Sapphire er en af de trofaste producenter når det gælder Radeon HD grafikkortene. Her tester TweakTown deres Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 FleX 1GB grafikkort.
When I first looked at the HD 5770 FleX I was impressed that Sapphire had taken the time to acknowledge one of the biggest issues with Eyefinity and fix it. The issue we speak of is the need to have a DisplayPort monitor to make use of the technology. For some it's not an issue, especially if you're only on one monitor and you're going to buy three new ones for your setup. If you're not, though, and you already have a couple of monitors, the need for a DP enabled one is a pain.
While we've seen advancements in Active adapters with the introduction of Single-Link DVI to DisplayPort being released, the issue continues to be that it's hit and miss and can just be an all-round pain to get up and running. On the other hand, if you've got native DisplayPort monitors you shouldn't have many issues, if any. What the HD 5770 FleX allowed us to do was use three DVI monitors on a single card. What you were doing was bringing the advantage of NVIDIAs Surround Sound, which is the use of DVI monitors, with the advantage of Eyefinity; the ability to run them off a single card.
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