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Friday, 06 July 2007 11:21

Sapphire starts selling 1GB 2900XT

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Big in Japan


Our friends from Japan informed us that Sapphire has started shipping its HD 2900 XT cards in the islands.

The card is known as Sapphire
HD 2900 XT 1GB GDDR4 PCI-E DUAL DVI/VIVO. The confusing part is the frequency as some stores claims that the card works at 825MHz core and 2100 MHz memory, other version works at default 740MHz core and 2,200MH GDDR4 memory and the last shop claims 740MHz core and 2,050MHz GDDR4 memory.


It will cost 78,800.000 JP Yens or about  470.755 EUR which is not that bad for a card wit 1GB of DDR4 memory in Japan.

Last time we checked the GDDR4 memory on these cards were supposed to work at 2200 MHz. in case you are in Japan and your Japanese is still good you can read more about it here.

Last modified on Friday, 06 July 2007 12:30
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