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HIS Radeon HD 4850 IceQ4 TurboX 512MB In Crossfire

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    Posted: 22 Dec 2008 at 10:35pm
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Another 4850/4870 version?  There are already tons of double slot coolers for the 4850 series and now there is more?
 
This is getting out of hand as now people have no idea which one to buy now.  All of them have different clocks, different cooling, and different form factors.  While I will agree most of them are great, having the OEMs design the card is starting to produce too many variations.
 
It was much better when it was just Diamond, Sapphire, and Visiontek and just the 4850 and 4870.
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Originally posted by MattSlagle

Another 4850/4870 version?  There are already tons of double slot coolers for the 4850 series and now there is more?
 
This is getting out of hand as now people have no idea which one to buy now.  All of them have different clocks, different cooling, and different form factors.  While I will agree most of them are great, having the OEMs design the card is starting to produce too many variations.
 
It was much better when it was just Diamond, Sapphire, and Visiontek and just the 4850 and 4870.


Lol, its true.
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