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GPU & Displays | 15th May 2010
ASUS have combined all their various upgrades, and some new ones, into one HD5870. The Matrix Platinum. How does it fair?
GPU & Displays | 6th May 2010
We take a look at the ASUS MS236H to see if style and function can go hand in hand.
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Jonathan Smith | 25th July 2007
Twice as powerful as the 8800 Ultra whilst consuming less power, all for a reasonable price.
Matthew Fogg | 25th July 2007
Samsung Electronics has claimed that it has developed the world's first LCD panel using the next-generation video interface – DisplayPort.
Matthew Fogg | 23rd July 2007
NVIDIA is also going to launch their next generation PCI Express 2.0 SLI chipsets for both Intel and AMD processors together with the next generation enthusiast GPUs known as G92 in November.
GPU & Displays | 26th April 2010
HIS have released their 5830. Does this cut-down Radeon 5 series deliver the goods, or is it a chop too far?
GPU & Displays | 15th April 2010
Finally, thanks to ZOTAC, we have our hands on a GTX480. Is it all we hoped for?
GPU & Displays | 12th April 2010
MSI have applied their Frozr2 cooler to the HD5870 and given it a nice overclock. How does it perform?
GPU & Displays | 9th April 2010
ASUS have finally released their latest in the TOP line of pre-overclocked graphics cards, the HD5850 TOP.
GPU & Displays | 5th April 2010
XFX have taken the already stunning HD5870 and given it their XXX treatment. Is it all we hoped for? Time to find out.
Matthew Fogg | 10th July 2007
TV Wonder™ 600 USB and TV Wonder™ 650 PCIe allow users to easily turn their PC into a feature-rich home theater
Jonathan Smith | 6th July 2007
Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute recently showed a full range of next-generation displays including a 7-inch color flexible active matrix (AM) LCD display.
Derrek Huey | 5th July 2007
ASUS has announced the release of the world's first hardware real-time overclocking device.
Matthew Fogg | 4th July 2007
Prices for PC-use panels are estimated to rise in July, according to industry sources.
Matthew Fogg | 2nd July 2007
A system that makes three dimensional images solid enough to grasp has been unveiled by Japanese firm NTT