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Apr 06, 11 at 11:21pm
Vagabond


quote EdwardTheBard
Whoa, the name "Sapphire" brings back memories. I owned two Sapphire cards [X1600 & 3850] both of which.. got owned after a couple of days.

Now, about the review:

How come Crysis 2 isn't on the bench list -- since a 'fresh' title such as Dragon Age 2 is included?

Why the list of tested cards is shorter on games like DA2 and F1 2010?




Hi Edward,

Crysis Warhead is included in the review. Also, the reason that titles such as DA II and F1 didn't have all the cards in it was because I didn't have enough time to get all the cards tested. I am still testing the cards and in future reviews all the cards will be included.



Apr 04, 11 at 5:37pm
Unforgiven


Whoa, the name "Sapphire" brings back memories. I owned two Sapphire cards [X1600 & 3850] both of which.. got owned after a couple of days.

Now, about the review:

How come Crysis 2 isn't on the bench list -- since a 'fresh' title such as Dragon Age 2 is included?

Why the list of tested cards is shorter on games like DA2 and F1 2010?







Apr 04, 11 at 5:51am
leochan


Sapphire's Radeon HD 6950 FleX is all about lowering the cost of entry to AMD's Eyefinity multi-display technology by building the enhanced feature right into the card itself, and supports up to three DVI monitors without the need for DisplayPort. It also brings on-board Eyefinity to a gaming level card. Now hit our review to see what performance it brings to the table!





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