X-bit Labs: PowerColor PCS HD4670 512MB GDDR3 Graphics Card: Light-Weight Champion Review

X-bit labs writes: "System requirements of video games on the PC platform are getting ever and ever harsher. Some titles, such as the legendary Crysis, refuse to run fast at the highest graphics quality settings even on the ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 that costs more than $500, let alone the less advanced single-chip cards based on Nvidia's G200 and ATI's RV770. Although the sector of affordable graphics cards have been changed, mainly by the arrival of the Radeon HD 4850 that brought about a new level of performance into the below-$199 segment, graphics cards cheaper than $100 have not been interesting for gamers at all. They were targeted at users who didn't take gaming seriously but who were not satisfied with the capabilities of integrated graphics solutions."

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