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  Forum Index - Reviews - HD4850 Sonic
Supplier: Palit
Price: $201.97Reviewed: Nov 4, 2008

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Joined: Jan 16, 2007
Posts: 1426
Post Subject: HD4850 Sonic
Posted on: Nov 4, 2008

Whats in the box

Inside the box you will find the a lot of empty space and and a smaller box that contains the card itself, which is a shock as the box would lead you to believe that the card is massive where as in reality its just the size of a normal graphics card with a slightly larger than average heatsink.

Under the smaller box you will find a dvi to hdmi adapter, a dvi to vga adapter, a 6 pin to 8 pin pci-e power adapter, an ATI driver disc and a small leaflet explaining how to install the drivers.


* Bus interface: PCI Express

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Joined: Jul 24, 2007
Posts: 1235
Post Subject: subject
Posted on: Nov 4, 2008

Why does that look like a very pissed off Slippy Toad from Star Fox?!

That looks like an amazing card. I wonder how it holds against a GTX 260 or 9800GX2

Core2 Quad Extreme QX96500-ES @ 3Ghz, 4gb Patriot DDR2-1066Mhz RAM, 4gb Intel Turbo Memory, 3x 500GB WD Blue drives, Samsung DVD-RW, GTX 560ti-1gb Gfx card.
Future Mods: none for Freshwater. Next build will be all new.
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