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ricky0819
2009-06-03T02:49:39Z
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tanka12345
2009-06-03T05:40:27Z

4830 wins easily [:D] And the best thing is you can overclock it to match or exceed a 4850. Another option is also the 4770, but it's up to personal preference between the 4830 and 4770, and the 4770s are quite hard to come around [:(]

UnlikelyAura
2009-06-03T12:02:16Z

Hey tanka, your signature specs say you are using windows 7 (RC).. how is it doin so far with gaming? : )  When it is released, I want to get the 64-bit version.

bob_on_the_cob
2009-06-04T09:56:17Z

UnlikelyAura wrote:

Hey tanka, your signature specs say you are using windows 7 (RC).. how is it doin so far with gaming? : )  When it is released, I want to get the 64-bit version.

I've been using it as well. Gaming is solid. No driver issues like the Vista launch.

ricky0819
2009-06-04T11:43:43Z

What if the 9600GT has a specs of E4600 @ 2.9GHZ with 2GB ram

and HD4830 has E2200 @ default clock with 3GB ram

wich is better at gaming and video transcoding?

mentaldisorder
2009-06-04T13:49:21Z

I would imagine more RAM would be better...so probably HD4830.

UnlikelyAura
2009-06-04T16:01:04Z

So you haven't had any compatability issues with drivers, programs, or games, then?

mentaldisorder
2009-06-04T16:30:36Z

I've been running Win7 for a week now and I've had no problems.  In fact I love Win7 and wouldn't dare touch a vista system now.