Was helping a friend look for a graphics card for their slim Dell desktop, so I decided to look around on NewEgg. Haven't bothered to look into the HD 4000 series in-depth for a while...anyways, I was browsing around and something caught my eyes that made me pause - a ATi Radeon HD 4670 X2 for sale?!
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6814129158
This card has 4 DVI ports, and basically double the specs of an average 4670. But the odd thing is that it still has the 128-bit memory interface found on a normal 4670. Shouldn't it be 256-bit? (128-bit x 2). Maybe Visiontek intended this or there is a mis-read on NewEgg's side.
seems kinda late to introduce a 4670 X2 with the HD 6000 series already coming...also a hefty price of $319.99 - on sale now for $299.99 + shipping. You can get a 5850 for that price!
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Last edited by lordvic on Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:04 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Nah it's correct on it being 128 bit x2 . It's literally the same thing as if you got two 4670's separately into Crossfire. Same with 5970's and Nvidia's dual GPU solutions.
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