ATI Rolls out yet another video card model today
Hey! Look! ATI rolls out it's 4th video card model this year. This is some real interesting industry news! Check it out:


The SAPPHIRE HD 7750 ULTIMATE is the first card in this generation to use a passive heatpipe and heatsink cooler to deliver totally silent cooling, and increased reliability as it has no mechanical moving parts. It shares all the features of the HD 7700 series and the highly acclaimed GCN graphics processing architecture making it ideal for HTPCs and any general purpose PC where operational noise needs to be kept to a minimum.

The SAPPHIRE HD 7750 ULTIMATE delivers excellent performance with core clocks of 800MHz and 1GB of DDR5 memory clocked at 1125MHz (4.5 GB/s effective). It is believed to be the fastest passively cooled 128-bit graphics card on the market.

HDMI specifications have also increased in the HD 7000 series. Fast HDMI 1.4a supports Stereoscopic 3D with enhanced frame rates of 60Hz per eye – 120Hz total. It is also ready for the next generation of 4K displays that can be driven from a single high speed input of 3GHz HDMI 1.4a or DisplayPort 1.2 HBR2.

http://cpuforever.com/sapphire-hd-7750-ultimate-launched/
Hey! Look! ATI rolls out it's 4th video card model this year. This is some real interesting industry news! Check it out:





The SAPPHIRE HD 7750 ULTIMATE is the first card in this generation to use a passive heatpipe and heatsink cooler to deliver totally silent cooling, and increased reliability as it has no mechanical moving parts. It shares all the features of the HD 7700 series and the highly acclaimed GCN graphics processing architecture making it ideal for HTPCs and any general purpose PC where operational noise needs to be kept to a minimum.



The SAPPHIRE HD 7750 ULTIMATE delivers excellent performance with core clocks of 800MHz and 1GB of DDR5 memory clocked at 1125MHz (4.5 GB/s effective). It is believed to be the fastest passively cooled 128-bit graphics card on the market.



HDMI specifications have also increased in the HD 7000 series. Fast HDMI 1.4a supports Stereoscopic 3D with enhanced frame rates of 60Hz per eye – 120Hz total. It is also ready for the next generation of 4K displays that can be driven from a single high speed input of 3GHz HDMI 1.4a or DisplayPort 1.2 HBR2.



http://cpuforever.com/sapphire-hd-7750-ultimate-launched/

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#1
Posted 02/28/2012 10:13 PM   
Uh, 7750 and 7770 were both introduced a while back recently. This looks to be a fanless model for HTPC users.
Uh, 7750 and 7770 were both introduced a while back recently. This looks to be a fanless model for HTPC users.

#2
Posted 02/28/2012 10:53 PM   
Would be nice if they released the 7950 like this for people like me with cases that can handle cooling it, that might actually make me switch back. lol
Would be nice if they released the 7950 like this for people like me with cases that can handle cooling it, that might actually make me switch back. lol



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#3
Posted 02/29/2012 12:25 AM   
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='29 February 2012 - 12:25 AM' timestamp='1330475123' post='1376441']
Would be nice if they released the 7950 like this for people like me with cases that can handle cooling it, that might actually make me switch back. lol
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Not likely to happen - not everyone who buys enthusiast parts is actually an "enthusiast" and if they released passively cooled 7950's there would be lots of them that end up as space heaters lol
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='29 February 2012 - 12:25 AM' timestamp='1330475123' post='1376441']

Would be nice if they released the 7950 like this for people like me with cases that can handle cooling it, that might actually make me switch back. lol





Not likely to happen - not everyone who buys enthusiast parts is actually an "enthusiast" and if they released passively cooled 7950's there would be lots of them that end up as space heaters lol

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#4
Posted 02/29/2012 01:29 AM   
7950 is too powerful to be passive. You need active cooling to keep it functional, especially under hard gaming.
7950 is too powerful to be passive. You need active cooling to keep it functional, especially under hard gaming.

#5
Posted 02/29/2012 07:25 PM   
And another was announced today the 7870, it's announced today with AMD commenting [i][b]"...that the cards won't become widely available until March 19, 2012"[/b][/i]

source: http://computershopper.com/graphics-cards/reviews/amd-radeon-hd-7870-ghz-edition
And another was announced today the 7870, it's announced today with AMD commenting "...that the cards won't become widely available until March 19, 2012"



source: http://computershopper.com/graphics-cards/reviews/amd-radeon-hd-7870-ghz-edition

#6
Posted 03/05/2012 09:32 AM   
Well the reviews for the HD7870 and HD7850 are already out. Impressive performance/watt figures. HD7870 is $350 and the HD7850 is $250.

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Well the reviews for the HD7870 and HD7850 are already out. Impressive performance/watt figures. HD7870 is $350 and the HD7850 is $250.



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#7
Posted 03/05/2012 10:15 AM   
They seem to have missed the 3GB version of the GTX580...
They seem to have missed the 3GB version of the GTX580...

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