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Palit Radeon HD 4870 Sonic Graphics Card Review

Posted on Thursday, August 28 2008 @ 16:32:33 CEST by


The HD 4870 has been quite the performer from the word go, but it’s in our blood that we have the need for even more power. This is where overclocking comes into play and today Palit has placed the HD 4870 under their Sonic naming scheme, which means we get a nice little out of the box overclock.

Palit hasn’t just bumped the clock speeds up, though, they’ve also decided to change it by removing the boring reference cooler that we’ve been seeing for so long and adding their own design. Before we check out the cooler and the clocks the new HD 4870 Sonic from Palit offers, we’ll quickly take the time to have a look at the package to see if there’s anything inside the box to get excited about.




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