Gainward brings out the powerful graphics card for HD gaming - Launches its ATI powered graphics card HD 4870 Golden Sample to the high performance segment.
August, 2008 - Gainward, the world's highest quality graphics company, officially announced the highest segment products of ATI chipsets - Gainward HD 4870 Golden Sample graphics card to the market.
GAINWARD HD4870 GOLDEN SAMPLE KEY FEATURES:
Special custom design tri-heat-pipe cooling system
Low noise dual fan with PWR control
Overclocked 775 MHz core speed and 4000 MHz (4x1000MHz GDDR5) memory speed
Turbo Switch: Dual BIOS unique features to manually OC the card (modes: Normal / Turbo)
Display Port output support
4-phase power stage
512MB or 1024MB version are available
With the powerful enhance of Golden Sample version, Gainward HD 4870 Golden Sample graphics comes with 775 MHz core clock, 4000MHz memory clock and 800 units of stream processors, 512MB or 1024MB high speed DDR5 memory and 256bits memory bandwidth with PCI-express 2.0 interface supports. Gainward HD4870 Golden Sample can completely run with the HD level resolution of DX10.1 games smoothly and deliver the highest quality of gaming experience, upscale the resolution to Full HD level and still get smooth gaming experience on most of games.
HD gaming with more detail effects
Most people purchase latest graphics card for better gaming experience, the previous generation of enthusiast graphics cards supports latest games to play smoothly on today's most popular display sizes, such as 20 and 22-inches. The Gainward HD 4870 Golden Sample graphics card on the other hand allows you to play most games at 1920*1200 which tend to become the default screen resolution for high end gamers. The Gainward HD 4870 Golden Sample takes it to the next level for those with a 24-inch or larger display with a resolution of 1,920x1,200. Custom Filter Anti-Aliasing performance has also been vastly improved on the Gainward HD 4870 Golden Sample which gives you a smoother and lag-free gaming experience, supports the latest DirectX 10.1 API for the best support for the most advanced 3D features in the latest games.
The Gainward HD 4870 Golden Sample supports dual link DVI output with support resolutions up to 2560x1600 and also supports Full HD resolution at 1920x1080 and 1920x1200. It is fully compatible with CRT displays via a DVI to D-sub adapter. Gainward HD 4870 Golden Sample are HDCP compliant and support ATI's AVIVO HD and H.264 decoding which allows you to watch the latest Blue-ray and HD movies on your computer or HDTV. With Gainward and ATI®, you don't just get a great gaming experience but you also get a great HD video experience.
Make it "DUAL"!
To enhance more benefits for end-users, Gainward HD 4870 Golden Sample designed with dual BIOS and dual fan technology. GAINWARD dual BIOS technology is a hardware overclocking switch that allows users to run the Gainward HD 4870 Golden Sample at default frequencies with Core/Memory 750/3600MHz when switch is on "Normal" position or run it at overclocked frequencies Core/Memory 775/4000MHz when switch is on "Turbo" position. It brings up to 8% gaming speed improvement without any difficult for entry level users.
Besides a better tri-heat-pipe design, GAINWARD also improved the thermal design with dual fan solution. We use bigger fan above GPU core and another fan above PWM circuits, the dual fan design brings lower temperature and lower fan noise, also could backup each other to prevent fan issue.
Smart Utility - EXPERTool
Gainward's unique EXPERTool is a smart and easy control software which allows users to monitor GPU's frequency, temperature and fan speed. The fan speed and GPU/Shader/memory clock are also adjustable in the EXPERTool. The native alert tool is the best doorkeeper when the GPU's temperature is over the warning value, it automatically inform users to clock down the settings or turn off your PC to prevent from damaging the card.
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