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    Default Re: Thank you PUREOC

    Doc, I reviewed Sapphire's site before posing the question. I do my homework. The question stands.

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    Cool Re: Thank you PUREOC

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    Are the PCs in your offices commercially sourced prebuilts, or are they assembled by your IT department to company spec? I'd be interested to know what Sapphire is actually using in their office boxes. I know they aren't enthusiast rigs by any stretch, but the curiosity exists.
    Well well well...
    That's a good question. I would like to find out, too. For myself, I am using a superb DxxL notebook. LOL.
    Our sales office in US, we use the regular PC made by IT dept.

    Cheers!~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    Doc, I reviewed Sapphire's site before posing the question. I do my homework. The question stands.
    Then you would know that they work with AMD, so why did you ask about water cooled Nvidia cards ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Then you would know that they work with AMD, so why did you ask about water cooled Nvidia cards ?
    That question is long in the tooth.

    Sapphire has always been an ATI-exclusive GPU manufacturer. ATI is now dead, and its corpse is dancing to the tune of a new piper. Early this year, Sapphire launched its first-ever Intel-based motherboards. This speaks to me of new market interests; a time for Sapphire to spread its wings, stretch its legs, take in some fresh air. To branch out. The company has produced several niche products lately too. As for production capabilities, Sapphire can manufacture close to two million graphics cards per month. There is room for experimental products.

    My question seeks to find out where else this trend of expansion is heading. Myself, as a consumer, would have more reason to pay attention to Sapphire, if they were to begin producing nVidia GPUs. And if that was to be the case, I might as well hope for a water-cooled variant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    ATI is now dead, and its corpse
    I didn't aware ATI is R.I.P

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    Default Re: Thank you PUREOC

    Because AMD bought out ATI and I'm sure they kept all or at least some of engineering department employees.

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