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Thursday, 10 May 2007 08:50

Sapphire X1950Pro Dual finally on sale

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Big in Japan...

Sapphire has finally released its Radeon X1950Pro Dual graphics card, in Japan. For ¥66,150 or €407 you can pick one up at Akihabara today.

The cores on the card are clocked at 580MHz and the 1GB of GDDR3 memory comes in at 1,400MHz. This card is meant for Crossfire action and you can actually use it for Crossfire in a motherboard that only has a single graphics card slot.

Nothing much has changed since our review of the card here, although it seems like Sapphire decided to add two headers for a D-Sub bracket for multi monitor output.

You can find a few pictres and some info in Japanese here, but if you've read our review you already know all the important stuff.
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