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No, AMDs new video card line up. Either 4850 or 4870. I realize now that it was kind of vague. I had read a few articles about how that under AMD radeon video cards have gotten all new drivers and that the 4800 series cards are the first to get first day support and was curious if anyone was daring enough to try them out yet.
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The theory is if you teach someone how to think, you will not have to think for them all the time. If we can teach you how to properly ask for help (now) we will save resources (yours and ours) that would have been pointlessly wasted by poorly thought out questions(in the future).
We are here to help but with your attitude then don't expect much!
What attitude? You were confused and I clarified. There shouldn't have been anything about this past the third post. The only reason I have an attitude because I'm not taking YOUR condescending attitude.
The theory is if you teach someone how to think, you will not have to think for them all the time. If we can teach you how to properly ask for help
If you could think then you would have been able to understand my question without coping an attitude. Don't condescend to me when you're too stupid to understand what I said.
Anyway, I got my answer on another forum, so thanks for nothing. You have been completely useless and a complete waste of my time.
I really don't think the point of this forum is to point out that somebody is wrong and then hammer him with post after post about why rather then answering his/her original question.
The discussion about what the original poster should has asked was satisfied with this: "No, AMDs new video card line up. Either 4850 or 4870. I realize now that it was kind of vague. I had read a few articles about how that under AMD radeon video cards have gotten all new drivers and that the 4800 series cards are the first to get first day support and was curious if anyone was daring enough to try them out yet." and yet there was 10 posts after which added nothing productive to the discussion.
Please play nicely with others in the future folks...