For those of you who have been left wanting a mainstream R-series graphics card from Sapphire specifically, Sapphire delivers, and it does so with its Radeon R7-260X graphics card.
The new Radeon R7-260X features a GPU with 896 stream processors and is clocked at 1150 MHz. Wired to this GPU, users will find 2 GB of GDDR5 memory that runs at an effective speed of 6.6 GHz.
Sapphire's new Radeon R7-260X also has support for DirectX 11.2, as well as AMD's new TrueAudio technology, Powerplay Powermanagement, and AMD's ZeroCore Power Tech.
The graphics card should already be available at select retailers and will cost about $139.99.