Reviews and Problems with Sapphire HD7870 GHz Edition OC 2GB GDDR5
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23 January 2013
Summary: AMD's new Tahiti LE based Radeon HD 7870 is a really nice GPU core that comes in at a really strong price point. While the Sapphire variant hasn't shown up just yet on store shelves, we should see it hit at a similar price point to the PowerColor model, which is around the mid $200 mark.
Summary: Sapphire has put together a really nice variation of the AMD Radeon HD 7870 video card thanks to improvements in all the key areas. On the cooling side of things we can see that we manage to have a card that not only runs slightly cooler thanks to the cooler choice, but it also manages to run a little quieter.
Excerpt: 4 Flares 4 Flares × Today we are taking our second look at a HD7870 Tahiti LE card, this time from Sapphire. Our previous experiences with the HD7870 Tahiti LE have been memorable but today we wanted to show something different. We push the Sapphire card to the limit and manually overclock two competing AMD and Nvidia based ‘pre-overclocked’ solutions from HIS and MSI. Is the new Sapphire HD7870 Tahiti LE good value for money?
Excerpt: 1 Flares 1 Flares × We have reviewed all of the Sapphire FleX graphics cards to date, and today we are looking at the new HD7870 FleX Edition, slotting in just below the HD7970 Dual-X FleX Edition, which we reviewed at the beginning of June. The HD7870 FleX ships with a modest factory overclock, dual fans and custom ‘FleX’ display technology only available with Sapphire discrete solutions.
Summary: La GPU "Tahiti LE" è considerata da molti come una versione castrata delle Tahiti PRO ed XT ma, di fatto, risulta una delle GPU più competitive di AMD, così da colmare il distacco prestazionale che è presente tra la Radeon HD 7870 e la Radeon HD 7950 ed andando a contrastare con estrema efficacia la NVIDIA GTX 660 Ti.