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    The Sapphire Radeon 6790 is the latest in AMD’s Barts lineup, and is positioned to take on the Nvidia GTX 550 Ti in a battle of the budget cards. Priced at $149, this new card looks to offer great gaming value for consumers on a modest budget, promising great temperatures and frugal power consumption.



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    Nice card, not a bad performer for 150 bucks.

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    Nice card for someone doing a budget build that wants decent performance.

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    Nice lil card.

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