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Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 2 GB DDR5 HEXAD MINI DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 100290SR


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  • PCI-Express 2.0 x16 bus interface
  • 256-bit DDR5 memory interface
  • Microsoft DirectX 11 support
  • Microsoft Windows 7 support
  • ATI Eyefinity Technology, support up to 6 displays

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sapphire Technology
  • Model: 100290SR
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Graphics Coprocessor: AMD
  • Graphics Ram: 2.0 GB
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 4 x 14.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003DZ0TFA
  • Item model number: 100290SR
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 31, 2010

Product Description

Experience the Power of 6 -ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Edition Graphics Experience DirectX 11 gaming and HD entertainment to the Power of 6 with ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Edition graphics delivering incredible scalability, productivity and immersive HD gaming performance with 6 display capabilities and 2GB of memory.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amn.Backovich on October 7, 2010
Like Tom Kim notes in his review, there isn't even any fine print publicly displayed about the need for a special adapter for more than two monitors.
So right off the bat I had to buy an adapter for $110-$120.
My other complaint is that ATI makes the minimum effort to provide help in setting up either Eyefinity or Hydrovision. Luckily, Eyefinity can be set up with a bit of trial and error. However switching between profiles is still giving me fits. Forget about Hydrovision...it is beyond me to utilize it effctively.
Aside from those features that could be easily addressed and solved by ATI the card is superb. Installs easily (it is a long card)and software updates are timely.
The card itself is worth 5 stars but software support and misleading specs force me to downgrade to 4.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Winn on January 2, 2011
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I was playing Crysis at 50FPS and the system would crap out. After playing with the Catalyst control Center I realized the problem.

The Fan wasn't ramping up to deal with the heat. The fan always stays at 20% regardless of what is going on. I solved the problem very easily. I set up profiles to run the card with different fan settings and shortcut keys to set the profile. example ctrl+Shift+A is default. ctrl+shift+z takes it to 30% overclocked to 900 and 1300(Maximum OC allowed). Fan running at 20% is silent but 30% sounds like a gaming rig. Higher than 30% is noticeably loud.

By the way the fan exhausts air so your system is kept cooler. On the other hand the card is very big and lies right on top of my Northbridge. I believe that my Northbridge is running around 5" hotter due to placement of the card.

Sorry I haven't played with the Eyefinity yet, am just using 1 monitor. I just wanted the upgrade option.

I'm very pleased with the card as it's running Metro 2033 at 50FPS.

Many people forget that a system is only as fast as the slowest component. My components are all 7.6 and above in the Windows Experience Index. I strongly suggest that you combine an SSD Drive with this card because my FPS have been higher on my configuration than on the reviews of equivalent hardware and the only difference is that I'm using an G.Skill SSD Drive with Sandforce controller.
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By gamercix on March 16, 2011
i had a lot of graphic cards but this one is solid rock.just open the gaming graphic menu and do all settings on very high then enjoy;)
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16 of 25 people found the following review helpful By TK on August 19, 2010
I just purchased this video card (but not from Amazon). This is a high end video card that produces some fantastic gaming graphics. However in my opinion, the unexpected high costs outweigh the benefits and I would not recommend purchasing this card unless you understand precisely what you're getting into. Furthermore, I feel that there are some sketchy efforts by the companies involved to maintain some confusion about these extra costs.

The headline on this video card should read "Video card supports 2 monitors, but in order to utilize additional 4 monitor capability, expensive active displayport adapters must be purchased separately at the price of $110 per each additional monitor. So in total, $440 plus shipping must be invested in addition to the cost of the video card in order to utilize the full 6 monitor functionality." This will bring your cost to over $900 all-in and as a result, you are probably better off buying a decent LCD projector in this case.

There are some higher-end LCD monitors coming onto the market that have active displayport connections next to the more standard HDMI and DVI ports but these are rare and to come by and will be 2-3x more expensive than regular HDMI lcds.

Finally, it seems the HDMI output on the video card does not support the higher end HD resolutions. I had problems but they were fixed when I switched out the HDMI connector and replaced it with a DVI connector. I found that to be strange.

The most fustrating part of this situation is that ATI and the companies who include it in their cards, Sapphire and Diamond, go out of their way to make the points above as confusing as possible. I have visited all their websites and a proper explanation regarding the displayport adapters is not noticeable anywhere.
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