PowerColor Ups Ante with Overclocked Radeon HD 4890

"PowerColor today announced it new PCS+ HD 4890, a nicely overclocked graphics card that can tackle the most demanding 3D game with ease."

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PowerColor Ups Ante with Overclocked Radeon HD 4890
 
The overclocked PCS+ HD 4890 from PowerColorPowerColor today announced it new PCS+ HD 4890, a nicely overclocked graphics card that can tackle the most demanding 3D game with ease. The launch is expected to raise the bar further in the already high Radeon HD 4890 market.
 
The original Radeon HD 4890 is available in two variants – XT and OC, both with 1GB of on-board memory, but while the XT variant comes with an 850MHz core and 3,900MHz memory, the OC model has a 900MHz core and 3,900MHz memory.
 
PowerColor has clocked its Professional Cooling System Plus (PCS+) HD 4890 at 950MHz core and 4,400MHz memory. It has strapped on a custom cooler from ZEROtherm with user-defined fan-speed control to provide better-than-reference cooling. The combination is a card that is far superior to the original.
 
To complement its fastest ever HD 4890 card, PowerColor is also be releasing a limited edition Battle Forge – PCS+ HD 4890 bundle. The company claims the card will provide fans of the DirectX 10.1 game, the ultimate gaming experience.
 
While the PCS+ HD 4890 is priced at $249, the game-card bundle will cost $254; both are expected to become available from 5th May.
 
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05-06-2009, 10:57:01

zak4994
Just to revive this thread, :p I have made one/two more wallpapers.
Wallpaper:

Should I add the logo? :p

09-06-2009, 01:27:01

monkey7

http://upload.overclock3d.net/dwn/171128141848/oc3d_1.jpg[/img]

Could you do this one with black anodized aluminium and the oc3d logo a bit less present? I think that would look even better :D

09-06-2009, 02:19:02

Lynx
Yeh that would be cool, im using the silver one atm.

09-06-2009, 11:34:23

zak4994
I'll give it a shot. ;)
Edit:

Without Logo:

Don't complain!
It's probably the best effort I probably am bothered to put into this.
Might make it better tomorrow. Got coursework to do. :p

25-07-2009, 13:08:51

zak4994
Feeling the urge to revive this thread...

New image for XFX-nVidia GPU users!
Suuuper High Res. 5120x1600 pixels at 300DPI.


XFX-ATI version coming soon... :p

25-07-2009, 17:22:29

monkey7
My internet connection hates you now.

I think it would look better if you soften up the white edges in the center a bit.

25-07-2009, 17:34:32

rapidman17

My internet connection hates you now.

I think it would look better if you soften up the white edges in the center a bit.



yh maybe, but only veeery lightly though imo

26-07-2009, 06:48:31

Freak

My internet connection hates you now.

I think it would look better if you soften up the white edges in the center a bit.



Go into the CP, this forum changed the image sizes. You can then change the size of what the forum changes them to.

26-07-2009, 06:50:33

monkey7
It resizes them after downloading the fullsize original ;) So still have to download 5000*x000 pixels only to have them resized to ... 640 I think it is?

26-07-2009, 14:26:07

zak4994
lol.
Since It is killing peoples bandwidth, the link to the ATI one is here: http://zak4994.deviantart.com/art/XFX-ATI-Wallpaper-130851363

Oh and the hardness of the image is due to the embossing. :p
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