What are some people thinking? Hundreds of dollars for a video card!? I just want to be able to play one or two DirectX 10 games at realistic resolutions. If this sounds like you, you're probably in the market for an entry level graphics card. Something inexpensive that can still make your games playable is what's most desirable. Will the Sapphire HD 2400XT video card be the solution? Let's go ahead and see how well this entry level card does against some of the lower end and middle performance mainstream cards. How will the card react when pushed to the limit? Join us as we thoroughly test and inspect this video card.
OCC Review: Sapphire HD 2400 XT Video Card
Posted 30 July 2007 - 12:20 AM
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