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Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 DiRT 3 Edition Reviews
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|Bjorn3D||9.0/10||Dec 07 '11|
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|PureOverclock.com||---||Sep 15 '11|
|X-bit labs||---||Oct 23 '11|
|Neoseeker||---||Sep 28 '11|
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"The Sapphire 6870 is definitely a high quality card with some great performance for the price. Sapphire has done a great job with the 6870 in every way. Despite being a bit noisy, it packs a punch for a low price. It earns the Bjorn3D Golden Bear Award."
"A well balanced, quiet and high performing card at a good price."
"The Sapphire HD 6870 DiRT 3 card includes an impressive bundle of goodies, and comes equipped with dual fan aftermarket cooling."
"Overall though, this is a rocking card with a rocking bundle. I have no issues recommending it to anyone interested in getting a 6870 specifically, or looking for a second to throw into CrossFire. It is not a blow-your-socks-off, revolutionary release, but that doesn't by any means make it any less of a contribution to the market that adds flavor and vitality. This is a good card for those who are looking for what is offered here and can make use of all the bundled inclusions. If the extras aren't necessary, or the overclock won't be taken advantage of, then I would advise looking elsewhere."
"The Sapphire 6870 DiRT 3 Edition Edition considerably lowers the temperatures from the reference card design, and also runs quieter than many of the other competing cards as well. A free game adds to the value here, and for gamers who have no intention of trying to maximize image quality settings at a high resolution, there's no discernbile performance loss by going with the 1GB card. It's a more affordable and worthy successor to the original design, and is a great value for consumers on a modest budget that don't want to compromise their gaming ambitions."