Sapphire Introduces HD2600 X2 DUAL GPU CARD

"SAPPHIRE Technology is now introducing a new DUAL graphics accelerator based on the HD2600 XT."

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SAPPHIRE INTRODUCES HD2600 X2 DUAL GPU CARD

SAPPHIRE Technology – the leading manufacturer of AMD/ATI based graphics solutions is now introducing a new DUAL graphics accelerator based on the HD2600 XT.

SAPPHIRE’s HD2600 X2 can be configured with memory options of 512MB or 1GB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 800MHz (1600MHz effective) and each GPU core is clocked at 800MHz. Development is complete and the card is available now to order by OEMs and to integrators building special projects requiring multiple display configurations. Retail availability will be planned according to regional demand.

The new HD2600 X2 has four Dual Link DVI outputs that can be used to drive four separate high resolution displays at up to 2560 x 1600, or with CrossFireTM enabled will drive a single display with considerably enhanced performance. It is HDCP ready and has TV Output compatible with the latest High Definition displays. Like other HD2600 series products it also supports HDMI over the DVI interface with the correct HDMI Adapter.

The card is physically slightly taller than the standard ATX format. The HD2600 X2 is compatible with platforms based on AMD 580X Crossfire, AMD CrossFire Express 3200, Intel 975X Express, Intel P965 Express and Intel P35 Express motherboard chipsets.

All SAPPHIRE's current graphics cards are Microsoft Windows Vista™ ready and supported by the ATI Catalyst® suite of software, ensuring customers have easy and ongoing access to software updates for performance, stability and added features.

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15-10-2007, 15:45:05

crankfrank
Hi all, can anyone tell me if a ASUS A8N-SLI Premium will fit this case?
Thanks, Craig.

15-10-2007, 15:47:51

Kempez
It's an ATX case, so I see no reason why not

15-10-2007, 15:49:38

crankfrank
Thanks bud

11-12-2007, 09:40:56

yibyibyib
Nice review but there's no mention of the noise the fans on this sucker kicks out.

I suppose its pretty quiet having nice large fans plus you can change the speed.

How would you rate the noisiness? Maybe compared to a case with 120mm fans.

Thanks

11-12-2007, 17:40:18

Kempez
Did I not? Damn soz I thought I did, my bad.

Fans aren't actually too bad. They're slow spinning but air tends to rush through the vents a bit

I'll add to the review

11-12-2007, 18:06:48

yibyibyib
Thanks for the quick response.

Think I'll treat myself as they're on offer at specialtech.co.uk.

28-01-2008, 14:55:00

james13009
I have brought the case, and tried to mount my motherboard today but can not because there are no raised platforms on which to mount the board. In other words, if the board is mounted its just going to short it self out, all is explained in this picture in the review. How do i get round this. I've got loads of bits all over the floor and feel i am missing something

[IMG]http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/articles/2007/09/10203226681l.jpg[/IMG]

James

28-01-2008, 15:10:30

markkleb

I have brought the case, and tried to mount my motherboard today but can not because there are no raised platforms on which to mount the board. In other words, if the board is mounted its just going to short it self out, all is explained in this picture in the review. How do i get round this. I've got loads of bits all over the floor and feel i am missing somethingJames



There should be some brass standoffs that first screw into the case and keep the mobo raised. Make sure to put them where the holes in the mobo are so they dont cause a short.

http://www.amazon.com/Motherboard-Screwnut-Standoff-50-PCS/dp/B00008VF6K

28-01-2008, 16:04:30

Brooksie
Yeah there should be some in that white box, mine did with my case

28-01-2008, 16:22:48

Kempez
There's some standoffs in the white container, along with a whole load of screws and drive rails
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