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OC3D Reviews ›› GPU & Displays

6 MSI N285GTX Superpipe 2G PCIe Graphics card

MSI N285GTX Superpipe 2G PCIe Graphics card

GPU & Displays | 8th July 2009

Could 2GB of GDDR3, a non reference cooler and a pre-overclocked G200 core make the N285GTX the fastest single GPU on the planet? Read all about it in our latest GPU review...

17 Sapphire 4890 Vapor-X PCIe Graphics Card

Sapphire 4890 Vapor-X PCIe Graphics Card

GPU & Displays | 2nd June 2009

Can Sapphire's vapor X cooler keep this maniacal overclocker of a card in check or is it just a lot of media hype and hot wind? Find out in our latest GPU review...

11 Zotac GTS250 'AMP' 1GB PCIe Graphics card

Zotac GTS250 'AMP' 1GB PCIe Graphics card

GPU & Displays | 27th May 2009

Just another rehash of the tried and tested G92? Can a sprinkling of Zotac overclocking and 1GB of GDDR3 make this card a 4850/70 killer? Read our latest review to find out...

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OC3D Articles ›› GPU & Displays

5 Samsung Pushes LCDs Further With 97% Gamut

Samsung Pushes LCDs Further With 97% Gamut

Derrek Huey | 30th August 2006

Samsung Pushes LCDs Further With 97% Gamut

5 Folding@Home on ATI GPUs

Folding@Home on ATI GPUs

Nick Sarpolis | 25th August 2006

Folding@Home on ATI GPUs

10 PowerColor's Bad Boys to Come Soon: X1950

PowerColor's Bad Boys to Come Soon: X1950

Derrek Huey | 23rd August 2006

PowerColor's Bad Boys to Come Soon: X1950

10 Big Screen TV's Just Got Bigger

Big Screen TV's Just Got Bigger

Derrek Huey | 22nd August 2006

Big Screen TV's Just Got Bigger

12 Sapphire HD 4770 PCIe Graphics Card

Sapphire HD 4770 PCIe Graphics Card

GPU & Displays | 22nd May 2009

Entry level gaming GPU's are often overlooked with the constant battle waged at the high end of the market. Today we take a look at Sapphires interpretation of the new HD4770 GPU...

0 Asus EAH4770 PCIe Graphics Card

Asus EAH4770 PCIe Graphics Card

GPU & Displays | 14th May 2009

Can a 15nm shrink on the GPU give the 4770 the technology needed to punch above its weight? How do the 4770's perform in Crossfire? We reveal all in our latest budget GPU review...

9 HIS HD 4770 512MB PCI-E Graphics Card

HIS HD 4770 512MB PCI-E Graphics Card

GPU & Displays | 9th May 2009

Will the world's first 40nm GPU have what it takes to be a contender or will it be a case of too much too soon?

4 Zotac GTX285 Infinity Edition PCIe Graphics Card

Zotac GTX285 Infinity Edition PCIe Graphics Card

GPU & Displays | 21st April 2009

Watercooling and overclocking go hand in hand so when we were given the opportunity to try out Zotacs GTX285 Infinty edition, we jumped at the chance. See how we got in in our latest review...

16 XFX ATI 4000 Series Round Up

XFX ATI 4000 Series Round Up

GPU & Displays | 14th April 2009

Is it possible to have the best of both worlds? We find out as we test the latest ATI graphics cards from XFX...

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9 ATI Release Catalyst 6.7

ATI Release Catalyst 6.7

Llwyd Johnson | 30th July 2006

ATI Release Catalyst 6.7

2 PowerColor X1600 PRO HDMI Connecting PC to HDTV

PowerColor X1600 PRO HDMI Connecting PC to HDTV

Llwyd Johnson | 21st July 2006

PowerColor X1600 PRO HDMI Connecting PC to HDTV

9 ATI CrossFire Clockspeed Adjustments

ATI CrossFire Clockspeed Adjustments

Llwyd Johnson | 21st July 2006

ATI CrossFire Clockspeed Adjustments

0 New ATI Chip Set To Improve Multimedia

New ATI Chip Set To Improve Multimedia

Llwyd Johnson | 8th June 2006

New ATI Chip Set To Improve Multimedia

8 XFX Release Their Nvidia 7950 GX2

XFX Release Their Nvidia 7950 GX2

Dave Stevens | 5th June 2006

XFX Release Their Nvidia 7950 GX2

7 ATI RD600 Chipset!

ATI RD600 Chipset!

Twisted | 3rd June 2006

ATI RD600 Chipset!

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