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Wednesday, 03 September 2008 10:02

RV730 neck and neck with HD3850

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Benched on Chinese site


The guys
over at publish.it168.com got a hold of an RV730/HD4670 card and put it through its paces.

Apparently ATI's new mid range card packs quite a punch, and it can even keep up with the HD3850, trailing behind by only a few FPS in most tests. In Crysis it is twice as fast as Nvidia's 9500GT.

The RV730 has the same number of shaders as the venerable RV670, but it uses a 128-bit memory bus. The HD4670 will be clocked at 750MHz, while the HD4650 will end up at 600MHz.

Both cards should launch in late September.

More here.
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