Sapphire Showcase Latest Products at Computex 2017
Peter Donnell / 9 months ago
I’m a big fan of Sapphire graphics cards, as they’re some of the finest AMD GPUs on the market. They’re designs always look great, the prices are right, and the performance is spot on. While we’ve already seen and reviewed the latest cards from Sapphire’s RX5xx series (since we’re still waiting for Vega!), we wanted to see what else they had to offer.
Tired of looking at the same old shroud and backplate on your graphics card? If the answer is yes, then you’ll love these new additions for the Sapphire Nitro GPUs.
The Nitro Gear bundle comes with the new colour matched LED fans, shroud and a new backplate. This is a really cool way to colour match your system and I’m amazed more brands don’t already do this!
Here it is again, this time in blue, obviously.
This specially modded system is quite interesting. The HTPC form factor still houses a compact gaming system and while it’s just a concept at the moment, we hear this may even may it to market in the future. I hope it does, it looks pretty awesome.
Again, this is just a prototype mod build, so there are a few rough edges. What do you think of the design?
Desktop performance is big business, but sometimes you have a compact or mobile system, laptop, etc, that just can’t fit a GPU. When you need to do some heavy rendering, you can use the Sapphire external GPU box to fit a high-end GPU inside. Hook this up to your system and you’re good to go!
I quite like the design of it too, it’s understated, has good airflow, and wouldn’t look out of place on top of your desk. Of course, keep in mind you’ll need a Thunderbolt 3 compatible system to connect it to first.