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Thursday, 02 April 2009 22:27

Sapphire and HIS Radeon HD 4890 under the glass - 2. HIS Radeon HD 4890 Turbo and Sapphire HD 4870

Written by Sanjin Rados


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Review: Just short of 1000MHz


Both cards on our test come with reference cooling so the only difference is the sticker and the clocks. We’ll show you HIS Turbo card, which is overclocked to 900MHz, and Sapphire’s card running on reference 850MHz.

Since we’ve received both cards without packaging, we’ll only show you the rendered pictures.

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The following photos show what Sapphire’s got in store, and although their card runs at reference clocks, the company has already announced the Toxic version with Vapor-X cooling.

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