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    I am buying a new cpu and I need some advice on which graphics card to buy. Which card wud be better in terms of price and performance?

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    Smile Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    give us a budget...........

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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    Bro you need to give us a budget as if maximum price range.

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    the budget is around 15k

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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    ATi HD 4850 512MB (gigabyte/asus/Sapphire any would do)
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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    keep in mind bro ATI owns GeForce now. So yeah 100% agree with CvP bhai.

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    Gigabyte HD4850 GV-R485-512H-B Review Specification :
    Code:
    GPU RV770
    Fabrication Process 55nm
    Graphics Clock 625 MHz
    Memory Clock	990 MHz
    Memory Interface	256-bit
    Memory Size 512MB
    Memory Type GDDR3
    RAMDACs 400 MHz
    Stream Processors 800
    HDCP Support Yes
    HDMI Support Yes (Using DVI-to-HDMI adaptor)
    Connectors	2 x dual-link DVI-I 1 x S-Video Out
    Bus Technology	PCI Express 2.0
    Form Factor	Single Slot Design
    Power Connectors	1 x 6-pin
     
    Features:
    Powered by ATI Radeon HD 4850
    256-bit Memory interface
    DirectX 10.1 and Shader Model 4.1 support
    PCI Express 2.0 support
    On-Chip HDCP
    ATI CrossFireX multi-GPU support for highly scalable performance
    Up to 24x Custom Filter Anti-Aliasing
    55nm Process Technology
    Built-in HDMI and 7.1 surround audio
    ATI AVIVO HD Video and Display technology
    Unified Video Decoder 2 (UVD) for Blu-ray and HD DVD
    XFX GeForce® 9800 GTX 512MB DDR3 XXX PV-T98F-YDD9 Specification :
    Code:
     
    Bus Type 	PCI-E 2.0 			
    GPU Clock MHz 740 MHz
    [The main attributes of the GPU are the core clock rate]	 			
    Shader Clock (MHz) 1850 MHz
    [The number of pipelines (vertex and fragment shaders), which translate a 3D image characterized by vertices and lines into a 2D image formed by pixels.] 			
    Stream Processors 128
    [Through the use of stream processing, computer benefit from the ability to transparently access a large number of 'cores' (or, computational units) on a chip without having to separately manage each and every one of them along with their associated busses, memories, I/O, etc.]
    Texture Fill Rate 47.36 Billion/Sec
    [This is the speed at an image can be rendered or "painted". This rate is specified in texels per second, the number of 3D pixels that can be painted per second. A texel is a pixel with depth (3D). The fill rate comes from the combined performance of the clock speed of the processor and the number of pixels it can process per clock cycle, and will tell you how quickly an image can be fully rendered on screen.] 			
    Pixels per clock (peak) 	64 			
    [This impacts on the rendering capability of the GRU. The clock speed itself is not the critical factor. Rather it is the per-clock performance of the graphics processor, which is indicated by the number of pixels it can process per clock cycle.]
    Memory Interface Bus (bit) 256
    [The bit data rate between memory and the GPU.]
    Memory Type 	DDR3
    [VRAM was typically based on DDR technology. During and after that year, manufacturers moved towards the vastly superior DDR2, GDDR3 and GDDR4.]
    Memory Size (MB) 	512 MB
    [the video card will have its own video memory which is called Video RAM or VRAM.]
    Memory Clock (MHz)	2280 MHz 			
    [The memory clock rate in modern cards are generally between 400 MHz and 2.4 GHz.]
    Minimum Power Requirement (Watt) 450W
    [This is the minimum power supply wattage requirement for the graphics card to perform properly.]
    Technology 	  	  	  	 
    Output HDCP Capable 1
    [Designed to meet the output protection management (HDCP) and security specifications of the Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD formats, allowing the playback of encrypted movie content on PCs when connected to HDCP-compliant displays. Requires other HDCP-compatible components.]			
    
