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Fresh from Canada - ATI's Radeon HD 3450 and HD 3650
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HD3870X2 HD3850Xtreme HD3870 Radeon

Radeon 2400 and 3450 were tested in the "Low" setting (2. 1280x1024p Medium), Radeon 2600, 3650 and Geforce 8600 used the Medium setting (2. 1280x1024p High). All faster cards ran in the High setting (2. 1280x1024p Very High).

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    wild9 , 20 February 2008 06:16
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    Ever since the 2x00 series, ATI’s graphics chips have supported HD video encoding


    Shouldn't that be decoding? :) 
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    mactronix , 20 February 2008 15:54

    Its all well and good comparing like for like but we never seem to get any info that would be relevant to the people who may consider upgrading to these models ie people with 1950 pro's or 7950's .
    mactronix
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    Solitaire , 21 February 2008 18:58
    ^ Yeah. Not to mention people running DX9 and with no intention of being Vista-nated.
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    mactronix , 21 February 2008 21:59
    @ Solitaire
    "Vista-nated" I like that im gonna start using that :) 
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    socarrasandres , 26 December 2009 04:26
    Newbie on computer hardware and was trying to get information on best combination of Processor/Videocard/Ram for FSX, will try to configure a new system and dont want to walk waht has been walked already. Trying to get the best FMS on aprox $1,500 - $2,000 budget.
    Any recommendations?
    Thanks
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    finder , 5 January 2014 20:14
    hard to believe that PCI port can provide 150W