Monday, May 14th 2007

SAPPHIRE Goes TOXIC with Watercooled HD 2900 XT

Building on the success of its TOXIC range of water cooled graphics solutions, SAPPHIRE Technology is set to launch its fastest graphics product yet – the new SAPPHIRE HD 2900 XT TOXIC. The SAPPHIRE HD 2900 XT TOXIC features the latest unified shader architecture with 320 shaders, the world’s first 512-bit memory bus, native DX10 and Shader model 4.0 support. The new SAPPHIRE HD2900 XT TOXIC also features a drive-bay mounted water cooling system with integrated reservoir, pump and radiator system, efficient enough to cool not just the graphics card, but optionally a CrossFire pair of SAPPHIRE HD 2900 XT cards. SAPPHIRE is already shipping standard editions of its HD 2900 XT and is expected to ship the TOXIC version in the coming weeks.

Source: Sapphire
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13 Comments on SAPPHIRE Goes TOXIC with Watercooled HD 2900 XT

#1
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
I wonder if it would be cheaper to buy them in one kit or buy it separately.
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#3
Grings
much better than the one pictured the other day, be nice to just the cards+waterblocks available seperately, for integration into an existing watercooling system though
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#4
mandelore
that looks pretty nice, but yeah, id rather have it as modular and u could add to when you could afford to
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#5
PVTCaboose1337
Graphical Hacker
Thats pretty cool. Now it comes with 2? Sweet!
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#6
Chewy
my case has a door so it wouldnt work for me :(... ohwell prob costs as much as a regular half decent gpu watercooling solution.

very cool though.. if only I had a nice black lil-lan case.
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#7
DrunkenMafia
WOW... that looks wicked.. Shame I sold my rig and I don't think they will fit in my laptop..... :(
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#8
Frogger
by: mandelore
that looks pretty nice, but yeah, id rather have it as modular and u could add to when you could afford to
you could always buy the whole unit and then sell off the pump& rad to make some coin back ...but it would all hinge on the total cost...and it also looks like 1/4 tube would cut down your flow in the loop...:twitch:
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#9
Gam'ster
Looks nice, ATI's gear always looks proper, were as nvidas cards look like a pre-school project on times :laugh: ( apart from 8800's )

DaMulta ive got to ask whos the woman in ur avatar lol sry had to ask :)
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#10
tkpenalty
Wow that looks really nice, the cards are single slot FTW!!!
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#11
mandelore
by: tkpenalty
Wow that looks really nice, the cards are single slot FTW!!!
oh yeah i just noticed they be single slot ! :)

however, id like some performence info, like load temperatures, overclocking etc..
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#13
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Looks cool.

However, I dont really remember Sapphires Toxic line being a success.
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