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Old May 31, 2010, 12:37 PM
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Hey Everyone,

I have a used Sapphire 4890 1GB Vapor-X for Sale
Core Clock 870MHz
Effective Memory Clock 1050MHz (4.2 Gbps)
Memory Size 1GB
Memory Interface 256-bit
Memory Type GDDR5

It includes a HDMI to DVI adapter cable, crossfire bridge, driver cd, two 4 pin to 6 pin power cables and the original BCOM computers receipt if you want it (Purchased July of 09 so you can be sneaky and still have a warranty maybe (Just pretend you're me lol)). The card has HDMI, display port, VGA and DVI outputs.

While it's almost a year old, its really only barely used since I've been working out of town the last year and it was in my home computer the whole time. Maybe has 60 hours of actual gaming on it (if that). The only thing I don't have is the original box and manual.

SOLD!

PM is the way to go. Any questions let me know.
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Old June 3, 2010, 09:59 AM
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Uh-oh second page! Time for a bump, might as well price drop too!
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It looks like it has an intel stock cooler under that shroud lol .. does the cooler provide sufficient cooling ?
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Absolutely, it looks a little odd (much nicer in person IMO than in the picture), but Vapor-Xs are the best cooled of ATI's lineup. OCC has a review here: Sapphire HD 4890 Toxic/Vapor-X Review - Overclockers Club

if you want more info on Vapor-X in general, check out the great 5870 Vapor-X review or the 5850 Toxic here on HWC
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I'll totally jump on it if I had money, Free bump.
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