i dont think your power bill is going to be much different with the 4670, and performance is pretty much the same. I dont think it would really be...
that power supply should be pretty sufficient
You can only pair that card with another 3870 or a 3850. Your 650watt power supply should be enough to run those cards together.
try closing ccc and running the game
so you cant raise your gamma with the settings inside the game?
i wonder what the price on these cards are gonna be, they look nice.
no, a 3 series will not crossfire with a 2900.
the vrm's are voltage regulators for the gpu. this one has no heatsink on it.
this one does
the revision 1 cards didnt come with heatsinks on the vrm's, so they have a greater chance of overheating. if you dont have that problem then your...
try to install 7.8 drivers, those worked great for my old 1950pro.
it would be nice if you filled out the rest of your system information, it would help more in figuring out the problem.
is your bluray player fairly new? make sure to run a cleaner disc in your player, sometimes the lazer can get dusty. does your computer have...
it could be your card taking a poo. try it in another friends computer.
yeah thats wayyy to hot for a 3870. when i had a single 3870, it was a sapphire one with a small single slot cooler on it, and even overclocked to...
I just bought another sapphire 3870 to accompany the one i have in crossfire. i turned off my computer, installed the other card, and made sure...
mine uses 50% of each core no matter what game i play.
true, but as he said before, not all just-released products have somewhat functional drivers, which i agree. i would say either one of those...
you mean ati is not making oem cards anymore? youll have to buy one through sapphire or something?
your card could be overheating. make sure theres no dust buildup. also reload your display drivers and see if that works
yes the 3850 is a very large performace boost over the 1950. i say go for it.