Coming in 4GB and 8GB versions
Sapphire has now officially announced its custom Radeon RX 480 graphics card, the Sapphire RX 480 Nitro+, that will be available in both 4GB and 8GB versions and come with a fully-custom cooler, high factory-overclock and plenty of other features.
Final clocks to be confirmed
Sapphire's Radeon RX 480 Nitro+ OC is the first Radeon RX 480 graphics card that has been pictured in full details, showing the fully custom PCB, dual-slot cooler and a few neat features, like LED lights.
1000 Geforce GTX 1080 at launch
OcUK, the Overclockers UK has sold more than 1000 Radeon RX 480 cards at launch. Although to be fair to Nvidia, the etailer added that they also managed to shift 1000 Geforce GTX 1080 cards on their launch too [so much for the rumour that Nvidia sampled only small volume to the etailers.ed]
Ellesmere XT GPU shown in full details
Just less than a week away from the official NDA date for the Radeon RX 480, we have a set of pictures which show Sapphire's reference Radeon RX 480 in full details.
XFX, Sapphire and Powercolor
It appears that there will be plenty of reference RX 480 graphics cards at launch as we now have pictures from three different AMD AIB partners.
With 8GB of RAM and custom cooler
There have been a couple of rumors that have AMD AIB partners could make custom Radeon RX 480 from day one, and since a picture of Sapphire's custom RX 480 Nitro has already leaked online, these rumors appear to be true.
Successor to the R9 Fury X Tri-X with new custom PCB
According to a fresh report, Sapphire is working on a new Radeon R9 Fury graphics card with a completely custom design, featuring new custom PCB and a triple-fan cooler, the Sapphire Radeon R9 Fury Nitro.
To give a bit more juice to Fiji GPU-based graphics cards
Sapphire has launched a new version of its TriXX monitoring and overclocking software which will bring both voltage control on Fiji GPU-based graphics cards as well as an ability to overclock high bandwidth memory.
Bonaire GPU based and budget-friendly
Sapphire has announced its latest Radeon 300 series graphics card that will be a part of its new Nitro series, the Radeon R7 360 graphics card.