Computex Taipei 2013 - You know what? This is the kind of technology that I live for; Sapphire are back in the spotlight once again with an insane new dual-GPU card, the Sapphire Atomic HD7990 6GB.
As you can see from the product name, we have 6GB of RAM which will be announced later (probably some insanely fast gear) and two Tahiti XT2 GPU's. Sapphire's Atomic range always goes crazy, so we have six miniDisplayPort outputs for some crazy multi-monitor goodness, something that gets the blood flowing through my body. Now, none of this is possible without some power, and just how much does the Atomic HD7990 6GB require?
Three 8-pin PCIe power connectors, yes, three! Sapphire have gone as far as offering water cooling with the Atomic HD7990 6GB, and it's quite the setup. We have a full copper water block, front 5.25-inch reservoir with one pump pre-installed with the option of upgrading to a dual pump, a 240mm radiator, and 2 x 120mm fans to keep it all going. Some full specs are below:
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