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GPU & Displays | 9th November 2008
HIS are at the top of their game at the moment, so when they offered us the 4670 & 4830 to review, we couldn't resist.
GPU & Displays | 1st November 2008
More than a refresh, the GTX 260 Black Edition utilises NVidias 2nd generation Unified Architecture. With some stiff competition around at the moment, can it cut the mustard?
GPU & Displays | 7th October 2008
HIS may have been sitting in the shadows for the past few years, but now they're back with a vengance. We check out their latest HD4850 IceQ 4 TurboX card.
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Bryan Waters | 18th November 2009
ASUS release details of the worlds most powerful graphics card
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
GPU & Displays | 26th September 2008
Can the Asus EN9800GT claim the middleweight crown in the GPU market or will the HD4850 still reign supreme. Let's take a look at the Glaciator cooled 9800GT and find out.
GPU & Displays | 20th September 2008
The XFX 9600GSO and Sapphire HD4670 go head to head in the battle for mid range supremacy. Who do you think will come out on top?
GPU & Displays | 16th September 2008
PhysX has been a failure for AGEIA in the past, can XFX and NVidia conjour up some interest in game physics with the latest XXX edition of the GTX280?
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?
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
Alex Myers | 31st October 2009
Taiwanese chipmakers TSMC are having temporary problems with their 40nm process yeilds.
Alex Myers | 30th October 2009
Nvidia are out with a new Beta driver supporting the openCL library
Alex Myers | 26th October 2009
This Haloween could be a little bit strange in the world of graphics cards as nVidia and EVGA join forces to release a new card.