- News tagged "sapphire"
Monday, 14 Oct 2013
AMD did away with its traditional four-digit naming scheme with the announcement of its new R9/R7 Radeon graphics cards. We summarize all of the cards the add-in card manufacturers have to offer.
Tuesday, 9 Jul 2013
Sapphire has introduced two new HD 7730 models to its existing series of Radeon HD 7700 graphics cards.
Wednesday, 24 Apr 2013
Sapphire has announced that it will start shipping the HD 7990, the fastest graphics card available at the moment that's based on the GCN (Graphics Core Next) architecture from AMD, from 24 April.
Tuesday, 16 Apr 2013
Sapphire has just added a 2GB model to its existing lineup of Radeon HD 7790 graphics cards. Purchasers will get a voucher for a free copy of the BioShock Infinite from participating retailers.
Friday, 22 Mar 2013
Incorporating proprietary Dual-X cooler design, the Sapphire HD 7790 OC comes with core clock and memory clock speeds of 1075MHz and 6400MHz.
Tuesday, 19 Mar 2013
Sapphire has announced a new graphics accelerator that's compatible with the Apple Mac Pro series of desktop computers.
Thursday, 24 Jan 2013
Sporting the same slim, stylish outline as the previous models, the Sapphire Edge HD4 incorporates the Intel Celeron 847 processor and comes with built-in HD video capability which enables the smooth streaming of video content over HDMI to a TV or monitor.
Friday, 21 Dec 2012
Based on AMD's Tahiti architecture (unlike the rest of the HD 7800 series which adopts the Pitcairn architecture) with its 256-bit memory interface, it includes 1536 stream processors and 96 texture units.
Thursday, 29 Nov 2012
Featuring dual fans, a rating of 200W, and a universal mounting for AMD or Intel CPU types, the Vapor-X CPU cooler has a similar configuration to Sapphire's graphics cards, that is, its vapor chamber is in direct contact with the CPU surface to accelerate the flow of heat away. The heat is then channeled away by a multi-heatpipe array and cooling fins.
Friday, 23 Nov 2012
Sapphire has introduced the Sapphire Edge VS series, a new family of mini PCs based on the latest APU technology from AMD, codenamed Trinity.