Sapphire to jump onboard with nVidia for 7900GS and 7950GT?

"Sapphire to jump onboard with nVidia for 7900GS and 7950GT?"

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During the middle of reading the latest press release from nVidia regarding the upcoming 7900GS and 7950GT GPU's I discovered an interesting little tidbit of information. The press release gives a list of manufacturers who will be releasing video cards based off of the two newest chipsets, and in that list is Sapphire. Finally the big blue "S" has fallen to the demands of the gaming world and will now be providing video cards powered by both ATI and nVidia so it seems.

The original nVidia press release can be found HERE

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20-09-2006, 05:39:30

masterblaster
This is now becoming the bain of my life, after spending a day mocking up the drawer in cardboard to measure everything up, check fitting etc... Mrs Masterblaster announces she wants new bedroom furniture!!!!






For Sale - 1 x Wife, 5ft4", slim, good cook, very clean and tidy, slightly damaged as she's pregnant but will satisfy most needs, open to offers :D

20-09-2006, 06:12:59

Ham
Good god your in trouble if she sees that...

20-09-2006, 06:18:29

masterblaster
leaves me with somewhat of a problem, do I just build it all into something like the Silverstone Sugo or do I hang around until a decision is made bedroom furniture???

Damn...

20-09-2006, 07:05:06

Jim
How about building it into a plexi box which will fit into most drawers?

20-09-2006, 14:03:06

Rastalovich
[QUOTE=masterblaster]yay bits are starting to arrive

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v642/bigayd/drawer.jpg[/IMG]

the AM2 4600 is also here and hopefully the OCZ memory will be with me later :D[/QUOTE]

One of the sweetest sights, boxes ready to go.

20-09-2006, 14:16:18

Hyper
Looking forward to seeing this one complete.

Good luck mate :worship:

20-09-2006, 14:29:02

twisted5

How about building it into a plexi box which will fit into most drawers?


I like that idea. Then you can just cut a hole in the back of the drawer to run cables etc.

20-09-2006, 14:31:44

Jim
Yeah, if you wanted to go the whole hog, you could even put the top of the box on hydrolics.

20-09-2006, 15:49:22

Rastalovich
Is there a close spec gfx card to the one he has in a low profile form ?

I know xfx like to make low profile cards.

21-09-2006, 05:10:22

masterblaster
OK some good news (depends on how you look at it)

New bedroom furniture is on hold due to we'd rather change the car first (thats the bad bit, a little more expensive than furniture) so the drawer idea lives on.

Time to recover the carboard templates from the bin and crack on :D
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