Reviews and Problems with Sapphire HD7870 GHz Edition OC 2GB GDDR5
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23 January 2013
Excerpt: Earlier in the month we had a chance to look at the new PowerColor HD 7870 2GB Myst Edition Tahiti LE based HD 7870 which uses a modified version of the higher end Tahiti HD 7900 GPU. We found ourselves extremely impressed with the new model, but it was not without its flaws.
Excerpt: Recently we had a chance to look at the Sapphire HD 7950 Flex . With its $399.99 price tag though, it might not be the best option for everyone. Moving back in price a little the HD 7870 Flex Edition video card might be what you're looking for if you're after the Flex features specifically at a cheaper price point.
Excerpt: Over the last few weeks we've looked at some high-end video cards from both AMD and NVIDIA thanks to partners starting to release high-end variants of the HD 7900 series while NVIDIA of course launched the new GTX 680.
Excerpt: 63 Flares 63 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: 4 Flares 4 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.