AMD introduced its Radeon HD 2900 XT three months ago, and it pitched it as a value-orientated high-end part, with partners pricing their retail packages at between £250-£275.
As normally happens with a new technology, supply firms up in the subsequent weeks, and the price, inevitably, drops. Now, three months on, Radeon HD 2900 XTs can be purchased for £230, so it's high time that we took a look at the largest AIB's offering - the Sapphire Radeon HD 2900 XT.
Sapphire has been known to produce truly customised SKUs in the past, so will its R600 buck the reference trend? Let's find out.