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  1. Duh, it is no better than the 2600x2 and the x1950prox2 before it. I still remember the quad 8500 and the quad 9800pro. The biggest card that I have seen used up 4 pci slots (w connectors) and used yet another pcb for frame synch.
  2. WTF? Why would some one spend time even designing that....
  3. HAHAHHAHA, nice!
  4. A site did a review on this card, its for businesses, you can use all four dvi outputs at once. Two independent display controllers
    So if you have only one pci-e slot or whatever it has purpose ?

    http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Reviews/Visiontek_HD_4670x2/
  5. OHHHH, I didn't even see that, 4 dvi connector's. Ok, that actually makes sense now.

    Considering the price of Active Display Port Converters, this card might actually be cheaper if you wanted to run 4 monitors, say a security monitoring station, off of one card.
  6. $300.... for a gaming GPU it's a retarded idea. I guess I can see how it could work for a business application with the independent display controllers as notty22 pointed out. But still, $300 is ridiculous for that card in my opinion.

    Heck, for $300 you can get a GTX 470. Yeah, like I said, gaming wise this card is ridiculous.

    I can't imagine they sell a whole lot of those.
  7. notty22 said:
    A site did a review on this card, its for businesses, you can use all four dvi outputs at once. Two independent display controllers
    So if you have only one pci-e slot or whatever it has purpose ?

    http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Reviews/Visiontek_HD_4670x2/

    True, but is there even a market for this?
  8. Stockbrokers and Video Poker addicts.
    You notice both are a form of gambling ? lol
  9. Sorry but even as a way to use more than two monitors it just makes no sense. You can throw a PCI video card into any system for that. Plus this thing is $300 dollars which is just crazy.
  10. It's more like an EXPENSIVE version of HD4850 ... :D
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