Sapphire 100259L GDDR5 - Tarjeta gráfica (GDDR5, 256 bit, 900 MHz, 2560 x 1600 Pixeles, PCI Express 2.0)
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Descripción del producto
Ancho de datos: 256 bit
Compatible con Mac: No
Frecuencia del procesador: 750 MHz
Máxima resolución: 2560 x 1600 Pixeles
RAM mínima: 1024 MB
Requisitos mínimos del sistema: CD-ROM
Suministro de energía al sistema mínimo: 500 W
Tipo de enfriamiento: Activo
Tipo de interfaz: PCI Express 2.0
Tipo de memoria de adaptador gráfico: GDDR5
Velocidad de memoria del reloj: 900 MHz
Versión DirectX: 10.1
Versión Shader model: 4.1
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On the downside, though, this card sucks power like there's no tomorrow. I was running the Folding At Home GPU client with a slight OC (800/1000) and my old Ultra VSX750 power supply just couldn't keep up. I had it replaced under warranty and even the new LSP750 replacement psu could barely keep up. I eventually got a Corsair TX750 and have since had no problems.
It's an awesome card for the money. Just make sure the rest of your system is up to its needs.
With the 4870 overclocked it now sits just below the GTX 280 which usually scores in the 9700s. Now compare the price of the GTX 280 with this card.
Gaming at 1920 x 1200 is challenging for just about any card (now i said just about, GTX 295s are in a league of their own) and it does all games flawlessly with a few exceptions.
On Gears of War with my old 8800GTS 512MB the card simply could not cope with the DX10 setting (now you'll find a hard time differentiating DX10 from DX9 in GoW but the real benefit over DX9 comes from using the DX10/antialiasing setting since you cannot force AA in DX9 in ATI's Control Panel). This card really shines in DX10 and the performance boost you get from DX10.1 in games that support it over DX10 is very noticeable especially in Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. and just to note: No NVIDIA card on the market supports DirectX 10.1
The Games industry is just starting to take advantage of technologies that have been on the market for more than 2 years (More games with native 64-bit and Multicore rendering support in upcoming titles) so if you're not the type to upgrade every year or so, it's best take to advantage of the latest technologies at a great price.
One thing that nvidia has that ATI doesn't is PhysX which is impressive with games that support it but good luck finding a good game that utilizes it. Some folks may see that as a future benefit but i disagree mainly because DirectX 11 (and no u won't necessarily need a new DX11 card when it comes out, it'll work fine with current gen DX10 cards) will have support for Physics calculations on the GPU through DirectX itself.
Powercolor ATI Radeon HD 4870 512MB DDR5 PCI-Express Video Graphics Card priced at $149 is a perfect example of just how ridiculously priced these 4870s are. With 4770s at $119 and 4850s at $135 this 4870 card is a no-brainer!
I am so pleased with this product that i ordered another 4870 for Crossfire.