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Friday, 11 January 2008 20:12

Sapphire to Atomicize more cards

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CES 2008: From 3650 upward


Sapphire plans to make more Atomic edition vapor chamber cards and it looks like the 36x0 series will get the Atomic cooler.


This is not all, as Sapphire plans to use this one for future high-end cards, including the 1GB ones that it wants to introduce in a few weeks. Sapphire executives told us that the market reacted positively to this product and that this was a good way to differentiate itself from other brands.

The cooler is better than anything else in the market space and Sapphire wants to make sure that it can offer more to its customers.

Last modified on Saturday, 12 January 2008 06:40
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