first there's MSI 7730, now this is what i've been waiting that sapphire will release same card since mas barato ang sapphire... i'm hoping that this card will be a tad slower than 7750, if thats the case, nindot jud kaau cxa knowing nga ang TDP is just 47watts compared to 7750 55watts that offers great performance/watt.. also hoping nga around 3.5k more or less ang price.. nindot jud kaau ni cxa pang internet cafe or piso net paired with an ivybridge celeron or pentium..
Following the announcement of MSI Radeon HD 7730 also other manufacturers are finishing their Radeon HD 7000 lineup with the latest entry-level card from AMD.
Sapphire made two cards based on Radeon HD 7730. First one is equipped with 1GB GDDR5 memory whereas the second model has 2GB GDDR3 on board. Unfortunately we still don’t know the exact name of a mysterious GPU mounted on this card, all we know is that packs 384 Stream Processors and it shouldn’t be much different from Cape Verde. Since both cards make use of a different memory types they operate at different clocks: 2250 MHz for 1GB GDDR5 and 900 MHz for 2GB GDDR3. The GPU clock is the same on both — 800 MHz.
Both cards also use the same cooler which is a dual-slot and single fan solution. The latest Sapphire models are equipped with DVI, HDMI and VGA display outputs. Interestingly the price of both cards is almost exactly the same – €69 for 1GB and €70 for 2GB model. So it’s up to you, whether you require more capacity or higher memory bandwidth.
The new GPU is called Cape Verde LE.
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Source: Sapphire Radeon HD 7730 Detailed, Features Cape Verde LE GPU | VideoCardz.com,