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Tuesday, 02 October 2007 18:46

Sapphire uses exclusive AMD solution

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World Cyber Games get AMD/ATI Graphics

 

Sapphire Technology will use AMD’s ATI Radeon™ graphics cards for the World Cyber Games Grand Final as the exclusive official WCG 2007 VGA supplier.

The WCG 2007 Grand Final is taking place in Seattle October 4-7, 2007 and is looking to attract World Champion gamers and spectators from around the globe, who will compete for World titles in several gaming genres.

AMD and Sapphire will jointly host a booth at the event showcasing exciting next-generation technology for the gaming community. The Sapphire HD 2600 X2 DUAL is going to be the graphics card of choice if it impresses all the gamers at the event. At least that is the hope of Sapphire. You will also see the graphics cards up for display at booth #10.

The card is said to deliver DirectX 10 gaming and stunning visual effects for a premium Windows Vista experience. This dual card has RV630 graphics processors on one PCB and includes 1GB of GDDR3 memory on board with 800MHz clock speeds.

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