Reviews and Problems with XFX Radeon 4890 1024MB DDR5 Standard (HD-489A-ZDFC)
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13 September 2010
Summary: This video card has so much power, I used it on my LED TV at 1980*1280 resolution, I haven't use the overclocking feature because I haven't felt for the need. This card at max depths, has no need to work at it most, I have configured on OC 750 and 800 Mhz for the GPU and memory, as you can see there...
Summary: I did a lot of research before buying this one and I am glad to say that the research was well worth it as I got the best card at the best price. After a year or so of usage, I am glad to report that the card manages to churn out awesome performance even at the highest settings.
Summary: This is one fantastic card! I loved this card, but it was a very small improvement over my XFX 4870. Basicly a few extra FPS, not worth the extra money. And, direct x 11? whats that?! Save cash and buy the 4870. Or, if you want to save some on the electric bill, AND have Direct X 11, buy the 4890.
Summary: I received the product in time for pay for fast delivery, arrived on time, the product was not bad just some minor scratches and the box a little broken, but eventually I hope to continue working well so I also expect the price to fall if open box product is expected to have no problems with this...
Summary: this was the card i wanted, but instead got the verson with just cooling for GPU, and NONE for the Gddr5 memory, them mem chips hit 100 Degres C. in gpu Z. then the card freezes up in game. i wish amazon actually sent me this card instead of the other 1.
Summary: I have been using HD4890XFX for two month and It can handle more demand than my previous xfx9800gx2 Now I can run Burnout paradise at 4x anti-alias 1680*1050 at 60fps, all the games are overall faster with anti-alias enabled the SELF-underclocking ability of the card is the best feature it drops to...
Summary: This card is unbelievably fast. I play Crysis with everything turned all the way up and it does not even slow the machine down ( I am running a Core 2 Duo @ 3GHZ.) I have had no problem with the stock cooler as it runs only about 51c after hard gaming.
Summary: At first I was a little hesitant to make the commitment to the XFX HD489AZDFC Radeon HD 4890. I mean, as I write this, ATI has released their 5000 series cards, all under [...], and all purportedly an order of magnitude than the 4000 series cards.
Summary: For under $200, this is a great video card. I run all my games at ultra high settings and get greater than 60 fps most of the time. Sometimes the fan on the card makes a strange noise but it continues to spin. It requires 2 6-pin PCIe connectors.