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HD 4850x2 from Sapphire and a Palit HD 4850 that just overclocked like stink. It just would not stop scaling.

I have a feeling if I ever owned the 4850x2 i would have mentioned it. I nearly worshipped that card and recommended it to death if you all remember

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I think my first real gamer card was the S3 Savage 4. I was playing Star Trek and Dune 2000 on it, it was bad ass haha

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The first top end card i bought and really liked... not my first video card.

 

Chaintec FX-5700ultra I actually had two of them (still own one) and one had ddr2 and the other ddr3 

 

Next was the Palit Sonic HD4850 Loved this card. got it from OCC for X-Mas i think and then i bought a twin from Verran... still have them both and these were my 1st set of crossfire cards.

 

My favorite card has got to be the Sapphire 4850X2 I bought one from Ccokeman i think and then bought another from someone else. this was my favorite crossfire set up for a long time... Quadfire!

 

I had a GTX-275 from MSI (twin-frzr) and I really liked this card. ran great and super quiet. that moved for the AVP- HD5830 I have now. which has been great as well...

 

My gaming rig has the HD-5970 (x2) I won but I havent used it enough to rate. still waiting for a SSD to complete that rig LOL I guess my PC priorities shifted.......

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The first top end card i bought and really liked... not my first video card.

 

Chaintec FX-5700ultra I actually had two of them (still own one) and one had ddr2 and the other ddr3 

 

Next was the Palit Sonic HD4850 Loved this card. got it from OCC for X-Mas i think and then i bought a twin from Verran... still have them both and these were my 1st set of crossfire cards.

 

My favorite card has got to be the Sapphire 4850X2 I bought one from Ccokeman i think and then bought another from someone else. this was my favorite crossfire set up for a long time... Quadfire!

 

I had a GTX-275 from MSI (twin-frzr) and I really liked this card. ran great and super quiet. that moved for the AVP- HD5830 I have now. which has been great as well...

 

My gaming rig has the HD-5970 (x2) I won but I havent used it enough to rate. still waiting for a SSD to complete that rig LOL I guess my PC priorities shifted.......

 

That card from Verran came from me and was an absolute beast of a clocker. 

I still miss that 4850X2

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I have not really owned enough cards to have a top 5.

 

My favorite though.

 

GTX260 - Overclocked like Mad and stayed cool to boot.

 

Close second is a watercooled 480.

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The first top end card i bought and really liked... not my first video card.

 

Chaintec FX-5700ultra I actually had two of them (still own one) and one had ddr2 and the other ddr3 

 

Next was the Palit Sonic HD4850 Loved this card. got it from OCC for X-Mas i think and then i bought a twin from Verran... still have them both and these were my 1st set of crossfire cards.

 

My favorite card has got to be the Sapphire 4850X2 I bought one from Ccokeman i think and then bought another from someone else. this was my favorite crossfire set up for a long time... Quadfire!

 

I had a GTX-275 from MSI (twin-frzr) and I really liked this card. ran great and super quiet. that moved for the AVP- HD5830 I have now. which has been great as well...

 

My gaming rig has the HD-5970 (x2) I won but I havent used it enough to rate. still waiting for a SSD to complete that rig LOL I guess my PC priorities shifted.......

 

That card from Verran came from me and was an absolute beast of a clocker. 

I still miss that 4850X2

 

 

 

I still have them :)

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i wish i knew what half of these cards are, oh well years from now ill be able to talk about the old school gtx780's and r9 290x, and try to remember when we thought those where fast

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