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GPU & Displays | 19th August 2008
Today we take a look at AMD's latest and greatest GPU and place it head-to-head with an NVIDIA GTX280.
GPU & Displays | 16th August 2008
With a 2GB frame buffer and custom cooling, can PowerColor improve on an already awesome GPU?
OC3D Articles ›› GPU & Displays
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
GPU & Displays | 1st August 2008
We take the Sapphire HD4870 512mb GDDR5 for a ride and pitch it up against its nearest rivals. In the latest review of ATI's flagship model.
GPU & Displays | 24th July 2008
High performance without the high price tag? We take a look at PowerColor's HD4870 to see how it fairs against the green teams GTX260.
GPU & Displays | 23rd July 2008
Fancy a factory overclocked GTX 260? We take a peek at two of XFX's latest XXX edition GPU's in SLI and pitch them against ATI's current flagship HD4870 cards.
GPU & Displays | 8th July 2008
With a nice factory overclock and some camo decals, how does thet ASUS ENGTX260 TOP compare to its bigger brother the GTX280?
GPU & Displays | 30th June 2008
ATI have been quietly boiling away at their latest gen. We take the HD4850 out for a spin and see how it gets on
Jonathan Smith | 29th June 2007
NVIDIA are due to release a mid-range 8800 in November based on a smaller 65nm process.
Matthew Fogg | 26th June 2007
Hybrid SLI will be implemented on notebooks initially and then later into desktops.
Jonathan Smith | 23rd June 2007
NVIDIA reveals that it is not behind when it comes to general purpose GPU, or GPGPU, computing.
Jonathan Smith | 18th June 2007
AMD must be feeling the heat and wanting to breat into the 8800 market. Badly...
Matthew Fogg | 14th June 2007
Diamond Multimedia Announces the World’s First 1GB Single GPU Consumer HD 2900XT Graphics Card.