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8 HIS HD7950 Review

HIS HD7950 Review

GPU & Displays | 31st January 2012

Following the success of the HD7970 it's time to take a look at the slightly cut down version, here courtesy of HIS.

6 Inno3D GTX560Ti 448 Core Review

Inno3D GTX560Ti 448 Core Review

GPU & Displays | 12th January 2012

The last of our looks at the limited run of GTX560 448 Core, comes from Inno3D.

24 HD7970 Quadfire Eyefinity Review

HD7970 Quadfire Eyefinity Review

GPU & Displays | 9th January 2012

So what if money was no object? What if you want to break world records? Perhaps Quadfire HD7970s would be the ticket...

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12 AMD Catalyst 14.9 for Windows

AMD Catalyst 14.9 for Windows

Mark Campbell | 30th September 2014

The latest version of the AMD Catalyst Software Suite, AMD Catalyst 14.9 is now available.

20 AIO Liquid cooled GTX 980 Spotted

AIO Liquid cooled GTX 980 Spotted

Mark Campbell | 29th September 2014

Pictures have appeared on the net of an ASETEK AIO watercooled GTX 980. Even more interesting is that this looks like an Nvidia Reference Design

36 Shadow of Mordor requires 6GB of VRAM?

Shadow of Mordor requires 6GB of VRAM?

Mark Campbell | 29th September 2014

It has been revealed that Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor will require 6GB of VRAM for Ultra settings at 1080p.

17 Nvidia will not support Adaptive Sync

Nvidia will not support Adaptive Sync

Mark Campbell | 28th September 2014

Nvidia has confirmed that they will not be supporting the AMD-pushed Adaptive Sync VESA Standard.

8 HIS HD7970 Crossfire & Eyefinity Review

HIS HD7970 Crossfire & Eyefinity Review

GPU & Displays | 9th January 2012

If one HD7970 is exceptional, what would the performance of two be like? Thanks to HIS Digital we can find out. Read on.

14 PowerColor HD7970 Overclocking & Eyefinity Review

PowerColor HD7970 Overclocking & Eyefinity Review

GPU & Displays | 9th January 2012

Next up in our insane look at the HD7970 is Powercolor, purveyors of some of our favourite Radeon cards.

10 VTX3D HD7970 PCIE2 vs PCIE3 Review

VTX3D HD7970 PCIE2 vs PCIE3 Review

GPU & Displays | 9th January 2012

Today we start our mammoth look at the HD7970 with the VTX3D version, and a change of testing methodology.

15 ASUS MARS 2 SLI Madness

ASUS MARS 2 SLI Madness

GPU & Displays | 29th December 2011

Seeing as its the season for excess and the MARS 2 is the most powerful graphics card on the planet we just had to see what would happen if you ran two in SLI.

4 PowerColor HD6970 Devil 13 Review

PowerColor HD6970 Devil 13 Review

GPU & Displays | 16th December 2011

With the 7 series AMD cards on the horizon we take a look at the swansong for the HD6970, in full-on custom Devil 13 guise from PowerColor.

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10 Nvidia now supports G-Sync Surround Setups

Nvidia now supports G-Sync Surround Setups

Mark Campbell | 26th September 2014

Upon release G-Sync only worked in single monitor config, which as Nvidia didn't have a GPU with more than one DisplayPort output. Now both these issues are history.

9 Nvidia's New SLI Connectors

Nvidia's New SLI Connectors

Mark Campbell | 24th September 2014

Nvidia's New SLI connectors have finally been made available to the public. It is US only ATM but expect them to be available worldwide soon,

5 EK unveils GTX 980 water blocks

EK unveils GTX 980 water blocks

Mark Campbell | 22nd September 2014

EK has revealed their new GTX 980 water blocks, which feature improved performance both in terms of thermals and water pressure.

21 Massive Nvidia Price drops!

Massive Nvidia Price drops!

Mark Campbell | 22nd September 2014

After the release of Nvidia's Maxwell GPUs, the prices have now dropped significantly for all GTX 760 and above GPUs.

3 VESA Brings DisplayPort to  USB

VESA Brings DisplayPort to USB

Mark Campbell | 22nd September 2014

VESA uses USB Type-C Alternate Mode to enable DisplayPort Capabilities over the New, Slim, Reversible USB Type-C Connector.

12 ASUS GTX970 Strix Preview

ASUS GTX970 Strix Preview

Mark Campbell | 18th September 2014

Nvidia's Maxwell architecture is reaching for the high end, lets see what the Strix Guys at ASUS can do when they get their claws into it.

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