Sapphire announced the availability of the ATI FirePro™ V7750 Workstation Graphics accelerator for graphics professionals. It has 320 unified shader units and 1GB GDDR3 memories, and features two DisplayPorts and one Dual-Link DVI-I outputs.
Sapphire Japan has confirmed that its Vapor-X line up HD Radeon 4870 and 4850 is set to retail around Mid-March. Details are as follows.
SAPPHIRE is now shipping a new version of the SAPPHIRE HD 4670 equipped with GDDR4 memory. Clock speeds are 750MHz for the core and 1100MHz (2.2GHz effective) for the memory making this the fastest HD 4670 card available. The card is cooled by a new large diameter fan based cooler which keeps noise levels to the
Part 2 of the Sapphire graphic cards comparison testing. We cover game benchmarking and give final thoughts and conclusion.
VR-Zone checked out the new Sapphire HD 4850X2 card and done some quick tests on it using the Core i7/X58 platform. The cooler casing looks pretty nice and heatsinks beneath looks much like the Intel reference cooler. The air is drawn in by the dual fans and exhaust out from the top of the card (there is a hole
Sapphire today announced next-generation AMD FireStream 9250™ processor accelerates scientific and engineering calculations, efficiently delivering supercomputer performance at up to eight gigaflops-per-watt. It features 1GB of GDDR3 memory. The FireStream™ 9250 and the supporting SDK are available in beginning of November 2008 while AMD FireStream™ 9170 is currently available for purchase now.
SAPPHIRE is introducing two new graphics families aimed at mainstream users. The new SAPPHIRE HD 4550 has 80 stream processors, core clock speeds of 600MHz and 512MB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 900MHz (1.8GHz effective). The SAPPHIRE HD 4350 has a similar architecture, and has the same 80 stream processors and 600MHz core clock speed,
AMD has officially announced Radeon HD 4870 X2 graphics card today and VR-Zone has rounded up several partners’ offerings from HSI, MSI, ASUS, Palit, Sapphire, Club3D, PowerColor, GeCube, Force3D, Gainward
Sapphire announced the compatibility, quality and Stability Powers supply –Sapphire FirePSU 625W. The PSU use the aluminum capacity to make sure the power output quality. FirePSU is fully 80 PLUS certified and offer users up to 88% power efficiency. Sapphire FirePSU provide 3 set of DC 12V output power up to 500W and DC 3.3V,
Sapphire introduces two new professional graphics accelerators – ATI FirePro™ V5700 and ATI FirePro™ V3700.ATI FirePro V5700 also features 512MB of frame buffer memory, dual link DVI and Display Port connections while ATI FirePro™ V3700 graphics accelerator features 256 MB of frame buffer memory, two dual-link DVI connectors and VGA mode support on all display
Delivering higher performance to the enthusiast for only a small price premium over the standard model, the SAPPHIRE HD 4850 TOXIC Edition has been designed by SAPPHIRE to run significantly faster – shipping with core clock speeds of 675MHz and fitted with 512MB of high speed memory operating at 1100MHz. It also features a Zalman
The RV770 supersedes its predecessor, the RV670, and is designed to give NVIDIA a tough time in the midrange consumer graphics arena. Will this new offering breathe new life into ATi’s range? We’ll walk you through with our cards from Powercolor, Asus and Sapphire.
In view of the Display Port will be the super star in the upcoming future, Dell has launched a monitor and fully support Display Port, and of course the graphics accelerators cannot only be the tracker. Last month Sapphire launched two AMD workstation graphics which support Display Port interface and they are ATI FireGL V7700
Sapphire is pleased to announce that the new high end, 125W Phenom CPU’s just released by AMD (Model numbers 9750 and 9850) are fully supported across the latest range of SAPPHIRE mainboards, including the high end PC-AM2RD790 – PURE CrossFireX 790FX, the new mainstream CrossFire board PC-AM2RX780 – PURE CrossFireX 770, and the microATX Hybrid
Sapphire today announced it is advancing application performance with stunning imagery through the introduction of the first commercially available 3D workstation graphics card with DisplayPort support. The card features 512MB of memory, Dual Link DVI Output and is expected to begin shipping in April 2008.
SAPPHIRE HD 3870 TOXIC version features the award winning – and SAPPHIRE exclusive -Vapor-X single slot cooler, SAPPHIRE’s implementation of Vapour Chamber Technology (VCT). The SAPPHIRE HD 3870 TOXIC has 512MB of high performance GDDR4 memory, clocked at 1152MHz (2.3GHz effective) and the GPU core is pre-overclocked at 800MHz.
Sapphire is preparing their ATOMIC version of the 3870X2 card for launch and is still working hard on pushing up the clock speeds. It has 1GB of GDDR3 memory, Dual DVI / TVO with Water Cooler. Probably, the cards will hit the retail markets in US and Europe by next month.
AIB partners are trying some ways to differentiate their Radeon HD 3870 X2 products from one another although all the cards now are BBA reference. For this coming launch, both ASUS and GeCube 3870X2 cards will come with custom coolers and have 4 DVI-out. PowerColor is also planning a 4 DVI-out version with Zerotherm GX810
SAPPHIRE has just announced support for legacy PC systems using the AGP graphics bus with a new product in its HD 3000 series which brings the latest graphics architectures and features to this industry standard platform.The SAPPHIRE HD 3850 AGP is available with 512MB of GDDR3 memory, running at 846MHz (1.7GHz effective) and has a
Despite a recent spate of events leading to its parent company, AMD, seeing red in losses over the last two quarters of the year, ATI has pulled through & managed to put another range of cards to add some flavour to the mid range graphics sector potpourri- the HD2600 Series. A departure from the previous