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Hi guys...

 

Some days ago I bought a new monitor (Samsung T240) and it uses a 1920x1200...

So I sold my old video card (HD4850 IceQ4) for R$ 300 (US$ 174)

 

And now I need to buy a new video card, but I dont have lots of money...

Here are some option for you guys...

You decide:

 

XFX HD5770 = R$ 540 (US$ 313)

XFX HD4890 = R$ 589 (US$ 342)

XFX HD4870 = R$ 479 (US$ 278)

 

I know that they are very expensive... But Brazil sux...

Any other ideas, guys?

Ty!

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5770 is a good performer too at that resolution, just a few FPS short of 4890 in most games and a DX11 card plus lower power consumption.

 

 

oh sorry i didn't notice this is your first post, welcome to occ B:)

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For that resolution, I suggest you get the 5770. First its cheaper than the 4890 and it can play directx11. I am using the 5770 and its great for games.

 

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hd4890 that card is the best for ur res its more powerfull,i would take that if i wer u

The HD5770 is good for overclocking too?

 

 

5770 is a good performer too at that resolution, just a few FPS short of 4890 in most games and a DX11 card plus lower power consumption.

 

 

oh sorry i didn't notice this is your first post, welcome to occ B:)

Thanks! :)

 

 

For that resolution, I suggest you get the 5770. First its cheaper than the 4890 and it can play directx11. I am using the 5770 and its great for games.

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4890!!!, the 5770 starts to loose it's footing once the horizontal res hits 1920, the 4890 can overclock pretty well too.

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5770 overclocks better, can run DX11 (which is better optimized), can run more screens (if you don't game)....

 

4890 is probably the best now, but further down the road I'd pick the 5770.

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5770 overclocks better, can run DX11 (which is better optimized), can run more screens (if you don't game)....

 

4890 is probably the best now, but further down the road I'd pick the 5770.

not at 1920x1200, at the higher resolutions that bandwidth cap is going to kill the 5770 regardless.

the 5770 OC's better but it needs to in order to stand a fighting change :lol:.

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Hi guys...

 

Some days ago I bought a new monitor (Samsung T240) and it uses a 1920x1200...

So I sold my old video card (HD4850 IceQ4) for R$ 300 (US$ 174)

 

And now I need to buy a new video card, but I dont have lots of money...

Here are some option for you guys...

You decide:

 

XFX HD5770 = R$ 540 (US$ 313)

XFX HD4890 = R$ 589 (US$ 342)

XFX HD4870 = R$ 479 (US$ 278)

 

I know that they are very expensive... But Brazil sux...

Any other ideas, guys?

Ty!

 

 

These are still that expensive to you online??

 

Does Newegg ship internationally?

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These are still that expensive to you online??

 

Does Newegg ship internationally?

TigerDirect does!!

 

Check out Ebay too!!

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