Reviews and Problems with Palit Radeon HD 4870 512MB
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Rob Williams, Techgage
1 September 2008
Conclusion: In testing power consumption for our graphic cards, the system components are kept consistent to help keep accurate results. To capture wattage, a Kill-a-Watt is used. It is plugged straight into the wall and the PSU is plugged in directly to it. After the computer boots into Windows and is left idle for five minutes, the idle wattage is captured.
Pros: Top performer for the price-range., Handles games up to 2560×1600 with ease., Accessories include HDMI, TV-Out and VGA adapters., Can upgrade later by adding a second card.