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Metku: Sapphire HD 5850 Toxic Review

Metku writes: "It's already been a while since Ati launched their HD5850 and 5870 cards, and now manufacturers are starting to come up with more special models. After market coolers, higher clock speeds and also longer warranties and crazy bundles are something you normally don't see from day one. So what's different with the HD5850 Toxic? Lets find out!"

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Life on Tech Review: Sapphire Radeon HD 5970 4gb Toxic

The Sapphire HD 5970 is a Pre-Overclocked graphics card, its been overclocked by a massive 24 per cent more than the regular 5970. It comes with twice the amount of GDDR5 brining it up to 4gb of dedicated graphics RAM.

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alxian5044d ago

If what the reviews say is true.. there's room to double the memory density per chip.. 8 gigs of gddr5 memory.. :3

or maybe they could go Microsofts way and start adding eDRAM to PC graphics cards?

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bit-tech: Sapphire Radeon HD 5970 4GB Toxic Review

Pre-overclocked graphics cards have been around for years and, while not for everyone, can offer that extra sliver of performance if you're willing to foot the bill. Sapphire has taken note, and decided to really push the boat out with its new Radeon HD 5970 Toxic. Not only do both GPUs ship with a massive 24 per cent overclock, but the card comes fitted with twice the GDDR5 memory of the stock model, and a massively upgraded cooler too. Make no mistake, this is a pre-overclocked partner card done to the limits of what's possible, to the point that the production run will be extremely limited; Sapphire says that less than one thousand units will be produced.

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