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    May 2008

    XFX Releases Radeon HD 4000 Series Graphics Cards

    XFX Releases First Radeon™ HD-Powered 4000 Series Graphics Cards. Bad-Ass Performance Never Looked So Good.

    XFX, following its recently announced collaboration with AMD, today introduced its first Radeon™ HD-powered 4000 series cards, the XFX Radeon™ HD 4870, 4850, 4830, 4650 and 4350.

    All five models feature exceptional memory bandwidth, board power and compute power as well as a number of industry-firsts. For example, the XFX Radeon™ HD 4870 is the first graphics card with GDDR5 memory.

    To introduce the new GPU line, XFX selected these five models for their highly desirable gaming features, including superior scalability, state-of-the-art DirectX® 10.1 graphics capabilities, optimal power performance and HDMI support. Designed for serious HD gaming, these graphics cards offer exceptional performance at a variety of price points.

    Future collaborations will include over-clocked versions of these and other popular Radeon™ HD-powered cards.

    Thanks to XFX, these bad-ass cards have never looked so good.

    To learn more about XFX or its new lineup of Radeon™ HD-powered 4000 Series graphics cards, please visit

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    Dec 2007

    Re: XFX Releases Radeon HD 4000 Series Graphics Cards

    Going down the price ladder, XFX's Radeon HD 4850 and 4830 both have stock clock speeds, but XFX has outfitted them with black, rectangular dual-slot coolers that would look right at home on GeForces (see the image gallery below). The new lineup also includes Radeon HD 4650 cards with 512MB and 1GB of DDR2 RAM clocked at a respective 800MHz and 1000MHz. XFX says some of its 4650s have HDMI and DisplayPort outputs, too, although we can't see any differences in the individual product descriptions.

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    May 2008

    Re: XFX Releases Radeon HD 4000 Series Graphics Cards

    Right now, none of these cards seem to have popped up at Newegg,, NCIX, or TigerDirect. We'll bring you an update with pricing information when that changes.

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