|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||1250 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Radeon HD 7870|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 GB|
Sapphire Radeon HD 7870 GHZ OC 2 GB 256 -bit GDDR5 DL-DVI-I/SL-DVI-D/HDMI/DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 100354OC-2L
- 1 x Dual-Link DVI-I
- 1 x Single-Link DVI-D
- 1 x HDMI (with 3D)
- 1 x DisplayPort
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The 5850 pushed really well and both GTX 660 and HD 7870 obviously outperformed it. Both cards gave about the same FPS average with the games I play. My computer is connected to a 32" LG LCD tv via HDMI.
The GTX 660 had the anaglyph/stereotropic 3d capability. Colours are clean and rich. Small text are clear and easy to read. Not much heat and fan is pretty much silent. Crashes with a few games (like League of Legends and Tera... pretty much to two games I play often). Running at MAX settings on the control panel and Max settings ingame, Tera runs at about 20-30 fps @ 1080p.
The HD 7870 was to allow me to use Crossfire (soon) since the board I have can not use SLI. Colours are clean and rich and noticeably darker than the gtx. Small text are a bit fuzzy. Not much heat and the fan is silent as well. Running at MAX settings in the Catalyst and Max settings ingame, Tera runs at about 25-40 fps @ 1080p.
ASUS crosshair IV
AMD Phenom IIx6 1075T (stocked)
8GB DDR3 1666MHz memory
TermalTake TR2 750w PSU
Win7 Ulti 64-bit
At the time I got the HD 7870 for about $185. And had gotten the GTX660 for about $209. I am satisfied with both cards, except the 660 crashed a lot with many games.
The HD 7870 also runs very well @50-60+ fps on 1080p res. (Max or close to Max settings) with:
Saints Row 4 (Max) 60+fps
League of Legends (Max) 60+ fps
Aion (Max) (except during seiges and stuff...) 40-60+fps (dropped to low during siege)
Bioshock Infinite (Max) 60+ fps
Crysis 3 (Max, minus post processing and FXAA) 25-60+ (damn those effects)
Guildwars 2 (Max) 50-60+ fps
Scarlet Blade (Max) (Hey... its a fun game......) 60+ fps
It handles everything with ease. Currently running 2- 27" LED monitors and use the HDMI out running to an Hd Projector on a 120" screen.
Sabertooth 990fx MB
AMD Fx 8350 8 core 4.5ghz (oc)
Dual Sapphire Radeon Hd 7870 Crossfire
32 GB Patritot Viper RAM 1866MHz
The cards run cool, deliver impressive frame rates and at a reasonable cost.
2- 3tb HDD
the Darkness 2
I mean really it is an awesome deal. Was disappointed at first, thought I got screwed, but once I got the new card, it gave a whole new meaning to the setting: ULTRA. The games look beautiful and the card runs smoothly. Awesome purchase. Try to catch it on sale if possible.
I recommend this product.
After a month the card crapped out on me. Which sucked, but I did get in contact with Sapphire, I received an RMA return invoice to send the card back to them. After about a week, maybe two, they determined the card did crap out on me and replaced it with their better 7900 series card! I have now had the NEW card for about 3 months and have had NO issues at all. It was annoying to go through it, poo does happen, but they were great about returning it and replacing it.
Asus m5a97 r2.0
8 gigs corsair blue
Corsair cx500 power supply
Cooler master storm scout case
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a great bang-for-buck card, but it's not exactly suitable for the newest gaming releases if you wanna push more then 60 fps at 1080p gaming.Published 2 months ago by Jacey Anderson
Great for the price, but can't handle most games above mid even 1080p at this stage of the video game era. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lamar Smith
Got is used from prime, worked great running guild wars 2 on a inspiron 570 2.8ghz runs flawless at max graphics.Published 11 months ago by Michael T.
Great graphics card. I am running Win 7 with a AMD 6 core processor and driving 2 large HD monitors (2550x1440 and (1920x1200) and a 19" monitor.Published 16 months ago by Delightner