PowerColor LCS HD4870 (Water-Cooled) Graphics Card

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Introduction

When buying a graphics card everyone wants the fastest product they can get for their money and those that are successful get acclaim across the globe which inevitability leads to more sales.

Throughout product lines the same can be said and even in low end parts the model which is known to overclock best regularly sells more than the competition. In the Radeon HD 4870 family there have been numerous overclocked models released in the last few months but few go to the extreme shown by today’s review product, the PowerColor Liquid Cooling Solution HD4870.

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