The first radeony performed by Biostar

 
November 29, 2008, 9:24 am

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the first radeony performed by biostar   In regiment partners AMD, producing video cards based on the outcome of ATI, has been a regular replenishment. Now in their stroynye ranks and joined the company Biostar Microtech, which recently added to its range of products their own versions of graphics adapter ATI Radeon HD 4670 and ATI Radeon HD 4650.
models Biostar VA4673NH51 and Biostar VA4653NH51 based on the established 55-nm technology chips RV730 XT and RV730 PRO respectively, have 320 streaming processors, equipped with GDDR3 memory volume of 512 MB with 128-bit interface and use the PCI Express bus 2 . 0 x16. Both the accelerator compatible with DirectX 10. 1 Shader Model 4. 1 and supporting technologies such as ATI CrossFireX Multi-GPU Technology, ATI PowerPlay second generation and ATI Avivo HD Technology with advanced integrated video Unified Video Decoder 2. As for the frequency indicators, they make up at 750/2000 MHz Biostar VA4673NH51 and 600/1800 MHz from Biostar VA4653NH51.
The developers stress that their brainchild manufactured using high-quality Japanese capacitors with a solid electrolyte and are equipped with the original design odnoslotovoy active air cooling system, which is to perform its duties by 20% effective Reference fan. It was also reported that the products are equipped with a wide range of retired rear panel output, consisting of port HDMI, DVI and D-Sub.
But while it is not known when and how it is priced above new items to buy.

 

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• BIOSTAR VA4673NH51
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