AMD's new Radeon HD 4770 is a great little budget card. As we've found, it offers performance close to that of the popular Radeon HD 4850 for $100 (and less after some mail-in rebates).
Of course, why get the 4770 when you can grab a full-blown Radeon HD 4850 for the same price? Believe it or not, you can actually do that with almost no effort involved. Check this out:
Sapphire's 4850 512MB normally sells for $124.99, but Newegg shaves $10 off the price and offers shipping for free right now. Add the promo code "VGA48522" (without the quotes), and you can get the price down another $14.40. Total: $100.59 shipped.
And that's not all. Submit the $15 mail-in rebate (valid until May 16), and you could walk away with this card for just under $86. We tend to distrust mail-in rebates here at TR, but this one is more icing on the cake than anything. You're getting a great graphics card at a fantastic price either way.
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