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GPU & Displays | 12th December 2011
ASUS have released their version of the GTX560Ti with 448 Cores, and equipped it with the DirectCU II cooler.
GPU & Displays | 30th November 2011
Following the disappointing overclocking results, we take another stab at the MSI GTX560Ti 448.
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Mark Campbell | 16th July 2014
For Professional users more screens means more productivity. Now with the help of Club3D more screens just became easier.
Mark Campbell | 9th July 2014
It looks like Nvidia may skip the 20nm process entirely, but what does that mean for us?
Mark Campbell | 29th June 2014
THE Republic of Gamers Brand is finally entering Monitor Space and with specs like these specs it will hit with a bang.
GPU & Displays | 29th November 2011
That rather lengthy name means an upgraded limited edition GTX560Ti. How does it perform?
GPU & Displays | 28th November 2011
Today we look at a rather unique take on an alternate cooling option for the GTX580 from PNY.
GPU & Displays | 25th November 2011
The HIS IceQ versions of the AMD cards have always been some of the best. Does the HD6950 keep this up?
GPU & Displays | 7th November 2011
Today we're taking a look at a hardcore version of the GTX560Ti, courtesy of Sparkle.
GPU & Displays | 20th October 2011
Today we're looking at the Gigabyte GTX580, here in its Super Overclock form. Does it take the single GPU crown?
James Riley | 22nd May 2014
We show off Asus' latest ROG themed card; the Striker 760 Platinum
Bryan Waters | 24th April 2014
It's been a while since AMD have produced a dual-GPU card, and the 295X2 comes with two Hawaii XT GPUs and a water-cooling solution. We take a look.
James Riley | 3rd March 2014
We have an exclusive look around the new MSI R9 290X Lightning Edition
James Riley | 28th February 2014
We take a quick look at MSI's take on the GTX 750 Ti. Powerful card that requires no extra power connections.
James Riley | 27th February 2014
We take a quick look at Asus' version of the ultra power efficient and high clocking GTX 750 Ti.
Tom Logan | 25th February 2014
Getting a comfortable place for your monitor is vital. We take a look at a space-saving stand that should help.