We have reviewed many OCZ solid state drives in the last year and today we are looking at their latest Octane 512GB model. There is no doubt that OCZ have been at the forefront of SSD development in the last year, focusing almost exclusively on Sandforce based products. For those of you who have been around as long as me however, you may remember that OCZ were the first company to partner up with Indilinx and today they reaffirm that union by including an – Indilinx Everest controller in the Octane drive.
Sapphire started to address this problem by introducing their FleX range of cards, which do the job aboard the card so you don't have to shell out extra cash. FleX allows you to run three monitors running on DVI independently, without the need for any high priced extras or dongles. Sapphire have now decided to bring their FleX technology to the Radeon HD 6450 to offer consumers a low cost Eyefinity solution for users on a budget. Whilst it's not the fastest card on the market, it will allow you to immerse yourself into the game further, so let's take a look to see what it's all about.
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