Sapphire R7 260X OC 1GB Graphics Card Review

/ 5 years ago

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A Closer Look

The aesthetics of the card and very clean and pleasing. An all black design with silver accents and an 80mm fan: overall a very nice design.

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Underneath the fan we can see an “Intel stock cooler style” heatsink with an 80mm fan.

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Looking at the rear I/O we find a decent selection: DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort, surely something for everyone at this price point.

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A single 6 pin is required, and Sapphire provide an adapter if your PSU has no PCIe connectors.

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The graphics card is very short and conforms to a dual slot thickness.

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Around the back we see a black PCB and an easily removable heatsink if you want to change out the thermal compound or clean the heatsink.

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At the bottom we can see this cooling solution uses direct contact copper.

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