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$24 price drop. Tiger Direct has the Sapphire Radeon 100315L HD 6850 1GB DDR5 2DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card for $108 - $15 rebate [Exp 6/30] + $2 shipping = $96 shipped. Features 2560 x 1600 max resolution, Microsoft DirectX 11, Shader Model 5.0, OpenGL 3.2, and Dual DVI, HDMI 1.4a, and DisplayPort outputs. Includes a free DIRT3 PC game coupon.

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    226tim1 Ben's cred: 19
    Posted 8:02 am PDT 06/21/12

    This is just what I need to soup up my old Commodore 64.

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    spartan805 Ben's cred: 63
    Posted 8:05 am PDT 06/21/12

    Dang, just paid $100 for used XFX.

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    Fannatick Ben's cred: 66
    Posted 8:11 am PDT 06/21/12

    This seems like a good deal but I'll wait for Casecutter to weigh in.

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    dorianh49 Ben's cred: 99
    Posted 8:29 am PDT 06/21/12

    I hate rebates, but I feel ya Fannatick. Casecutter is the final word on this stuff Smile

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    Sliver Ben's cred: 118
    Posted 9:23 am PDT 06/21/12

    Check history, Casecutter fanboyz. He's written about the card at length in the past. It's a good deal.

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    Fannatick Ben's cred: 66
    Posted 9:33 am PDT 06/21/12

    Ok, so how much of an increase am I going to see with this card over my ATI Radeon HD 4870?

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    dorianh49 Ben's cred: 99
    Posted 10:12 am PDT 06/21/12

    Fannatick wrote:
    Ok, so how much of an increase am I going to see with this card over my ATI Radeon HD 4870?

    Weird. That's the same card I got at Casecutter's recommendation. Guess I am a fanboy....

    Also, from what I remember him saying, the 4870 is almost as powerful as the 6870, so it should be faster than this card. I might be wrong in my recollection, though.

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    Fannatick Ben's cred: 66
    Posted 10:19 am PDT 06/21/12

    Yeah I was able to swap with my friend who bought a used comp that had the 4870 in it for my 9500GT, he needed a HDMI slot....lol

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    Casecutter Ben's cred: 1486
    Posted 12:01 pm PDT 06/21/12

    Over the 4870 only one rung higher and still fairly relavant other than Dx11, so no not enough to justify. You need to be 6950 or 7850 3-4 rung higher to se it as worth while. I'd hold till 7850 dip below $200 then think of moving.

    Not a fan boy just a realist what $100 card give this much BfB a GTX460 is >$120 still
    http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1053/pg1/amd-radeon-6870-and-6850-graphics-card-review-introduction.html

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    the Ben's cred: 16
    Posted 12:19 pm PDT 06/21/12

    Is it worthwhile to upgrade from my 4850?

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3570
    Posted 12:21 pm PDT 06/21/12

    ^ If you have a use for the 4850 once it's pulled, otherwise not so much unless you're really really into one game in particular and your card is only a little too slow for it to be enjoyable.

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    ghickey Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 12:28 pm PDT 06/21/12

    Might get me one of these

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    dorianh49 Ben's cred: 99
    Posted 10:17 pm PDT 06/21/12

    Actually, I just realized I have a 5870, not a 4870.

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    Anonymous Ben's cred: 1677690
    Posted 7:04 am PDT 06/24/12

    Then don't bother dorianh49 the 5870 destroys this step backwards easily.

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