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HIS HD 4670 IceQ Turbo 512 MB


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No, the con is that it doesn't come with one, when other cards do. What part is hard to understand here? It doesn't matter if I know about it or not. Other cards come with one, this one should also. It doesn't, so it is a con. A crossfire connector is a standard thing that should come with every crossfire card.

Again, I know it has a dual-slot cooler, and I know it doesn't have native HDMI, yet both are still cons.
my 4870's say crossfire support and HDMI capable with audio on the box - yet they didnt come with either accesory.

Its definately annoying when the box says it can do something, without saying NOT INCLUDED.