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    Default [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Here is the price list from UCC of Sapphire GPUs:


    • Radeon HD4890 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO OC VERSION
      • BDT 22,500/=



    • Radeon HD4870 X2 2GB GDDR5 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO
      • BDT 39,500/=



    • Radeon HD4870 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO
      • BDT 19,000/=



    • Radeon TOXIC HD4870 512MB GDDR5 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO OC VERSION

      • BDT 16,000/=



    • Radeon HD4850 X2 2GB GDDR3 PCI-E QUAD DV-I/TVO
      • BDT 25,000/=



    • Radeon HD4850 X2 1GB GDDR3 PCI-E QUAD DV-I/TVO
      • BDT 19,000/=



    • Radeon HD4850 1GB GDDR3 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO
      • BDT 14,000/=



    • Radeon TOXIC HD4850 512MB GDDR3 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO
      • BDT 11,700/=



    • Radeon HD4830 1GB DDR3 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO
      • BDT 11,200/=



    • Radeon HD4830 512MB GDDR3 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO
      • BDT 9,500/=



    • Radeon HD4770 512MB GDDR5 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO (ROHS) FULL
      • BDT 9,500/=



    • Radeon HD4670 1GB DDR3 PCI-E DUAL DV-I/TVO
      • BDT 8,500/=



    • Radeon HD4670 512MB GDDR3 PCI-E HDMI/DV-I/VGA
      • BDT 7,500/=



    • Radeon HD4670 512MB GDDR4 PCI-E HDMI/DV-I/VGA
      • BDT 8,200/=



    • Radeon HD4650 1GB DDR2 PCI-E TVO/DV-I/VGA
      • BDT 6,600/=



    • Radeon HD4650 512MB DDR3 VRAM PCI-E HDMI/DV-I/VGA W/ 1GB HM
      • BDT 5,600/=



    • Radeon HD4550 512MB DDR3 VRAM PCI-E HDMI/DV-I/VGA W/ 1GB HM
      • BDT 4,700/=



    • Radeon HD4350 1GB DDR2 PCI-E DUAL TVO/DV-I
      • BDT 4,500/=



    • Radeon HD4350 512MB VRAM HM DDR2 PCI-E DUAL HDMI/DV-I/VGA 1GB HM
      • BDT 3,700/=



    • Radeon HD2400 PRO 512MB DDR2 PCI-E TVO/DV-I/VGA
      • BDT 2,800/=



    • Radeon X1650 PRO 512MB DDR2 AGP VGA/TVO/DV-I
      • BDT 5,000/=

    Last edited by Deep -xCross-; May 28th, 2009 at 01:23.
    seeing is believing..

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    how come 4770 is 9500???
    i just got my friend a 4770 for 8700
    not from UCC but UCC also wanted 8700
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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Keep in mind guys, always choose the HD 4770 over the HD 4830

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    hey mazhar.......wich one is better.........??
    1. 4870 1 GB
    2. 4850 X2 1 GB

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    thogh the question is not for me but it should be 4850 X2
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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Devil View Post
    hey mazhar.......wich one is better.........??
    1. 4870 1 GB
    2. 4850 X2 1 GB
    At higher resolutions, 4870 1GB

    The 4850X2 1GB has a 512MB framebuffer, since each card has only 512MB memory. So at higher resolutions, it becomes framebuffer limited

    In any case, in games where crossfire scaling is good, 4850X2 should be faster and in games where crossfire scaling is bad, 4870 1GB will win. Higher resolutions and details, 4870 will win. Overall, Id say the 4870 1GB for all around performance since performance will not vary from one game to another, it will be more stable

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    At higher resolutions, 4870 1GB

    The 4850X2 1GB has a 512MB framebuffer, since each card has only 512MB memory. So at higher resolutions, it becomes framebuffer limited

    In any case, in games where crossfire scaling is good, 4850X2 should be faster and in games where crossfire scaling is bad, 4870 1GB will win. Higher resolutions and details, 4870 will win. Overall, Id say the 4870 1GB for all around performance since performance will not vary from one game to another, it will be more stable
    so,.....since their priz is same........thn should i go for 4870....???

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    to make ur computer look better u should go with 4850x2
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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Devil View Post
    so,.....since their priz is same........thn should i go for 4870....???
    I guess you should. In the future, more games will take advantage of more than k512MB framebuffer, so Id recommend the 4870 1GB.

    Since there isnt a big price difference, why not go for the 4890 1GB?

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Future games will also take advantage of the extra 800SP of the 4850X2. To me the 4850 X2 is a better choice.
    Ati is building its Driver to make it more efficient in Dual GPUs, thats wat it seems with their recent updates.

