While we don't doubt for a second that everyone would love to find themselves surrounded by the most high-end computer products, the reality is that sometimes it's simply too expensive or there's the plain old fact that you don't need it.
The low to mid-range market has been heating up over the past few months; NVIDIA released the 9500 GT which I personally felt was a massive disappointment due to the price to performance ration when compared to the 9600 GSO.
ATI / AMD hasn't been asleep, though. The HD 4670 came out and has really managed to impress. The HD 4650 is also supposed to be out, but for some reason it hasn't really shown up on the market. Adding to the HD 4000 series, however, is a new low-end entry level model; the HD 4550.
The exact HD 4550 we have? a Sapphire offering. But before we have a look at just how the new model performs, we'll take the time to see what package Sapphire have put together and have a closer look at the card. Let's check it out!