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    Sapphire HD 6870 Dirt 3 Edition Review

    Sapphire has launched a new version of their mid-range video card, the HD 6870 Dirt 3 Edition, and they were kind enough to send one for us to review. Sapphire is known for being one of the largest OEM manufacturers of AMD video cards. Are you in the market for a good quality and performing video card? Is price a large part of your decision making process? This article aims to answer these questions and more in your quest for a new video card.

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    Nice job on the review krag! These 6870's sure are a solid bang for your buck card!

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    Thanks bro, this is my 1st vid card review and it did stretch me a bit. With your help I will get better. You and Matt are the experts around here

    I was very surprised at how well this card stacked up to the 6950 & 6970 cards. 2 of these 6870's in X-fire would satisfy anyone.
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    Nice review

    Thought I recognised the inside of that case...
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