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Friday, 15 February 2008 11:54

Sapphire Atomic water-cooled 3870X2 samples are out

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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On the way


As we've said custom 3870 X2 cards will start showing up after the Chinese New year, and in this week we already received the Asus 3870 X2 with four DVI's and an overclock. At at the same time we heard that Sapphire should have these cards ready for showcasing as of Today.

The first reviews should start showing up by the middle of next week, and you can bet that Cebit will be full of such custom cards.

The watercooled card should overclock quite well, but this is something yet to be seen. PowerColor’s custom 3870X2 that we pictured back in Barcelona should also be ready in a week or two, but all in all there will be many ATI cards at Cebit.

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