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  • Retail Radeon chips still go slower than review copies

    It tested two Radeon R9 290X cards: one from HIS and the other from Sapphire. Apart from the stickers on the cooling shrouds, the two look to be identical and to the two R9 290X review samples.
  • Sapphire launches HD 7770 Vapor-X OC Edition card

    Sapphire Technology has added a new model to its HD 7000 series.
  • Sapphire Launches Z77 mainboard

    Motherboard maker Sapphire has just announced a new mainboard developed to support the latest family of CPUs from Intel.
  • The news in reviews - another hardware roundup

    Hardware RoundupShortly after your traditional reference design graphics card reaches the market, add-in board partners are sure to start churning out their unique take on the original récipe. Hardware Heaven has reviewed the Sapphire HD 7970 OverClock Edition Dual-X graphics card.
  • Sapphire lets loose AMD HD 7800 series

    Hot on the heels of AMD's launch, Hong Kong's Sapphire Technology has let the world and its dog know about the latest graphics cards series, running on AMD's Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture, the Sapphire HD 7800.
  • Rapid roundup of the day

    Hardware RoundupTweakTown has been testing out Sapphire’s Pure Black X79N motherboard. It’s a hardcore enthusiast ATX motherboard that sports six 16x PCIe slots (unrealistically, they aren’t dual-spaced), and Sapphire’s experience in this area is growing. Shane thinks the company is going the right way about it.
  • AMD's Radeon HD 7950 is out, at long last

    Hardware Canucks – Sapphire HD 7950 Dual Fan OC
  • Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 breaks ranks

    We’ve been told the end of January will bring with it the launch of several new graphics cards from the AMD camp, based on the Pro derivative of the Tahiti chip. It seems to be true, considering the leaky pics of a stealth Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 that made it onto the Guru 3D forums.
  • I went from Sapphire to the Golden Nugget, via Venice

    CES 2012You want to know about Sapphire, the "gentlemens club" I ended up in last night. It was full of lovely young women, many of them in a full state of total exposure and crawling, literally crawling, over the male visitors. Don’t put your daughter on the stage Mrs Worthington.
  • AMD leaves its partners in the dark

    Rumour*EyeSee An eBuyer slip-up revealed the price for the Powercolor model. Somehow this got back to Text 100, who allegedly began telling people the street price based on that model. Sapphire is the number one partner.
  • Sapphire announces AMD FX mainboard

    Sapphire has introduced a mainboard which runs on the AMD FX CPU family called the Pure Black 990FX.
  • Sapphire Vid-2X links two monitors through single output

    PC component maker Sapphire has announced a product allows two monitors to be plugged in to almost any computer system through a single output.
  • Sapphire releases Pure Platinum mobo

    Sapphire has developed a new mainboard that will support Intel’s second generation Sandy Bridge chips.
  • Sapphire's HD6790 arrives

    Here comes Sapphire's HD6790. It's a graphics card based on, duh, AMD but will be available at a price point that Sapphire promises won't take you to the cleaners. Though it hasn't told us what, yet.
  • Colour-changing laptop, Areca RAID Controller, AMD GPUs

    Hard 'upThe Sapphire Pure Black X58 motherboard was reviewed by PureOC, which was seen as a bit of a surprise launch by Sapphire, given the older chipset employed compared to the popular P67 platform.
  • Sino-American wants its sapphire-wafers to shine

    The shiny blue light continues to steamroll: Sapphire wafer production gave Sino-American a revenue of $13 million in 2010, accounting for a two percent chunk of the overall $746 million, though it wants to hoist the mark up to the five percent figure by 2011's end.
  • Sapphire motherboards, 128GB CF card, SSD RAID array

    Hard 'upSapphire has announced a series of new motherboards that will support Intel chipsets, according to | PureOC. The first is the Pure Black X58, which supports i7 processors and the X58 chipset. It comes with a number of USB 3.0, SATA III, SATA II and PCI-E slots, among other features.
  • Sapphire launches Intel based USB 3 mobos

    Sapphire has announced  a range of motherboards for Intel chips.

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