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GPU & Displays | 4th April 2014
Time to take a look at a factory overclocked R9 290X, courtesy of PowerColor and their PCS+ model.
GPU & Displays | 17th March 2014
Today we look at the ASUS Matrix version of the GTX780Ti, designed for hardcore overclockers.
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Matthew Fogg | 26th April 2007
AMD's flagship ATI Radeon HD 2900 XTX fails to usurp the GeForce 8800 GTX's performance crown
Matthew Fogg | 24th April 2007
Apparently it's the real McCoy...R600XT busted open!
Matthew Fogg | 19th April 2007
AMD’s graphics division today announced its April driver package for Radeon-based graphics cards.
GPU & Displays | 11th March 2014
The latest of our looks at cards with the latest nVidia Maxwell architecture is the MSI GTX750Ti Gaming.
GPU & Displays | 7th March 2014
Following the recent launch of the Maxwell architecture on the GTX750Ti, we take a look at the first partner card from ASUS.
GPU & Displays | 4th March 2014
MSI have two major lines, the regular Gaming edition and the hardcore overclocking Lightning. Today we're looking at the R9 290X Lightning.
GPU & Displays | 21st February 2014
ASUS have applied their DirectCU II cooler to the awesome GTX780Ti. There is also a factory overclock, so how does it perform?
GPU & Displays | 18th February 2014
The first Maxwell card is upon us in the shape of the GTX750Ti. We take a look at how it performs.
Matthew Fogg | 18th April 2007
The new ASUS EN8600GTS/HTDP/256M is a high-end graphics card that will be released and bundled with the much anticipated first person shooter game S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadows of Chernobyl.
Derrek Huey | 18th April 2007
Computer hardware manufacturer Foxconn has announced the release of their 8600 and 8500 series offerings.
Matthew Fogg | 17th April 2007
GIGABYTE Introduces New Silent-Pipe II™ Graphics Accelerators with GeForce® 8600 GT
Matthew Fogg | 16th April 2007
We see some more benchmarks for the highly anticipated Radeon HD2900XT.
Derrek Huey | 15th April 2007
Nvidia's planned addition to the 8800 line, the 8800 Ultra, may turn out to be a rare thing indeed.
Matthew Fogg | 12th April 2007
The future of Intel's discrete graphics plans