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GPU & Displays | 14th January 2013
Hot on the heels of their success in the OC3D Best of 2012 awards, we take a look at an XT variant of the HD7870 from Club 3D.
GPU & Displays | 8th December 2012
Fancy taking the plunge to something beyond HD? We look at the ASUS PB278Q, and also the performance hit you'll take with 2560x1440 pixels.
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Bryan Waters | 22nd September 2010
We've heard a rumour that was so ground-breaking we had to share.
Derrick Huey | 21st September 2010
Nvidia's CEO talks briefly about upcoming GPUs and x86 CUDA in his GPU Technology Conference keynote.
Derrick Huey | 26th August 2010
Canadian e-tailer NCIX has put up an Asus Ares card on eBay for Pakistan flood relief.
GPU & Displays | 1st November 2012
With certainly the most unique cooler we've seen, it's time to review the GTX680 Super Over Clock from Gigabyte.
GPU & Displays | 22nd October 2012
We finally get our hands on the top-line HD7970 from ASUS, the Matrix Platinum. Has it been worth the lengthy wait?
GPU & Displays | 17th October 2012
At a bargain price can the Club 3D HD7850 provide gaming thrills? Read our review to find out.
GPU & Displays | 30th September 2012
The latest in the extraordinary Devil13 range from PowerColor is upon us. Does it deliver everything you desire?
GPU & Displays | 16th August 2012
The second of our reviews of the new GTX660Ti is courtesy of Zotac, and their AMP! model.
Ben Short | 13th August 2010
We've got our hands on some leaked images of the MSI GTX 480 HydroGen.
Ben Short | 11th August 2010
XFX launch a special single slot HD 5770 designed for HTPC systems.
Derrick Huey | 27th July 2010
Nvidia may soon be releasing a fully-featured GF104 card to replace the GTX 470.
Derrick Huey | 21st July 2010
A few basic details on Nvidia's upcoming GTS 450 card have come to light.
Alex Myers | 2nd June 2010
It seems like just yesterday that the GTX 480 and 470 were released to much fanfare, but Zotac have been quick to announce the latest addition to their GTX400 series family.
Alex Myers | 28th May 2010
nVidia’s latest 257.15 GeForce drivers are now enabling PhysX with a non-nVidia card present.