Asus Radeon EAH4890 TOP

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alexjustdoit

Actually now you can get them for $185! But I'm still just going to get a 4850 or MAYBE a 4870. I can't justify spending a lot because I didn't like Crysis and I'm not going to be playing  all new games, and my current monitor is 1280 x 1024, not 1900 x 1200. But even IF (IF!!!) I upgrade monitors, the 4870 should hand it decently.

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QUINTIX256

The 285 has a much larger die, many more transistors, and a significantly higher theoretical fillrate. Yet the 4890 comes very close to it in many benchmarks, and is still $100 less. (On newegg the price of the 4890 and 285 are $200 and $300 respectively)

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

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