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Price of 4850 w/ Arctic Cooling ACCEL

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Nick89, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Nick89

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    Looks like a pretty sweet monitor. A 1gb 4870 should have no problem with it.
     
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    Bigger then my monitor. Must be awesome.:)
     
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    how much for the 4850 with the cooler?
     
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    A 4850 would be fine. My single 4830 did fine and crossfire did even better. I say get the monitor, see how your games perform and then decide if you want the 4870 instead.
     
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    You should be able to get $130-150 for the 4850 with the cooler if you can sell it before the 4850/70 MSRP drops again.

    The 1Gb 4870 will handle that monitor better.
     
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    I was thinking 150$ with the Arctic S1 cooler, and 130$ for the card with its stock cooler.

    I have a 3650 for back up while I puchase a new card. Anyone interested? If you are I can make a for sell thread with pics. I have a heatware account also.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102770 <-That is my exact card.

    going to bed now see you guys tomarrow.
     
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    4870 may struggle on the odd game. *cough* crysis. But otherwise should be good, especially if you have a nice overclock goin.
     
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    I have one, it's a great monitor. Crystal clear and beautiful colors, not to mention 1920 x 1200 gaming. Have fun.
     
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    You picked a bad time to sell your HD4850, with the recent price drops on RV770 cards...
     
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    i have the 22" version of that monitor.great choice

    maybe thinking to myself that i should of got a 4870 instead of a 4850 now.hmm
     
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    I know, but theres not much I can do now.
     
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