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8 Nvidia's GT220 Cards Coming Soon

Nvidia's GT220 Cards Coming Soon

Peter Stoba | 26th September 2009

Not quite competitive with the 5800 series, but new cards are coming!

2 Intel Showcase Their Larrabee GPU

Intel Showcase Their Larrabee GPU

Peter Stoba | 25th September 2009

Intel come forward and show off their GPU, designed to compete with the big boys.

17 ATI 5870x2 Poses For A Picture

ATI 5870x2 Poses For A Picture

Peter Stoba | 25th September 2009

ATI's Radeon HD 5870x2 or 'Hemlock' appears on the web, and it's a big one!

6 Lucid Comes Up With The Hydra 200 Chip

Lucid Comes Up With The Hydra 200 Chip

Peter Stoba | 24th September 2009

The legendary Lucid have said their Hydra 200 chip will be available soon.

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2 Radeon HD 5800 Series Hits Shops

Radeon HD 5800 Series Hits Shops

Peter Stoba | 23rd September 2009

The much-hyped Radeon 5800 series cards have arrived at various stores today, in many different forms, so let's take a look at what's best.

4 ATI Radeon HD5890 Coming Too?

ATI Radeon HD5890 Coming Too?

Peter Stoba | 21st September 2009

ATI's fastest single GPU card is said to be coming soon after the 5870.

44 Radeon HD 5870 Performance Revealed

Radeon HD 5870 Performance Revealed

Peter Stoba | 20th September 2009

Some early performance figures for the 5850 and 5870 have found their way onto the internet.

3 Batman Graphics Cards Appear

Batman Graphics Cards Appear

Peter Stoba | 18th September 2009

Nvidia's AIB partners have began to produce Batman Edition graphics cards to promote the PhysX capabilities.

6 ATI 5870 Shows Up Early

ATI 5870 Shows Up Early

Peter Stoba | 17th September 2009

The flagship card of the latest Radeon range shows up a week earlier than expected.

11 Nvidia Are Confident About GT300

Nvidia Are Confident About GT300

Peter Stoba | 16th September 2009

Nvidia remain confident that their GT300 line will keep the performance crown.

11 ATI Plan To Release More 5700 Series Cards

ATI Plan To Release More 5700 Series Cards

Peter Stoba | 14th September 2009

ATI are planning to release more Juniper based GPUs later on in the final quater of the year.

3 XFX Will Offer Optic Implants

XFX Will Offer Optic Implants

Peter Stoba | 11th September 2009

In the year 2118, XFX plan to offer optic implants to take gaming to the complete next level.

8 First Ever "Borderless" TV

First Ever "Borderless" TV

Peter Stoba | 4th September 2009

LG has launched what it called "the world's first range of borderless LCD TVs"

2 EVGA Announce A Classified Video Card

EVGA Announce A Classified Video Card

Peter Stoba | 1st September 2009

EVGA have released another GTX285, although this one requires alot of power!

0 Gigabyte Launch Super OverClock Series

Gigabyte Launch Super OverClock Series

Peter Stoba | 31st August 2009

Popular motherboard and graphics card manufaturer launches a new overclocked range of cards.

17 AMD "Cypress" Is Radeon 5850 & 5870

AMD "Cypress" Is Radeon 5850 & 5870

Peter Stoba | 24th August 2009

AMD has shown some more details of their upcoming DX11 graphics cards.

7 PNY Extend XLR8 Warranty

PNY Extend XLR8 Warranty

Peter Stoba | 22nd August 2009

PNY Extend the warranty of their high end XLR8 range.

8 New Nvidia Names

New Nvidia Names

Peter Stoba | 22nd August 2009

Nvidia seem to be at it again, this time renaming a whole 3 ranges in one go.

0 Yet More Details Of Upcoming ATi Cards

Yet More Details Of Upcoming ATi Cards

Peter Stoba | 21st August 2009

More details of the upcoming DirectX 11 GPUs are found in the wild.

13 ATI's "Juniper" Card Pictured

ATI's "Juniper" Card Pictured

Peter Stoba | 21st August 2009

ATI's Juniper, part of the new range of DirectX 11 GPUs has been spotted.

3 PCI Express 3.0 pushed back one year

PCI Express 3.0 pushed back one year

Jeddy (Forum) | 10th August 2009

2011 before PCI-E 3.0 hardware will appear.

0 EVGA Introduce 4 More Cards

EVGA Introduce 4 More Cards

Peter Stoba | 8th August 2009

EVGA add 4 more, very similiar cards to their GTX series.

5 BFG Announce Two New Watercooled Cards

BFG Announce Two New Watercooled Cards

Peter Stoba | 5th August 2009

BFG release two new self contained watercooled GPUs.

7 AMD Turns Up the Heat with ATI FirePro V8750

AMD Turns Up the Heat with ATI FirePro V8750

Gaurang Shah | 28th July 2009

AMD today turned on the heat on competitor NVIDIA with the launch of its new flagship card - the ATI FirePro V8750.

0 NVIDIA Updates CUDA Toolkit to Version 2.3

NVIDIA Updates CUDA Toolkit to Version 2.3

Gaurang Shah | 22nd July 2009

NVIDIA today updated its CUDA Toolkit and SDK for GPU computing to version 2.3, introducing many significant new features.

10 BFG Unveils Two High-end GeForce Cards

BFG Unveils Two High-end GeForce Cards

Gaurang Shah | 9th July 2009

BFG has increased its standing the graphics card market with the official launch of its two NVIDIA based GPUs.

9 Mushkin Going Graphics Again

Mushkin Going Graphics Again

Derrick Huey | 2nd July 2009

Memory manufacturer Mushkin looks to make a serious push into the graphics card market.

8 NVIDIA Releases Quintet of 40nm GeForce GPUs

NVIDIA Releases Quintet of 40nm GeForce GPUs

Gaurang Shah | 15th June 2009

NVIDIA today added five new GeForce 200M series GPUs to its range, all based on TSMC's 40nm process.

5 AMD Demonstrates World's First Microsoft DirectX 11 Graphics Processor

AMD Demonstrates World's First Microsoft DirectX 11 Graphics Processor

Peter Kennedy | 3rd June 2009

Today AMD showed off the latest DX11 technology in a press release at Computex.

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