Sapphire Release Two New AGP Cards

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Demonstrating continued support for the upgrade and retrofit markets using the industry standard AGP bus, leading graphics supplier Sapphire Technology is now shipping AGP versions of its latest series of midrange and mainstream graphics accelerators, the X1650PRO and X1300XT. Pricing for the new cards was unknown at the time of this article going to press.


Sapphire X1650

You can find the specifications here


Sapphire X1300XT

You can find the specifications here

Feel free to browse Sapphire's Press Release (Requires Microsoft Word)

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06-10-2006, 11:27:31

alot of nice modding... however why need such a big case? to me its just eye candy, you can do the same thing with a 1/3 the size of that such as with a MM, or some of the full tower Lian Li's..

06-10-2006, 12:02:01

you got to give the guy ten out of ten for effort though

06-10-2006, 12:18:03

Did u see the fans frag??

Its got about 10 of those 5000cfm dual fan Delta's in it :eek::eek:

06-10-2006, 12:22:25

Wirelessly posted (LG Fusic: Opera/8.01 (J2ME/MIDP; Opera Mini/2.0.4719/1372; en; U; ssr))

[QUOTE=XMS]Did u see the fans frag??

Its got about 10 of those 5000cfm dual fan Delta's in it :eek::eek:[/QUOTE]

nah, didnt see that, ill have to have another look when i get the chance to get back on a real comp.

06-10-2006, 15:56:35

Whats the point?

07-10-2006, 04:13:42

Sticky Mick

Whats the point?

Makes it easier to carry around, 'cos it hovers 2 feet off the floor:p :D

17-11-2006, 16:02:34

that thing is damm nice

06-02-2007, 14:06:39

look pretty good , ain't read the spec

26-03-2007, 20:07:16

can really appreciate the work the guy must of put into it but its way to big for me, my stacker is all i need ;)

27-03-2007, 06:45:24

It looks as if he's put a lot of time into it, but it's just way too big & I bet it's also really noisy :(
Looks like those old massive IBM servers you used to get.

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