Radeon HD 4770 Specs Leaked

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sasquatch42

2tflops for on $99?

is there a typo?

 

imagine, 4 4770's in xfire,  8teraflops of graphics power in your rig for very little indeed

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bingojubes

DO WANT...NOW! i was going to spend money on a new Logitech Illuminate keyaboard, btu i think i wil take the card, instead.

 

and thats 80 Watts at idle, correct?

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Bender2000

A powerhouse GPU for $99. No mini Display Port so it won't be offered on a Mac. I thank Ballmer, Windows and Lauren for making this possible.

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sasquatch42

Apple will release a version with minidisplay port for twice the price

right now you can buy an Apple Radeon HD 4870 for Mac Pro for about $300

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WolfdaleX86

Okay... but doesn't the 4870 X2 have about 2400 GFLOP (2.4 Tera FLOPS) of raw processing power? 1960 GFLOPS would make this card more power then a 4870 (rated at 1.2 TFLOPS) and about as powerful as 4870 X2. That doesn't make any sense.       

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QUINTIX256

Not to long ago you called a processor a centrino, and now this? 128-bit GDDR5 provides bandwidth, not processing power. 4830 and 4850 have 640 and 800 spus respectively, not millions. I'm about ready to apply for your job.

You can have your recession. I'm not participating.

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SuperiorBeing

It was in GFLOPS, so that probably is the correct number. It should be a separtate sentence, though, I would say.

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guest001

Would this probably make a better X2 than the 4850? You guys mentioned in your review that the main pitfall of the 4850 was the lack of GDDR5, which was impaired by it's memory bandwith. Although for me, I'm gonna keep rockin' with K9A2 and 4870 until I can afford another 4870.

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comptech08

great more stuff i cannot afford.  Love college hait the lifestyle if you know what i meen :)

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Lord Omega

Yes. That is a type. >.> But this thing a freaking beast for the price range. >.> But I have a 4850 and it rocks. That thing cannot be pulling almost 2 TFLOPS. That is impossible. Maybe half that. But still, it is quite beastly.

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