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Nevertheless ATI kept price points flexible enough that depending on your timing it could have made a lot of sense buying one of these Radeon boards.
Mid-range videocards not only tend to be ideal for today’s games, they often overclock to match the speeds of the more expensive members of their family! The release of the Radeon HDHD and HD X2 videocards certainly underscores the fact that AMD is making all the right moves to draw back gamers back under its wings, even if its processors aren’t.
It’s been an uphill battle for ATI trying to fight Nvidia on the ewh sector, where the latter has been holding the performance crown more decisively since at least late when they unveiled the well regarded GeForce GTX.
While ATI has dropped out of the race to deliver the most advanced and complex GPUs, they are still kicking along with some very impressive products. With that in mind we would normally expect this new card’s performance to at least exceed that of the GT, however, looking at its specifications the Radeon HD appears as it will be capable of much more than just defeating the competition’s budget king.
Instead the company will be dedicated to design power efficient chips that will fare well in the mainstream graphics card market, then rely on multi-GPU implementations for crunching extra performance. It’s a good time to be on the market for a new video card.
Today, ATI claims to have refocused its efforts, saying they will no longer try to challenge Nvidia in producing the most advanced graphics card known to man.
EAH/HTDI/1G | Graphics Cards | ASUS Global
After floundering in second place behind nVidia for the past few years, ATI’s Radeon 48xx-series videocards promise to boost AMDs marketshare back up to a healthy margins by delivering fast framerates for a very competitive price.
Beginners Guides Cases and Access. User Comments Got something to say? Intendedly or not, the Radeon HD series was the first product to follow this path.
Generally speaking, the Radeon HD currently represents the best value for money for gamers looking to stretch those system-building dollars. The Radeon HD is actually the third fastest product in the new series to be announced thus far.
PassMark – Radeon HD – Price performance comparison
Surprisingly however, the core and memory clock frequencies are ezh all that impressive. ATI fans will have the more expensive Radeon HD to look forward to in the coming weeks, though we suspect more of you will be interested in today’s review item, which has been provided by Asus.
This PCI Express 2. Its a good time to be on the market for a new video card.