASUS and utilizes features like Super ML Caps, a six heat pipe cooling solution, and higher clock speeds to improve gaming performance. This is unlike any video card you might have bought a couple years ago.
The Radeon HD 4670 is the mid-range offering from ATI, with lower performance than the Radeon HD 4770 & 4800 series but more performance than the Radeon HD 4300 and 4500 series. With so many new cards out there, the Radeon HD 4670 fits in nicely to the sub $75 market. Let’s see how well it performs against its main competitor from the NVIDIA camp, the GeForce 9600GSO 384MB.
Sparkle may not be the first manufacturer that comes to mind if you’re considering a new video card from Team Green, but the company is hoping its GeForce GTX 275 series can score it some mindshare in the sub-$250 segment. It’s been a few months since the first wave of GTX 275 and ATI 4890 cards hit the market, and more mature drivers may shed a different light on relative performance.
With Microsoft Windows 7 set to be released in October 2009, rumors are flying rampant in the video card industry as DirectX 11 graphics card will also be launching at the same time. Read on to see one of the first white papers on DirectX 11 released by AMD.
By running applications on the GPU rather than entirely on the CPU, it has been found to reduce the time required to perform computer intensive tasks. Read on to see if either GeForce 9800 GTX+ or a Radeon HD 4770 is quicker for video conversion on Cyberlink’s MediaShow Espresso application.
The ATI Radeon 4770 video card can be found today for $94.99 after rebate, which makes it a great value. If you bought a pair of these cards and ran them in CrossFire you’d be out ~$190, which isn’t a bad price considering what you get and how well they overclock. Will a pair of Radeon HD 4770 video cards in CrossFire be enough to beat the Radeon HD 4890 OC and GeForce GTX 275? Read on to find out!
AMD launched the World’s first 40nm graphics card this week and many are wondering how well the ATI Radeon HD 4770 video card overclocks. Read on to see how this $99 graphics card does when pushed to the limits with RivaTuner v2.24 and benchmarked with the new highest stable clock frequencies.