Best Sapphire PC Components.
ATI has finally improved on CrossFire and introduced a killer mid-range card to show it off.
Don't tell anyone, but Sapphire's 156 quid X800 GTO2 card can be easily modded to a X850 XT. Bargain.
nVidia may be winning at the high end but ATI isn't giving up the mid-range without a fight. Enter the X800 GT. It's certainly not too little - but is it too late?
Following our look at the reference card, we've got our hands on the first retail board based on the Radeon X850 XT PE.
AMD returns to the graphics fold with the ATI Radeon HD 3870. Is it a comeback kid or will ATI be riding off into the sunset.
If noise puts you off performance, this liquid cooled Radeon X1900 XTX from Sapphire could be the perfect solution.
Sapphire showcase ATI's much delayed All-in-Wonder card based on the X800 XT GPU. Once again, power and versatilty make for a powerful combination.
The Sapphire Radeon X800 brings ATI's latest technology down to its most affordable price point yet. We compare it with ATI's X800 XL and X850 XT to see what you get for your money.
At last we've got our hands on a retail Radeon X800 card, and unsurprisingly, it's from Sapphire.
Sapphire delivers a 780G board that's perfect for building a quiet and basic system, but won't suit a Home Theatre PC
Edward takes a look at two watercooled X1950 XT-X cards, to see if they can compete with the 8800 GTX.
With the help of Sapphire, Leo gives AMD's 770 chipset another chance.
With the help of DFI, the kings of performance motherboards, can Sapphire create a convincing enthusiast AM2/Phenom motherboard?
ATI doubles the RAM on its 2900 XT but is it double the pleasure or double the pain?
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