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I have an aging Radeon HD 4870

#11Solid SonicPosted 8/26/2014 7:02:23 PM
Wowee...

Makes me want to throw my old Radeon HD 4850 in for a spin (still got it).
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#12Pepys MonsterPosted 8/26/2014 7:10:48 PM
Get a GTX 870 next month.
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#13Dieinafire1Posted 8/26/2014 7:11:48 PM
870 for sure
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#14Robotron2084Posted 8/26/2014 7:38:54 PM
I switch from many years of ATI to Nvidia recently (the EVGA 770 4GB....may go dual soon) since I upgraded my monitor and needed something to drive it.

I was tired of all the ATI problems with drivers and CCC. It has been good for me and I haven't had any driver issues, but then again EVGA's support has been great and I can run multiple firmwares on the card.

I have 5 PCs currently and only one Nvidia card. I still am having many problems with ATI drivers but maybe that has changed with the newer cards. I was on the ATI team for years but now it really doesn't matter to me.

I think there tends to be a lot of lower end ATI cards out there and people buy them to save cash and then end up in a world of problems. You can probably buy either as long as you stick with a quality manufacturer who will support you when you need it.
#15Kad-ManPosted 8/26/2014 7:42:14 PM
4870 is my backup card incase my current one dies :P so I can still use my pc haha.
#16Pepys MonsterPosted 8/26/2014 8:24:24 PM
Kad-Man posted...
4870 is my backup card incase my current one dies :P so I can still use my pc haha.


My integrated graphics are probably better than a 4870. Do you have an old CPU?
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#17AcquirePosted 8/26/2014 8:33:21 PM
780 Ti
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#18hk7111Posted 8/26/2014 8:37:11 PM
grab a pair of 280x's from Ebay if your PSU can support it.

Should be under $400 and will obviously outperform a 870.
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#19XiviosPosted 8/26/2014 8:57:02 PM
Solid Sonic posted...
Wowee...

Makes me want to throw my old Radeon HD 4850 in for a spin (still got it).


An HD 4850 is all I've got. Honestly, this little card keeps trucking along pretty well. I've got at least 2 games on Steam whose "minimum specs" demand a higher-end card, but it gives no ****s and plays them just fine anyways. I'm planning on keeping it around until late 2015 at least, before I upgrade. That'll be a solid 7 years of service from one card, and that ain't bad.
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#20gwwak(Topic Creator)Posted 8/26/2014 9:03:46 PM
hk7111 posted...
grab a pair of 280x's from Ebay if your PSU can support it.

Should be under $400 and will obviously outperform a 870.


I only have a single slot for a GPU so dual card configs don't work for me.
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