|Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Max Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Memory Speed||500 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||4 GB|
Sapphire Radeon R9 Nano 4GB HBM HDMI/TRIPLE DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 21249-00-40G
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- High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM)
- Extreme 4K Resolution Gaming
- Virtual Super Resolution (VSR)
- DirectX 12
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Sapphire Radeon R9 Nano 4GB HBM
Don't Just Upgrade. Revolutionize.
- The world’s first small form factor (6-inch) graphics card with High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM) delivering new advances in power efficiency.
- Powerful performance for unbelievably “real” 4K and VR gaming.
- A new paradigm for the Mini-ITX PC.
Small size. Giant impact.
The AMD Radeon R9 Nano graphics card is AMD’s most innovative and advanced GPU to date, delivering 4096-bit High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM), the highest memory bandwidth ever in a GPU, engineered for 4K and VR gaming – in a revolutionary small form factor graphics card – the ultimate GPU for Mini-ITX PC supremacy. Experience DirectX 12 featuring async shaders and multi-threaded command buffer recording as well as support for OpenGL4.5 and Vulkan APIs. Push your gameplay to the max and achieve scorchingly-fast framerates at ultra settings by adding up to four GPUs with AMD CrossFire multi-GPU technology.
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|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon||GeForce GTX 1050 Ti||gddr5||gddr5||GeForce||AMD Radeon|
|Graphics Card Ram||4 GB||4 GB||3,072 MB||6,000 MB||4 GB||3 GB|
|Graphics Ram Type||—||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5|
|Hardware Connectivity||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16|
|Built-In Media||—||EVGA GTX 1050 Ti SC GAMING Graphics Card, Driver CD, Installation Guide, EVGA Gaming Poster, Powered by EVGA Case Badge, EVGA Enthusiast Built Sticker||Graphic Card, Manual||Warranty Card, User Manual, Software drivers||Graphic Card, Manual||—|
|Item Dimensions||3 x 11.5 x 9.5 in||1.5 x 5.7 x 4.38 in||4.8 x 8.8 x 1.6 in||1.5 x 11.7 x 5.2 in||4.7 x 9.1 x 1.6 in||3.5 x 15.9 x 9.3 in|
|Memory Bus Width||—||128 bits||192 bits||192 bits||128 bits||384 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||500 MHz||7,010 MHz||8,008 MHz||1,809 MHz||7,008 MHz||6,000 MHz|
|Style Name||—||GTX 1050 Ti SC (Single Fan)||Boost Clock 1797 MHz||DUAL 6GB||Boost Clock 1468 MHz||—|
Sapphire Radeon R9 Nano 4GB HBM HDMI / TRIPLE DP PCI-Express Graphics Card
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I got this guy for the following reasons:
1: Energy constraints. I was looking for a GPU that could fit within my current PSU energy limit. Being only 500 Watts, I was reluctant to get any GPU over 250 W. Sure, there are more efficient GPUs from NVIDIA, but this leads me to my next point.
2: Size. I have ham hands. And I have a midtower ATX case. And I have a DVD/CD drive, SSD, SD Card Reader drive, and a PCI USB 3.0 expansion card. Those factors add up. If I was to get a full sized GPU, there would be literally no room in my case for maneuvering my hands.
3. VR BABY. Once my time frees up, I will be getting a VR headset (to be determined) and spend my time exploring the cutting edge of gaming. But this is more of an afterthought really. I only realized I could this recently, not when I was choosing a GPU.
So far, I have only heard the renown coil whine of this card once, and it was not popped up again. Maybe I hit the lottery. Or maybe AMD/Sapphire fixed this. Or maybe I always have my headphones on when it is under stress. In any case, I am happy with my purchase, enabling my horrible cable management for years to come.
No driver issues (W10 x64). No game issues, and can play everything I own at 3440x1440 and exceed 60fps easily.
I really have no complaints for this card at all. The only thing I would change is to have a blower/squirrel type fan and close the back off instead of a blows heat everywhere design, but its not too bad. (Like AMD's standard reference style, just smaller) My case is rackmount so that is the airflow its designed for (in->out).
As a side note, I am happy to see AMD's drivers improving. That was my biggest concern with the card honestly. I knew it would be fast.
Literally not a single crash or issue and I have put probably 60hrs+ between benchmarks and games since I received it.
4 Total 4096x2160p video outputs: (1 - 2160p HDMI and 3 - 2160 Display Ports).. sweet..!!
It's performance is so close to the larger footprint AMD Fury X and to the larger older technology from NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti, that it is a no brainer since the Sapphire R9 Nano has the latest HBM technology and its performance is improving even further with the new AMD drivers. Only one fan instead of 3 or 2 fans since there is so much less to cool, which is great since now there is plenty of ventilation area and room inside my desktop when I add more Sapphire R9 Nano's or any other type of cards.
My goal is to get two of these small cards to get the maximum effective performance price/performance wise, since 4 cards is overkill for the price and the performance gained.
Kudos AMD, you finally have provided a beautiful piece of advanced/powerful small-footprint technology well before NVIDIA and before Christmas..
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everybody...
Great Card playing GTAV on ultra at 60fps is AWSOME but for some reason on some games AA kill this card Duno why probably driver issues but great card cant wait for the new ZEN Cpu to come out AMD for LIFE.
Its worthy to note that there are currently no 32-bit drivers for the Radeon R9 Nano. Most folks with more than 4GB RAM have a 64 bit system, and if you dont, you may want to consider upgrading your OS regardless to utilize more memory and leverage better performance all around. You need a 64-bit Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 operating system to use this card for 3D acceleration. Otherwise, you can only use the Radeon R9 Nano as a generic 2D VGA card. This is not an issue for most people, if you have the money to drop on a card, your 32 bit system will most likely be a bottleneck, consider getting a R9 380 and more memory, and a 64 bit OS for more well rounded performance
What makes this product particularly interesting is its power management. It retains the core configuration of the R9 Fury X, with all its compute units enabled, which works out to 4,096 stream processors and gigahertz clock speeds at just 175W. In comparison, the R9 Fury X and its 3,584 SP sibling, the R9 Fury, are rated at 275W. AMD has obviously worked some miracle in bringing its typical power draw down by 36 percent.
This card will not disappoint you. It will leave you in awe of its power and efficiency. Thumbs up for the card, thumbs up for the tech, and thumbs up for you! If my review helped, please thumbs up back.