ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2


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This graphics card is based on dual 55nm R700 GPUs and includes 2048MB GDDR5 memory on 256-bit memory interface, and 800 750MHz stream processors shaders per core. The card features 750/3600 MHz core/memory clock speeds. Unified Video Decoder and ATI Avivo HD video. Comes with TV-Out and dual DVI connectors. DirectX 10.1 API and pixel shader 4.0 technology support. CrossFire and HDCP capable.


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AMD Zone 97% Aug 11 '08
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ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 Previews

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Anandtech on Jul 14 '08

"We don't have any solid evidence in this article of the GPU to GPU communication hardware making a real difference in scaling, but we will be interested to see if that changes by the time R700 hits..."

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ExtremeTech on Jul 14 '08

"Tests like 3DMark Vantage and Company of Heroes show amazing potential. The new card scales very well over a single Radeon HD 4870 and is quite a bit faster than the GeForce GTX 280. Crysis, on the..."

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Guru3D on Jul 21 '08

"My experiences with the card have been really good, the performance is flabbergasting. If priced right, this is the new king in the high-end arena of graphics cards. I'm impressed, really impressed."

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HardOCP on Jul 14 '08

"This preview has shown a very positive light on AMD’s ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2. Usually previews can go two ways, either it is going to perform really badly, or it is going to outperform our..."

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iXBT Hardware on Jul 15 '08

"It's a pity that AMD stopped producing high-end single-GPU solutions comparable to similar products from NVIDIA. Now it only makes mid-end single-GPU cards, pairing them for the high-end segment...."

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