OC3D Reviews ›› GPU & Displays
GPU & Displays | 2nd October 2014
Intrigued by the ASUS Strix peripherals and the latest Maxwell GPUs? Perhaps it's time to combine those two things into a new GPU..
GPU & Displays | 29th September 2014
The next iteration of the exclusive Ares models is here, the Ares III. Two Hawaii XT GPUs combined with an EK waterblock. What's not to enjoy?
OC3D Articles ›› GPU & Displays
Matthew Fogg | 11th September 2007
Looking for a cheaper alternative to the current Blu-ray Disc or HD DVD formats?
Jonathan Smith | 3rd September 2007
The new version of NIBiTor is now available, allowing BIOS level tweaks of your graphics card.
Jonathan Smith | 31st August 2007
Revolutionary chip technology takes HD TV picture quality to the next level.
GPU & Displays | 18th September 2014
The next generation of nVidia GPUs, codenamed Maxwell, is upon us. Are they worth the upgrade? We find out.
GPU & Displays | 3rd September 2014
Asus ARES III dual 290X watercooled graphics card preview the nerd p0rn is strong in this one!
GPU & Displays | 11th August 2014
It's been a while since we've had a chance to review an XFX graphics card, and today we have the R9 290 Double Dissipation to look at.
GPU & Displays | 7th July 2014
The Worlds first monitor with Republic of Gamers branding is the PG278Q Swift, and we take a look at what it offers.
GPU & Displays | 29th June 2014
The next generation of HD screens are upon us, and ASUS have brought out the most affordable 4K screen yet.
Jonathan Smith | 23rd August 2007
Ageia announced a physics accelerator targeted at the growing gaming notebook market.
Matthew Fogg | 22nd August 2007
AMD is pushing real hard to launch R680 in January 2008
Matthew Fogg | 21st August 2007
Gainward introduces NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT 1024MB
Jonathan Smith | 19th August 2007
Biostars 8600GTS is the fastest performing GTS thanks to some help from V-Ranger.
Matthew Fogg | 13th August 2007
"ATi's next generation graphics card is code named 'Wekiva', supposedly the name of a national park in Florida"
Jonathan Smith | 9th August 2007
PCI-SIG, the Special Interest Group responsible for PCI Express industry-standard I/O technology, today announced the approval of 8GT/s as the bit rate for the next generation of PCIe architecture, PCIe 3.0.