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Monday, 14 January 2008 13:56

Sapphire shows off yet another HD 3870 card

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Single-slot cooling solution

 

Sapphire has unveiled yet another HD 3870 card with single slot cooling solution. Unfortunately, this one will not end up as cool and silent as the Atomic version, since HD 3870 tends to get a bit hot and this one probably features a full speed fan to keep the HD 3870 temperatures at bay.

The card is reference clocked, 775MHz for the core and 1125MHz for 512MB of GDDR4 memory. As you can see from the pictures below, it features non-reference PCB, which looks nice in its blue color and the sticker is still the same: a Lara Croft-looking girl with Sapphire logo.

This card is still yet to be announced, but it's already listed, here. It is nice to know that Sapphire is very busy covering many different aspects of market. They have the enthusiast Atomic version, passive HD 3870 Ultimate just around the corner, and this new single slot HD 3870 card should be less expensive than the Atomic version.

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