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Monday, 09 March 2009 12:06

HD 4870 now available for ?149 in Euroland

Written by Fudzilla staff

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GTS 250 still slightly cheaper


Following
Nvidia's GTS 250 rebrand, ATI has slightly adjusted HD 4870 prices to make the green team's life a bit harder.

At the moment you can get an HD 4870 for €149. The card comes from Sapphire and features a non-refernce heatpipe cooler. For €10 more you can get a 775MHz Gainward with a non-reference dual-fan cooler, or Powercolor's PCS edition card at 780MHz.

The cheapest GTS 250 comes from Palit, it's a reference design and costs €149.

ATI has not cut prices of other RV770 based cards, and the HD 4850 and HD 4830 still sell for €120 and €84 respectively.
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