    Microsoft® DirectX® Support 	10.0 			
    [The standard for today's PCs and next-generation consoles enables stunning and complex effects for cinematic realism. NVIDIA GPUs offer the most complete implementation of the Shader Model feature set-including vertex texture fetch (VTF)-to ensure top-notch compatibility and performance for all DirectX applications.]
    Shader Model Support 	4.0 			
    [Enables stunning and complex special effects. Next-generation shader architecture delivers faster and smoother gameplay.]
    Open GL Optimization and Support 2.1
    [Ensures top-notch compatibility and performance for OpenGL applications.]
    Other 	  	  	  	 
    Cooling Fansink	√ 			
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    Max Resolution Digital Hoizontal 	2560 			
    [Maximum Horizontal Screen Resolution indicates the maxiumum possible sharpness and clarity of an image that a monitor can display, measured in number of dots (pixels) horizontally.]
    Max Resolution Digital Vertical 1600
    [Maximum Vertical Screen Resolution indicates the maxiumum possible sharpness and clarity of an image that a monitor can display, measured in number of dots (pixels) vertically.] 			
    ROHS 	√ 			
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    Profile Double
    [Some graphics cards have the capability to swap out the current bracket to make it compatible with low-profile computer systems that require a lower bracket card.]
    thats the specification described also!
    here is crysis benchmark


    Last edited by abir; December 28th, 2008 at 23:32.

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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    Nvidia still pwns ati now!They wield stronger cards costing more price.

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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Nvidia still pwns ati now!They wield stronger cards costing more price.
    with higher price
    a 4850 is cheaper than a 9800 GTX i guess..

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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    I did say that with higher price.A GtX 295 can beat a 4870X2. I'm soooooooooo happy! (Nvidia fanboy here )

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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    ato high price diya gpu kina maane hoy na ...... basically buy sth with a lower price like Radeon 4850 and upgrade it after 3 years ......... coz average gaming pc life is around 2-3 years ........ n no matter weder u buy Radeon 4870 x2 or GTX 265, it becomes obsolete after 2-3 years ........ just like no1 bothers abt 7800 GTX or Radeon HD 2900 these days ....... but they r only 2-3 years old cards ..........

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    Gigabyte HD4850 GV-R485-512H-B Review Specification :
    Code:
    GPU RV770
    Fabrication Process 55nm
    Graphics Clock 625 MHz
    Memory Clock    990 MHz
    Memory Interface    256-bit
    Memory Size 512MB
    Memory Type GDDR3
    RAMDACs 400 MHz
    Stream Processors 800
    HDCP Support Yes
    HDMI Support Yes (Using DVI-to-HDMI adaptor)
    Connectors    2 x dual-link DVI-I 1 x S-Video Out
    Bus Technology    PCI Express 2.0
    Form Factor    Single Slot Design
    Power Connectors    1 x 6-pin
     
    Features:
    Powered by ATI Radeon HD 4850
    256-bit Memory interface
    DirectX 10.1 and Shader Model 4.1 support
    PCI Express 2.0 support
    On-Chip HDCP
    ATI CrossFireX multi-GPU support for highly scalable performance
    Up to 24x Custom Filter Anti-Aliasing
    55nm Process Technology
    Built-in HDMI and 7.1 surround audio
    ATI AVIVO HD Video and Display technology
    Unified Video Decoder 2 (UVD) for Blu-ray and HD DVD
    XFX GeForce® 9800 GTX 512MB DDR3 XXX PV-T98F-YDD9 Specification :
    Code:
     
    Bus Type     PCI-E 2.0             
    GPU Clock MHz 740 MHz
    [The main attributes of the GPU are the core clock rate]                 
    Shader Clock (MHz) 1850 MHz
    [The number of pipelines (vertex and fragment shaders), which translate a 3D image characterized by vertices and lines into a 2D image formed by pixels.]             
    Stream Processors 128
    [Through the use of stream processing, computer benefit from the ability to transparently access a large number of 'cores' (or, computational units) on a chip without having to separately manage each and every one of them along with their associated busses, memories, I/O, etc.]
    Texture Fill Rate 47.36 Billion/Sec
    [This is the speed at an image can be rendered or "painted". This rate is specified in texels per second, the number of 3D pixels that can be painted per second. A texel is a pixel with depth (3D). The fill rate comes from the combined performance of the clock speed of the processor and the number of pixels it can process per clock cycle, and will tell you how quickly an image can be fully rendered on screen.]             
    Pixels per clock (peak)     64             
    [This impacts on the rendering capability of the GRU. The clock speed itself is not the critical factor. Rather it is the per-clock performance of the graphics processor, which is indicated by the number of pixels it can process per clock cycle.]
    Memory Interface Bus (bit) 256
    [The bit data rate between memory and the GPU.]
    Memory Type     DDR3
    [VRAM was typically based on DDR technology. During and after that year, manufacturers moved towards the vastly superior DDR2, GDDR3 and GDDR4.]
    Memory Size (MB)     512 MB
    [the video card will have its own video memory which is called Video RAM or VRAM.]
    Memory Clock (MHz)    2280 MHz             
    [The memory clock rate in modern cards are generally between 400 MHz and 2.4 GHz.]
    Minimum Power Requirement (Watt) 450W
    [This is the minimum power supply wattage requirement for the graphics card to perform properly.]
    Technology                        
    Output HDCP Capable 1
    [Designed to meet the output protection management (HDCP) and security specifications of the Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD formats, allowing the playback of encrypted movie content on PCs when connected to HDCP-compliant displays. Requires other HDCP-compatible components.]            
    
