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GPU & Displays | 29th March 2010
Last generation a HD4770 Crossfire setup was about the best bargain around. Does the HD5770 continue the trend?
GPU & Displays | 19th March 2010
XFX have given the ATI 5750 their XXX treatment. How does it fair?
OC3D Articles ›› GPU & Displays
Matthew Fogg | 28th May 2007
Sony introduces world's first 16.7 million color flexible OLED display
Matthew Fogg | 21st May 2007
R700 multi-core marchitecture chip will support the next generation DirectX that some call DirectX 10.1.
Nick Sarpolis | 20th May 2007
Samsung and LG Phillips are working hard to bring new display technology to the market. Currently, they have been working on perfecting a technology called AMOLED, or active matrix organic light emitting diode. Read more inside..
GPU & Displays | 20th January 2010
ASUS were kind enough to supply us with the entire range of ATI HD5xxx series cards for testing and we tried every combination. What supplies the best value? Read on..
GPU & Displays | 14th January 2010
Making sure that there is a 5 series card for all occasions and pockets, ATI have released the HD5670. OC3D takes a look.
GPU & Displays | 31st December 2009
Three months since the Radeon HD 5800 series, we examine one of HIS' latest offerings.
GPU & Displays | 16th November 2009
What happens when an Asus badge is placed on a proven performer? There's only one way to find out...
GPU & Displays | 2nd November 2009
Can ATi's £200 wonder make for a better value for money Crossfire setup? Let's find out...
Matthew Fogg | 15th May 2007
SAPPHIRE Set to Turn your Whole System TOXIC
Matt Kemp | 14th May 2007
Following the release of the new 2900XT, Asus have announced a superb game bundle with their version of the 2900XT - the EAH2900XT
Matthew Fogg | 14th May 2007
AMD announces its long-awaited ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT, seven months after its initial launch date
Derrek Huey | 9th May 2007
NVIDIA has announced the release of their newest budget, entry-level GPU: the 7200 GS.
Matthew Fogg | 8th May 2007
K|ngp|n does it again...this time Nvidia 8800 Ultra style