Photos graphics card Radeon HD 4670 512 Mb

 
July 21, 2008, 4:45 pm

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photos graphics card radeon hd 4670 512 mb   Price niche to be filled as always, if not, fill their competitors. The budget, medium and high price range. We start with a high, collect the cream in the wake of good demand, represent the remaining, more affordable solutions. A series of senior solutions Radeon HD 4000 and X2 AMD has allowed us to make an adequate response ponder a bit NVIDIA. Dialing turnover, the Canadian manufacturer will present in autumn a solution that will position the average price range.
Given that senior comrades in the person Radeon HD 4000 streaming processors 800, then no 120 for the middle price range, and there can be no speech. With confidence to say, the 320 will be streaming processors is premature, but nevertheless, it is present such information at various news sites. Bus 128-bit memory, 512 MB volume reported by the following photos.
An interesting solution is to equip Radeon HD 4670 graphics card two connectors DisplayPort. The need for such a number is questionable, the market virtually non-existent products equipped with this port, given the same, that we are talking about consumer graphics adapter. Port DVI allow connect as modern LCD screens, and CRT monitors.
Osmelitsya value can be assumed, given how much it costs Radeon HD 4850. Price Radeon HD 4670 graphics card will be in the region of $ 120-150, not above, so as not to create internal competition.

 

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