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Finally, to give a better overview of the cooler itself, I am going to borrow a photo I snapped from our 1GB review this past November. As you can see fins are plentiful, and the large starkly-angled fins on the fan promise quiet operation and effective results.




Our Past (2 GB)


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Over the past month OCC has looked at few of the HD 7790 offerings, including cards from Sapphire, PowerColor and most recently XFX's Black Edition. What each of these cards had in common, besides the custom cooling, factory overclocks, and custom PCBs, is the use of a 1GB frame buffer: a pretty common strategy on cards in the $150 price point. Sapphire is bucking that trend with the introduction of the HD 7790 2GB OC model by upping the frame buffer to 2GB while still staying competitive on price at $159.


Video cards have come a long way over the past couple years. Their ever increasing performance has to meet the needs of the everyone from the work station user to the high end gamer. This card from Sapphire is aimed squarely at the latter segment of the market. As games become more graphically demanding and with people moving to ever larger resolutions, you need to have the hardware that can handle the load. The HD 5870 is a proven performer in its own right as shown in countless reviews and feedback in forums across the web. With this kind of buzz the only thing left to do is improve upon a proven commodity. This is something Sapphire does and does quite well as seen in the past with their Atomic, Vapor-X and Toxic versions of some of ATIs best products.


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Is there any way to push CPU performance a bit further / increase the shared instance memory past 2GB if needed? Will something like dedicated-cpu-2x be usable with fly machine in the future? (Would love to help test the performance impact if/when that happens!)


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