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MSI R4850 T2D512 Review

Posted on Tuesday, November 18 2008 @ 13:39:42 CET by


It was the HD 4870 that wowed gamers by being able to keep up with much more expensive GTX 280, and blew away even many more gamers with its impressive anti-aliasing ability. But released at the virtually the same time, the HD 4870's little brother -- the HD 4850 -- was the product that offered high-end performance at a price point that was affordable by most. It wasn't all that long ago at all that the second fastest card you could get in a new generation of GPU's would bust the bank -- but this wasn't the case with the HD 4850. For many, the deadly cost effectiveness made the HD 4850 the more memorable of the brother wonder-cards coming from ATI... but where does it stand today, four months later?



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