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#26
I dont agree with that at all.. for the extra $$ there is no way a 4890 is worth it.

By the way when is the 5770 supposed to show up?
The 13th at 12:01 AM eastern. At least that's when the 'embargo' is listed.
 

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thx
 

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i'm curious - i'm on the lookout for cards to replace mine, even if its two so long as it has better idle power consumption


we need a TPU review :D
 

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Why wouldn't they price it higher than the 4770? I mean it's more powerful and it has dx11.
I was reading it was gonna be in the $150-199 range and be a replacement for the 4890. The 5750 was gonna be the replacement for the 4870

one other thing I read was it was like 1.6X better than the 4770, but others said it was similar. It will be nice to see what its really like.
 

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The smaller hole to exit air means the air will be moving faster,ala a venturi in a carburettor.
 
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The smaller hole to exit air means the air will be moving faster,ala a venturi in a carburettor.
Terrible analogy. Carburettor venturi work by the Bernoulli principle. The "negative pressure" in the cylinder chambers creates a low static pressure in the carborettor which makes a small amount of hydrocarbon "sucked in and mixed" through the venturi into the intake manufold.

The venturi is an ENTRY not an EXIT system.
 

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lol, just got me a 4870 today and i love it.:)
:) I thought you were going to get a GTX260. I just bought a 4890 and am also very happy with it. The new cards look very nice, but I agree with you that the current 4870/4890 are still good buys.
 

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:) I thought you were going to get a GTX260. I just bought a 4890 and am also very happy with it. The new cards look very nice, but I agree with you that the current 4870/4890 are still good buys.
I was going to get one, but i wasn't able to buy online so i went out and found the 4870 was cheaper. So i got it instead, and it was a great pick.:)
 
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small hole to vent out the back though.
Well looking at the pick it has a vent out the back and a vent out the side of the card. So the vent it the back is larger than the rear panel will suggest.