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ATI Radeon HD 4670 512MB 750MHz core/1700MHz memory Dual-DVI/HDMI/HDTV-out

CODE: VDC-ATI-HD4670-512

Price : Cad$84.99

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A new (released in September 2008) contender for a place in your performance desktop system, Radeon 4670 is the fastest card ever offered in its pricerange. Originally slated to compete versus geForce 9550GT, it defeats it soundly on any and all fronts. Providing playable framerates for casual gamers is just one of its attractive points; it also has dual DVI outputs, HDMI capability with 7.1 surround sound support, support for Blu-Ray dual-stream hardware acceleration (think picture-in-picture in HD), as well as low power consumption and quiet operation. All in all, this is our recommendation for a non-gaming grade graphics card for your machine as well as a prime choice for an HTPC.
 

ATI Radeon HD 4650 512MB 600MHz core/1600MHz memory DVI/VGA/HDTV

CODE: VDC-ATI-HD4670-512-600

Price : Cad$90.00

10 days
A new (released in September 2008) contender for a place in your performance desktop system, Radeon 4670 is the fastest card ever offered in its pricerange. Originally slated to compete versus geForce 9550GT, it defeats it soundly on any and all fronts. Providing playable framerates for casual gamers is just one of its attractive points; it also has dual DVI outputs, HDMI capability with 7.1 surround sound support, support for Blu-Ray dual-stream hardware acceleration (think picture-in-picture in HD), as well as low power consumption and quiet operation. All in all, this is our recommendation for a non-gaming grade graphics card for your machine as well as a prime choice for an HTPC.
 



ATI Radeon HD 4850 512MB 625MHz core/2000Mhz memory Dual-DVI/HDMI/HDTV-out

CODE: VDC-RADEON-HD4850-512

Price : Cad$134.99

10 days
Radeon 4850 was so successful upon its release that it forced NVIDIA to drop the price on their 9800 GTX and even release a faster variant to keep up! Bringing performance equal to previous-generation's fastest cards, this is a solid competitor for a place in your gaming-grade system. Other features such as power-efficiency and second-generation universal video decoder (UVD2) make this card an excellent overall entertainer. It also supports CrossFireX technology, in which up to 4 cards can be installed into one system in order to increase 3D rendering power, and because of its price/performance ratio the Radeon HD 4850 is the star of our popular SpartanXHD CrossFire lineup.
 

ATI Radeon HD4870 512MB Dual-DVI/HDCP/HDMI/HDTV-out

CODE: VDC-RADEON-HD4870-512

Price : Cad$144.99

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Radeon HD4870 brings 1.2 TeraFLOPs of raw shading power to the table. That's more than an early ASCI Red supercomputer, and all that power serves one purpose only: to immerse you in virtual 3D worlds at maximum framerate possible. It was also the first card to ever use fast GDDR5 memory running at astounding 3600Mhz. This card was so successful upon release that it made its main competitor's, the GeForce GTX 260 price plummet over a hundred dollars! Both cards have been dead-locked in performance struggle ever since, however the Radeon does have DirectX 10.1 support up its sleeve. The only card faster than this is either GeForce GTX 280 or Radeon HD4870 X2 2GB, which essentially consists of two regular HD4870 1GB's on one board.
 

ATI Radeon HD4870 512MB 750MHz core/3600MHz memory

CODE: VDC-RADEON-HD4870-1GB-775

Price : Cad$144.99

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This variant of Radeon HD4870 has been upgraded with 1GB of high-speed GDDR5 RAM running at a blistering 3600MHz (versus 512MB on a regular edition). This helps the card maintain fluid framerates at higher resolutions (such as 1920x1200) as well as brings some performance increase for regular HD Gaming resolution of 1680x1050. Since the core speed remained unchanged, it still brings 1.2 TeraFLOPs of raw shading power to the table. That's more than an early ASCI Red supercomputer, and all that power serves one purpose only: to immerse you in virtual 3D worlds at maximum framerate possible. This card was so successful upon release that it made its main competitor's, the GeForce GTX 260 price plummet over a hundred dollars! Both cards have been dead-locked in performance struggle ever since, however the Radeon does have DirectX 10.1 support up its sleeve. The only card faster than this is either GeForce GTX 280 or Radeon HD4870 2GB, which essentially consists of two regular HD4870 1GB's on one board.
 

ATI Radeon HD 4850 512MB Top 680MHz core/2100MHz memory

CODE: VDC-RADEON-HD4850-512-650

Price : Cad$155.59

10 days
Radeon 4850 was so successful upon its release that it forced NVIDIA to drop the price on their 9800 GTX and even release a faster variant to keep up! Bringing performance equal to previous-generation's fastest cards, this is a solid competitor for a place in your gaming-grade system. Other features such as power-efficiency and second-generation universal video decoder (UVD2) make this card an excellent overall entertainer. It also supports CrossFireX technology, in which up to 4 cards can be installed into one system in order to increase 3D rendering power, and because of its price/performance ratio the Radeon HD 4850 is the star of our popular SpartanXHD CrossFire lineup.
 

ATI Radeon HD 4830 512MB 575MHz core/1800MHz memory Dual-DVI/HDMI/HDTV-out

CODE: VDC-RADEON-HD4830-512

Price : Cad$159.98

10 days
ATi Radeon HD 4830 is a somewhat belated yet very successful ATi's answer to NVIDIA's GeForce 9800GT. While NVIDIA's card leads in some games, ATi overcomes it in another. Other features such as power-efficiency and second-generation universal video decoder (UVD2) make this card an excellent overall entertainer. It also supports CrossFireX technology, in which up to 4 cards can be installed into one system in order to increase 3D rendering power, and because of its price/performance ratio the Radeon HD 4830 is the star of our popular Spartan HD CrossFire lineup.
 

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