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The sceptical customer might expect the X1900 XTX, which follows closely on the heels of the X1800 series, to be little more than a more refined retread of a familiar…
£470 inc VAT
The X1800 GTO isn't a brand-new chip, but the competitive pricing introduced by ATI and Sapphire make this the best deal on the market.
£142 inc VAT
The X1950 XTX has a large number of similarities to its predecessor, the X1900 XTX. However, there are a few novel features.
£310 inc VAT
This is the first time we've seen a graphics card that supports HDMI. So what's the difference?
£95 inc VAT
Back in the day, a sub-£100 graphics card was a sure sign you were scraping the bottom of the gaming barrel – but you get much more for your money nowadays.
£84 inc VAT
The Pro features a high-definition multimedia interface, and could be a great addition to an HD enthusiast's front room.
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As we expected, the XT had the legs on its X1600 Pro sibling, but the good news stops there.
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The X1950XTX is an updated X1900XTX, sporting much faster DDR4 memory and an increased memory bandwidth.
£310 inc VAT
Hot on the heels of the X1950 XTX comes the Sapphire X1950 Pro, which comfortably slots into the enthusiast sector of the market.
£135 inc VAT
The original Sapphire X1950 Pro was one of the better cards at this price level. So how does the firm follow that up? By producing the slightly enhanced X1950 Pro…
£149 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 Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT is an affordable Direct 10.0 graphics card from ATI.
£94 inc VAT
The Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT is the least expensive of the new ATI cards we've seen
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Although an inexpensive graphics card, the the Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT struggles to hit decent games framerates.
£69 inc VAT
Sufficiently pricey to have some serious hardware but affordable enough to tempt most users, the Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 3850 Pro provides enough performance to rip…
£112 inc VAT
Whether you plump for the 8800 GT or the brand new Sapphire ATI Radeon 3870 XT chip from ATI will really depend on what's most important to you – lowering the price…
£165 inc VAT
AMD has taken two mid-range 3870 chips and stuck them together to create the 3870 X2 - a high-end graphics chip with a mid-range price.
£282 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
Sapphire's HD 4870 is the first graphics card we've tested to feature ATI's brand-new flagship Radeon HD 4800 series chips. Alongside its HD 4850 little brother…
£211 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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