Sapphire Radeon HD 2600 Pro AGP review

@ 2007/11/17
So we unboxed the 2600, and slid it into a computer that was never meant to game on. We had to use the included power adapter, and just would reach the power supply cable with just a couple of inches to spare. We hooked up to a monitor, plugged in the power, and expected the worst. Perhaps fire from the power supply, or a dreaded BIOS error code beeping. To our surprise it posted. It posted and it went into Windows! We put on the Catalyst 7.10 drivers, and held our breath.

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