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Here is the review of 4850X2 1gb vs 4870 1gb
    http://enthusiast.hardocp.com/articl...50aHVzaWFzdA==

    From the review it seems that 4850X2 1gb is weaker than 4870 1gb in every modern game at high resolution. U cant play smoothly with 4850X2 as frames drops hugely and it cause unstability though the max fps is higher than 4870 1gb but minimum fps is too low to play. Again 4850X2 require huge amount of power. U need atleast 550-600w psu to use this graphics card..If u get 4850X2 2gb then it has much power to beat gtx 280 but !gb version is worse bcz of small frame buffer
    (512mb)


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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Ya true that 4870 1GB wins at higher resolution, But i doubt his current monitor supports such high resolutions. The fact is .. he will get a lot better average frame rates with 4850X2 with his current 19" monitors highest resolution, Correct me if i am wrong.

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Quote Originally Posted by GiDDY_SOUL View Post
    Ya true that 4870 1GB wins at higher resolution, But i doubt his current monitor supports such high resolutions. The fact is .. he will get a lot better average frame rates with 4850X2 with his current 19" monitors highest resolution, Correct me if i am wrong.
    about monitor.......yap that's true...........
    but as shaikh said..........psu is a prob for me........
    i don't have enough money for buy a 550 or600w psu......

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Quote Originally Posted by shaikh_imtiaj View Post
    Here is the review of 4850X2 1gb vs 4870 1gb
    http://enthusiast.hardocp.com/articl...50aHVzaWFzdA==

    From the review it seems that 4850X2 1gb is weaker than 4870 1gb in every modern game at high resolution. U cant play smoothly with 4850X2 as frames drops hugely and it cause unstability though the max fps is higher than 4870 1gb but minimum fps is too low to play. Again 4850X2 require huge amount of power. U need atleast 550-600w psu to use this graphics card..If u get 4850X2 2gb then it has much power to beat gtx 280 but 1gb version is worse bcz of small frame buffer
    (512mb)
    I like the fact that you linked to a [H]ard|OCP review, they test video cards like no other review site and it shows things in a very different and usually more realistic light

    Theres a catch-22 situation. At higher resolutions, 4850X2 1GB becomes framebuffer limited. At lower resolutions, crossfire scaling is limited! Hence, the 4850X2 wouldnt be the right choice over the 4870 1GB. Also, while I agree that AMD is working very hard at driver level crossfire support, there invariably are games that dont get the scaling right from day one of their release and in those situations its just better to stick with a single GPU card

    Id say go for the 4870/4890 1GB

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    let's discuss about the prices

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    ive bought sapphire toxic 4870 1 gb for 22,500tk, one month ago.............
    could have grabbed that 4890 if i had waited oh well............ :closedeyes:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Keep in mind guys, always choose the HD 4770 over the HD 4830
    yap
    here is the benchmark of 4770 vs 4830 vs 9800GT
    the result is 4770>9800GT>4830
    whats the actual price of 4770 now?

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    AMD can already present officially the Radeon HD 4770. The characteristics of this card are familiar. Being the first chip AMD, released on 40 nm technological processes, it includes 640 stream processors and 128- bit bus memory. Elder model is equipped with GDDR- 5 memory which allows to reach a high memory capacity . Associate published a detailed review of this video card, he tested the Radeon HD 4770 with different setting in 10 applications and also compared it with six video cards. Three AMD video card : (Radeon HD 4830 (640SP), Radeon HD 4830 (800SP), Radeon HD 4850) and three NVIDIA (GeForce 9800 GT green edition, GeForce 9800 GT, GeForce GTS 250). The Most interesting is the comparison of this new AMD card with the Radeon HD 4830 (640SP) and GeForce 9800 GT as equivalent cost products. Radeon HD 4770 exceeds both competitors on average by 9% and 6% respectively. However, average result does not reflect a complete picture, in a number of applications and regimes the GeForce 9800 GT was faster:


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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    let's discuss about the prices

    4770 8.7k diya koi paowa jay?

    Khaise CvP er mone hoi builtin graphics use er din shes.
    8.7k diye HD4770 kenar plan.

    Jai hok Ucc te last 9200taka bolese.
    2year aager 54,000takar 8800gtx er preformance ekhon 9,200takar HD4770 te.
    Gpu upgrade\kenar er theke valo offer r ki hote pare

    Btw. amio kintu koyekdiner moddhe ekta kenar plan kortesi

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    I think I saw the 4770 for Tk8500 at Dreamland Computers.

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    Default Re: [Price List] Sapphire ATi GPUs in UCC

    Quote Originally Posted by Muradd9 View Post
    2year aager 54,000takar 8800gtx er theke better performance ekhon 9,000takar HD4770 te.
    Fixed

    the last couple of years have brought GPU prices down tremendously, and thank AMD/ATI for that

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