Sapphire HD 7870 XT With Boost (Tahiti LE) Graphics Card Review

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Sapphire HD 7870 XT with Boost (Tahiti LE) Max Overclock Graphics Card Review

A Quick Look at 5760×1080 – Skyrim

Skyrim was tested at 5760×1080 and Ultra Detail. Anisotropic filtering was set to 16 Samples and FXAA was enabled.


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In our final gaming test we run through some Skyrim at 5760×1080 and see that Sapphire and AMD end this part of the review strongly. They average around 3-7fps above the GTX 660 Ti when using three screens for surround gaming.

Here is an example of how the game looks at our initial tested settings.

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