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Radeon HD 4890 Atomic edition packs 1GHz GPU

Written by IT News on 11:26 PM

Advanced Micro Devices has recently announced several new additions to its computer equipment layout, including the highly anticipated RV790-based Radeon HD4890 graphics card.

One of the main features of the latest high-performance, single-GPU video card is that it will provide PC enthusiasts with a GPU that can go as high as 1 GHz per core, even though the reference board comes with a GPU speed of 850MHz.

Fortunately, they are always looking for the ultimate in performance GPU, Sapphire, one of AMD's main partner, is expected to launch of the Radeon HD4890 Atomic Edition.

The card comes with a GPU pumped out working at an impressive 1000MHz per core, while the memory is set to 4200MHz.

The huge boost in clock rates of this card will certainly enthusiasts with the performance required to run all the latest gaming applications at high resolutions, especially since this card is over kill for ordinary end users.

The card has a massive dual-core cooling solution and six pin and eight pin power connectors. Compared with the reference card, the Radeon HD 4890 Atomic edition has the further eight pins, replacing the six-pin connector on the standard model. Using Sapphire's Vapor-X cooling technology, the Atomic card promises to deliver the performance you expect from AMD's fastest single-GPU card on the market.

Unfortunately the map is not official and Sapphire continues to communicate it to the market. But if you think a reference Radeon HD4890 has a starting price point of U.S. $ 235, you can expect something like U.S. $270 - U.S. $300.
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