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AMD Radeon HD 6870 Reference Design Looks Refined, Ready to Market

Rebelstar

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Oh I see. Thanks for calmed me down.
 
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Well, what should I to do with my DP-VGA adapter since new card using mini-DP. To order another f****g adapter to have this scheme? DP-VGA -> miniDP-DP -> 68XX
It's like AMD abandoned army of eyefinity users: "Well, f**k them. We'll design new card with the new mini-dp slot and we don't care about their DP-VGA adapters"
Very dissapointing.
Could've ended up like my damn ASUS CUcore 5770 (only got them because at the time, I saved about $55USD), One HDMI, One DVI, One VGA :shadedshu I think the USER should decide with an adapter whether or not they need VGA! What is a person supposed to do when they don't have a relic monitor? From what little testing I did, the second 5770 won't output video, so it's not like I can use it's DVI:rolleyes:

I don't know if they can ship to Belarus or not, but Monoprice.com is by far the cheapest place I've come across for cables, adapters, etc etc. One could always see about the total cost of shipping to someone on the forums, then having them ship it to you. Then compare that overall price to what it would cost for you to get it.
 
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