Originally Posted by 1Kurgan1
If I am correct 4850's are missing the component that would allow voltage control, so using this on a 4850 would cause issues where as a 4870 might not. And there is 2 options for buying 4890's OC'd... Anything I seen the 4890 puts up a good fight with the 275.
AMD has put two VT1165 voltage controllers on their cards. One is responsible for the VGPU core voltage and the second one controls the memory voltage. This is very nice for overclockers because they can now change both voltages via software. For the average joe, it is a production cost increase that seems quite unnecessary."
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