    Microsoft® DirectX® Support     10.0             
    [The standard for today's PCs and next-generation consoles enables stunning and complex effects for cinematic realism. NVIDIA GPUs offer the most complete implementation of the Shader Model feature set-including vertex texture fetch (VTF)-to ensure top-notch compatibility and performance for all DirectX applications.]
    Shader Model Support     4.0             
    [Enables stunning and complex special effects. Next-generation shader architecture delivers faster and smoother gameplay.]
    Open GL Optimization and Support 2.1
    [Ensures top-notch compatibility and performance for OpenGL applications.]
    Other                        
    Cooling Fansink    √             
    [Sometimes known as an active cooling device, a small electrical fan which drives air across a heat sink and as such will generate a small amount of noise. It is more effective than a heat sink alone at cooling.]
    Max Resolution Digital Hoizontal     2560             
    [Maximum Horizontal Screen Resolution indicates the maxiumum possible sharpness and clarity of an image that a monitor can display, measured in number of dots (pixels) horizontally.]
    Max Resolution Digital Vertical 1600
    [Maximum Vertical Screen Resolution indicates the maxiumum possible sharpness and clarity of an image that a monitor can display, measured in number of dots (pixels) vertically.]             
    ROHS     √             
    [The RoHS Directive stands for "the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment". This Directive bans the placing on the EU market of new electrical and electronic equipment containing more than agreed levels of lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants.]
    Profile Double
    [Some graphics cards have the capability to swap out the current bracket to make it compatible with low-profile computer systems that require a lower bracket card.]
    thats the specification described also!
    here is crysis benchmark


    y only crysis benchmark ...... ai akta benchmark dekle to shobai biased hobe towards nvidia .....
    Last edited by [email protected]; December 29th, 2008 at 00:58. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    hmmm...maybe its about time BG made a sticky of recommended cards around specific price ranges. There are so many threads asking the same questions. This is what? the 8th time someone has been recommended the 4850?

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    I totally agree with aayman.It's a bit annoying having to answer the same que (No offence)

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    Last edited by CvP; December 29th, 2008 at 06:48. Reason: link fixed
    The abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power.
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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post

    404 at the time of the post.


    - Get 4850, without thinking/reading much other posts


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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    If your budget is around 15k then u should go for ATI HD4850.
    Excellent card
    Excellent features
    Amazing Scores over Geforce
    Unbelievable Price
    SO DONT EVEN THINK ABOUT ANYTHING ELSE!!!!
    Last of all I want to say, I have been a biggest fan of Nvidia but this time ATI does something magical with there HD48XX seriese. So just go wid this series you wount be dissapointed with even larger resulution.
    Best of luck buddy!
    ..:: CRAZY GAMER ::..

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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_gamer View Post
    If your budget is around 15k then u should go for ATI HD4850.
    Excellent card
    Excellent features
    Amazing Scores over Geforce
    Unbelievable Price
    SO DONT EVEN THINK ABOUT ANYTHING ELSE!!!!
    Last of all I want to say, I have been a biggest fan of Nvidia but this time ATI does something magical with there HD48XX seriese. So just go wid this series you wount be dissapointed with even larger resulution.
    Best of luck buddy!
    true !!

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    Default Re: Advice on buying graphics card

    ultimate choice has to be 4850 ..
    http://banglagamer.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=19&dateline=1231856079

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