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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?
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Milind Chidrawar | 27th December 2009
Sapphire's factory overclocked graphics card suffers from a slight hinderance
Milind Chidrawar | 23rd December 2009
A step in the right direction towards encouraging developers to better utilise today's GPUs? Read on
Tom Logan | 30th November 2009
ATI & Overclock3d team up to give you the chance to win a 5770 in time for christmas!
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.
GPU & Displays | 2nd April 2010
After Mondays stunning Crossfire results, does the Twin Frozr on the MSI Hawk give even more headroom?
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?
Bryan Waters | 17th November 2009
Semiaccurate are reporting NVIDIA Fermi card to miss clock targets by 20%
Bryan Waters | 14th November 2009
NVIDIA are teasing a Fermi display at the forthcoming SC09 in Oregon
Bryan Waters | 12th November 2009
ASUS have released the first information and a sneak peek of their forthcoming EAH5750 Formula Graphics card
Bryan Waters | 10th November 2009
Despite 2009 drawing to a close, Nvidia claim the Fermi/GT300 is still on track to be released when they expected
Alex Myers | 6th November 2009
Thanks to poor chip yields at TSMC and a lack of any competition, it looks like the 5800 series is going to be scarce and expensive for a while
Alex Myers | 2nd November 2009
NVIDIA and Microsoft have been working together recently on support for their advanced 'Tesla' GPGPU's