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"Sapphire Heatpipe HD2900XT heatpipe edition exposed"

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Sapphire HD2900XT heatpipe edition exposed

I guess that you've all had your fill of the ATI reference heatsink for the HD2900XT. Well according to our source, this is one of the custom solutions you can expect from Sappire.

Sapphire HD2900XT

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10-01-2007, 14:16:11

MikeEnIke
Memory manufacturer Kington Technology has released a new PC9600 Memory module with a clock of 1.2Ghz. Read on in the news article. Feel free to discuss below...

10-01-2007, 14:24:50

Toxcity
WOAH!
I wish I has money right now.. :(

10-01-2007, 14:31:35

Jim
You should see a review on these very shortly :)

10-01-2007, 15:05:46

Toxcity
I will be looking forward to that!
:worship:

10-01-2007, 15:06:36

nathan
are there many motherboards that support this?

10-01-2007, 15:13:56

TJS
I hope they work for Intel cpu's as well, don't know how/why certain RAM is made for one or the other but it's not cool if it is AMD only.

TJS

(yeah, wish I had the money for higher rated memory...)

10-01-2007, 15:36:13

Jim

are there many motherboards that support this?




Well strictly speaking, no motherboards 'support' this. A lot of motherboards don;t even officially support ~DDR2-8000.

But if the board is capable of high FSB's or has some decent memory dividers, then you should be able to run it at that speed without problems. It's really just designed to give you oodles of overclocking headroom.
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