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Gainward puts 0.8ns memory on Golden Sample HD4850

0.8ns memory / heat-pipe cooling

| RAM News | Posted: Aug 14, 2008 2:49 am

Alongside the launch of its Radeon HD 4870 X2 graphics card earlier today, Gainward has also introduced its own design HD 4850 "Golden Sample" edition which boasts a very nice overclock thanks to the 0.8ns memory used on the PCB.

 

The core comes clocked at 700MHz (up from the stock 625MHz) whilst the memory operates 200MHz faster than stock models at 2200MHz DDR. Stability is ensured with the inclusion of a superior heat-pipe cooler.

 

You can find the official announcement on it here.

 


Gainward HD 4850 Golden Sample

August, 2008 - Gainward, the world's highest quality graphics company, announced it's own design graphics card of HD4850 chipset, the Gainward HD4850 graphics cards to the market. From performance point of view, the GAINWARD HD4850 Golden Sample brings a 700MHz core clock and 1100MHz memory clock, designed with higher efficiency heatpipe and special cover for better protection and air flow. Designed with 512MB, DDR3 memory and 256bit memory bandwidth, supports PCI-express 2.0 interface and 800 units of stream processors.

 

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