It seems that more ATI AIB partners are jumping onto the fastest card bandwagon by bringing out their 1GHz+ clocked HD 4890 to the market with their own special designed cooler and PCB. Recently, Sapphire announced their ATOMIC Edition using Vapor-X Vapor Chamber Cooling technology that allows their card to clock at 1GHz core and 1050MHz for the memories. Today, TUL just announced the PowerColor PCS++ HD4890 card that is clocked at 1010MHz core and 1100MHz memory which is slightly higher than the Sapphire’s solution. Any lastly, soon to be announced Cyclone R4890 card from MSI that will be clocked above 1GHz too.


It seems that more ATI AIB partners are jumping onto the fastest card bandwagon by bringing out their 1GHz+ clocked HD 4890 to the market with their own special designed cooler and PCB.

Recently, Sapphire announced their ATOMIC Edition using Vapor-X Vapor Chamber Cooling technology that allows their card to clock at 1GHz core and 1050MHz for the memories. Sapphire mentioned that they will be releasing more models for HD 4890 in the coming weeks.

Today, TUL just announced the PowerColor PCS++ HD4890 card that is clocked at 1010MHz core and 1100MHz memory which is slightly higher than the Sapphire’s solution. Am i seeing a MHz race here? It is using the same ZEROtherm cooling system like the previous PCS HD4890 series.

   

Any lastly, soon to be announced Cyclone R4890 card from MSI that will be clocked above 1GHz too.

I am sure more AIB partner will be unveiling their 1GHz+ HD4890 cards soon.

 

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