AMD Radeon HD 4830 512MB - Do we need another sub-$150 GPU?
One more mid-range contender
I find it is becoming increasingly difficult to write interesting and witty introductions for mid-range graphics card reviews - we just seem to have had so many of them in recent months that data bank that is my writing ability needs some replenishment. Suffice it to say that today we have YET ANOTHER mid-range graphics card on the table for review and for your approval. The new Radeon HD 4830 512MB card falls into a price gap that AMD has yet to address with a new RV770-based product and as you might expect, shares a lot in common with the rest of the HD 4800-series of cards.
Read on to see what the new offering can offer.
Another Market Shift
Just a few short weeks ago we brought you the AMD Radeon HD 4670 card that offered terrific performance at a sub-$100 price point. Until today, the next best card was the AMD Radeon HD 4850 that goes for something around $150 and up.
Overall the specs are impressive, but no overly so, as you would expect to see in a sub-$150 graphics card.