Monday, January 5th 2009

More XFX Radeon Series Graphics Cards Pictured

It does come as a surprise to us, that XFX is going to have a full-fledged non-reference design ATI Radeon lineup, barely a month into its official announcement of a tie-up with AMD. Pictured below are XFX Radeon HD 4350, Radeon HD 4650 and Radeon HD 4830. Ideally XFX will use a common design with its Radeon HD 4600 series cards. Both incorporate black-coloured PCBs, and the XFX colour scheme with the coolers.

The XFX Radeon HD 4350 (model: HD435X-YAH2) comes with a core clock speed of 600 MHz and 512 MB of DDR2 memory clocked at 1000 MHz. It is passively cooled and is low-profile friendly. The XFX Radeon HD 4650 / HD 4670 cards use reference AMD clock speeds. The Radeon HD 4850 card comes in two variants, HD465X-YAF2 (512 MB) and HD465X-ZAF2 (1 GB). Also pictured is the XFX Radeon HD 4830 512MB (model: HD483X-YDFC) that looks identical to the XFX Radeon HD 4850, pictured earlier.

Source: Alternate.de
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14 Comments on More XFX Radeon Series Graphics Cards Pictured

#1
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
Interesting, there are no Crossfire fingers on the HD4650...
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#2
Castiel
I really don't care for the design they have for the cards.
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#3
$ReaPeR$
its very nice to see XFX producing ATI cards
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#4
AsRock
TPU addict
Tht last pic makes it look like a NV card lol..
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#5
KBD
by: AsRock
Tht last pic makes it look like a NV card lol..
yep, yep, most definately. I wouldnt want to buy an ATI card that looks like NV, lol

The other 2 look fine, i'd prefer a red PCB though but black is fine also.
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btarunr
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by: newtekie1
Interesting, there are no Crossfire fingers on the HD4650...
They're still CrossFire capable. Internal CrossFire without the bridges.
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#7
Altered
I like ATI and had some XFX nv cards in the past, this might be good. Interesting to say the least.
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#8
RadeonX2
agree the last one looked NV, but the 1st one looks like a 7200GS :laugh:
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#9
ASharp
I'm assuming you know it's ATI because of the red-ish connectors. Can't wait to see these in stores though.
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#10
LittleLizard
by: btarunr
They're still CrossFire capable. Internal CrossFire without the bridges.
still, why u could want 2 of those, better buy someting better, but is not my decision
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#12
a_ump
i thk the last cooler looks a little bland, and the cover design opening for the fan doesn't look friendly for air flow but hey what can ya do haha at least they make ATI cards now :toast:
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#13
Hayder_Master
by: newtekie1
Interesting, there are no Crossfire fingers on the HD4650...
right , why
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#14
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
by: btarunr
They're still CrossFire capable. Internal CrossFire without the bridges.
I know, most HD4650's don't have the crossfire connectors, I was just hoping that XFX would be one of the few to go above and beyond and include them.

by: LittleLizard
still, why u could want 2 of those, better buy someting better, but is not my decision
People looking to upgrade. I wouldn't buy two flat out. IMO, Crossfire and SLi are only good as upgrade paths.
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