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You can upgrade your PC's graphics card for very little money, but is £45 money well spent? We pit two nVidia GT 730 cards against the Radeon R7 240 Boost to find out.
£45 inc VAT
Although an inexpensive graphics card, the the Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT struggles to hit decent games framerates.
£69 inc VAT
If the typical £70-£100 graphics card is aimed at the relatively undemanding members of the gaming community, the targets for the sub-£50 cards, such as this Sapphire…
£47 inc VAT
The lowest-end recent Radeon chip, the Sapphire Radeon HD 3450 is aiming very much at the budget end of the graphics card market.
£43 inc VAT
AMD's Radeon R7 240 Boost budget graphics card is a little behind its nVidia rival in performance, but also a few pounds cheaper. Read our Sapphire Radeon R7 240…
£45 inc VAT
The ATI HD 4850 X2 isn't the newest card on the market, but if you're shopping nearer to the higher end of price levels, the 2GB DDR3 RAM Sapphire HD 4850 X2 really…
£276 inc VAT
With two chips, two memory interfaces, and two lots of RAM, the Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 X2 has some searing specifications.
£376 inc VAT
The £70 X1550 is a distinct step up from the onboard graphics controllers that come with many a sub-£500 PC, and will give you bags more in terms of visuals.
£70 inc VAT
The Pro features a high-definition multimedia interface, and could be a great addition to an HD enthusiast's front room.
£95 inc VAT
As we expected, the XT had the legs on its X1600 Pro sibling, but the good news stops there.
£90 inc VAT
More expensive than the 4550 (and thus more appropriate for today's hardware-intensive gaming world), but still a good £23 short of the three figure mark, the…
£77 inc VAT
The Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5750 Vapor-X graphics card's low power needs make it a solid HTPC (home theatre PC) choice.
£120 inc VAT
The Sapphire Radeon HD 6770 is a graphics card that offers good value at around the £100 mark.
£110 inc VAT
The Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT is the least expensive of the new ATI cards we've seen
£59 inc VAT
The Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 6570 is a low-power graphics card for media-centre PCs and those on a tight budget.
£56 inc VAT
The Sapphire Vid-2X is a display adaptor that lets you connect two displays to one port on any PC with DVI or DisplayPort output.
£140 inc VAT
The Sapphire Edge HD4 is mini microcomputer, just enough to get by with routine tasks. It's small, cute and costs only £300.
£300 inc VAT
An inexpensive graphics card offering decent performance, we were looking for good value from the Sapphire HD 7730. How did it work out in our benchmarks? Read our…
£64 inc VAT
While there are cheaper versions of the 4670 available, Sapphire has given ATI’s HD 4670 the VIP treatment to make the best sub-£75 deal we've seen yet.
£71 inc VAT
With the Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 4850 Toxic Edition, Sapphire delivers an enhanced ATI 4850 graphics card with a boosted clock speed and effective Zalman cooler.
£150 inc VAT
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