Sapphire HD6870 1GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
Core: 900MHz, Memory: 1024MB 4200MHz GDDR5, Stream Processors: 1120, DirectX 11 Support, ATI CrossFireX Ready, ATI Eyefinity, ATI Stream, ATI Avivo HD, ATI HD3D Technology, 2 Year Warranty.
Description:Get Radeon in Your System - Immerse yourself with AMD Eyefinity technology and expand your games across multiple displays. Experience ultra-realistic visuals and explosive HD gaming performance in true ?EyeDefinition with AMD’s second generation graphics featuring full Microsoft DirectX 11 support. Enable incredible video quality and enhanced application performance with AMD EyeSpeed visual acceleration technology. Get unrivalled graphics. Get Radeon in your system.
- Core Clock: 900MHz
- Memory: 1024MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 4200MHz (Effective)
- Memory Bandwidth: 135.6GB/s - Processing Cores: 1120
- Bus Type: PCI-Express 2.1
- Display Connectors: 2 Dual-Link DVI-I, 1 HDMI & 2x Mini-DisplayPort
- HDCP Capable
- DirectX 11 Support
- OpenGL 3.2 Support
- ATI CrossFire Ready
- ATI Eyefinity Technology
- ATI Avivo HD
- ATI Stream Technology
- ATI HD3D Technology
- Warranty: 2 Years
|Warranty Type||Direct with Manufacturer|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||2|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Don\\'t waste your money, go NVIDIA by Bongeh
I've been an ATI convert for years. This recent card has completely put me off ATI.
I bought two of these, for running in crossfire on my new windows 7 system. i7 bloomfield cpu, rampage III mobo, 12gb of corsair GT ram, pretty nice spec.
I've been PLAGUED with driver issues. When the cards work (which is a rarity) i've experienced 60+fps on enthusiast settings on Crysis and some very nice fps on full gfx settings on FFXIV.
However, the constant crashing of drivers, due to TDR (timeout driver recovery) events and blue screens of death due to ATIKMPAG.sys it has pretty much rendered my system unusable.
Every attempt at trying new drivers, even a system format has deemed fruitless and my only solution was to go back to my 5870 which is fully reliable. However, the reason for the upgrade was that it wasn't powerful enough, and so as such, i've moved back to NVIDIA.
Unless some new, stable vista/7 catalyst drivers are released, do not waste your cash.
Response by gavin
I've had one since launch and it's been perfect :)