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Wednesday, 03 September 2008 10:02

RV730 neck and neck with HD3850

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Benched on Chinese site


The guys
over at publish.it168.com got a hold of an RV730/HD4670 card and put it through its paces.

Apparently ATI's new mid range card packs quite a punch, and it can even keep up with the HD3850, trailing behind by only a few FPS in most tests. In Crysis it is twice as fast as Nvidia's 9500GT.

The RV730 has the same number of shaders as the venerable RV670, but it uses a 128-bit memory bus. The HD4670 will be clocked at 750MHz, while the HD4650 will end up at 600MHz.

Both cards should launch in late September.

More here.
Last modified on Wednesday, 03 September 2008 11:30
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