Sapphire is taking packaging to the next level for AMD's dual Hawaii card.
Photographs of the upcoming Sapphire Radeon 7990 Atomic’s PCB and cooler have surfaced on Expreview.com.
Sapphire has introduced two new Radeon HD 7730 cards: a 1 GB model with GDDR5 memory and a 2 GB model with GDDR3 memory.
The Atomic HD 7990 features two Tahiti XT GPUs, 6 GB of GDDR5, a liquid cooler, and will require three 8-pin PCIe power connectors.
The Radeon HD 7790 SimCity Special Edition features reference clock speeds, 1 GB of memory and includes a free copy of SimCity.
A number of different manufacturers have already released their HD 7990 graphics cards, and unsurprisingly, they are all nearly identical.
Asus is no longer the biggest graphics cards manufacturer, and has been overtaken by Palit and PC Partner.
Following its release last week, the AMD Radeon HD7790 graphics card is available from a wide variety of manufacturers with a range of coolers and clock speeds.
The Radeon HD 7790 based on AMD's new Bonaire GPU seems set to be a very capable mid-range graphics card.
ATI graphics were around for 25 years, 10 of them centering on the Radeon family. As the ATI brand fades away, we're left to remember the company's most noteworthy desktop cards, right after the 6970/6950 launch and just before the Radeon HD 6990 emerges.
Normally not a company to pull any punches, Sapphire made an exception by saving its latest motherboard and graphics products for its assault on CES.
ATI's Eyefinity technology has opened up a whole new world of multi-monitor gaming and now that the gaming industry is moving tentatively toward 3D technology, it makes sense to put the two together and see what happens.