Sapphire Technology liquefies HD 4870

Water cooling to the rescue on overclocked SKU.

Published Tue, Sep 16 2008 11:14 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:38 PM CST
AMD's AIBs, appear to be stepping up to the challenge of expressing their creativity, through non-reference graphics card solutions and, we appear to be in the midst of a frenzy at the moment.

Sapphire Technology, for example, has intoxicated the HD 4870 earlier today and now, seems set on liquefying it too.

Sapphire Technology liquefies HD 4870

HARDSPELL, reports on an all-encompassing SKU from the company that relies, on the power of water, to combat the thermals from the factory overclocked GPU and memory.

End-users can look forward to GPU and GDDR5 memory clocks of 800 MHz and 1100 MHZ (QDR), respectively - Up from 750 MHz and 900 MHz.

As an official launch has yet to take place, confirmed pricing and availability details are unknown, at the time of going to press.
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