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Gigabyte Radeon HD 3870

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About the Product

This graphics card is based on the 55nm RV670 GPU and includes 512MB DDR3 memory on 256-bit memory interface, and 320 777MHz stream processors shaders. The card features 775/2250 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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Gigabyte Radeon HD 3870 Reviews Rating: 85 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

Meta Reviews

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Neoseeker  --- Feb 27 '08
Legion Hardware  --- Nov 19 '07
Motherboards.org  --- Mar 07 '08
SharkyExtreme 8.5/10 May 14 '08
Tweak Town 93% Dec 13 '07
Virtual Hideout  --- Apr 10 '08
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Gigabyte Radeon HD 3870 Roundups and Shootouts

title website score publish date
Gigabyte Radeon HD 3870 Review Neoseeker -- Mar 20 '08
Gigabyte Radeon HD 3870 Review t-break -- Feb 01 '08
Gigabyte Radeon HD 3870 Review Tech Report -- Feb 13 '08
Gigabyte Radeon HD 3870 Review X-bit labs -- May 22 '08

Legion Hardware on

"...it would appear by avoiding going head to head with Nvidia in the high-end market, AMD might actually succeed by bringing value to this generation of mainstream graphics cards for the first..."

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Motherboards.org on

"Right now for the MSRP of $189, a 3870 is an excellent value for the consumer wanting high-end performance but not wanting to spend the money. Today’s $200 video card was yesterday’s high-end card..."

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Neoseeker on

"In the end, the Gigabyte HD 3870 is a good card, and it is a good deal to be had at around $200, but competition is so tight around this mark -- especially now with the release of the 9600GT --..."

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SharkyExtreme on

"Gigabyte has been offering their own take on various ATI and NVIDIA cards, by adding custom GPU cooling solutions, adjustable voltages, and Ultra Durable 2 components. The Gigabyte Radeon HD 3870..."

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Tweak Town on

"The only real problem we can see with the card is at the moment the 3870 has the jump on the 8800GT in the price department. It’s a little bit cheaper than the 8800GT and it’s a little bit slower..."

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