Asustek And GeCube Launch ATI Radeon HD 4850-based Graphics Cards

 

Asustek Computer and GeCube have unveiled graphics card products based on AMD’s ATI Radeon HD 4850 GPU. Asustek’s EAH4850/HTDI/1G graphics card’s 1GB built-in memory can provide greatly enhanced performance while allowing users to fully enjoy entertainment without experiencing lag or stuttering even with high resolutions and maximum quality settings, according to Asustek.

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  • Fedor
    I'd really like to see if the extra RAM helps performance at larger resolutions and whatnot. To date, I've never seen more RAM really offer a performance benefit unfortunately, it's almost as if the cards BIOSes aren't even remotely programmed to make use of it.
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  • falchard
    I think it has more to do with the game. Its designed to only make use of 256MB video ram. Whats the point of having 4 times more? Maybe if you use custom up-resed textures you can try and force the difference.
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  • hannibal
    Oblivion has some very big retextures, but even they work fine with 512mb... maybe if I use AA8 or something... In anyway these are great for gf, because you the have enough power for higher ress...
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