Techware Labs writes: "With the new games requiring higher standards of hardware, the ever devoted gamer is again left in search of a good graphics card that will not rip a hole in their wallets. Ultimately, the choice boils down to either nVidia or ATI. Each company has their own advantages. While the nVidia's cards sometimes crunch out better performance in terms of frames per second without AA, ATI has a more feasible consumer interest in mind. ATI tries to focus more creating a great graphics card without adding huge costs in the process, making their cards a better value. Their latest high performance graphics card, Radeon HD 4870 from Palit also introduced new and improved GDDR 5 graphics memory featuring up to 3.6 Gb/s bandwidth. Will this card be the ultimate card for the price for you? If it is, the saying that 2 is better than 1 may be generally true, but will it be in this case? Read on to find your answers, the results might surprise you."