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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.
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Matthew Fogg | 13th September 2007
SAPPHIRE Technology is now introducing a new DUAL graphics accelerator based on the HD2600 XT.
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.
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.
GPU & Displays | 15th February 2014
The big problem with the R9 290 was the heat, so does the MSI Twin Frozr unleash the beast?
GPU & Displays | 27th January 2014
Today we're looking at the ASUS Poseidon GTX780, combining water-cooling with air-cooling to be all things to all men.
GPU & Displays | 29th December 2013
Today we're looking at the ASUS R9 290X DirectCU II, a card that hopes to fix the issues with the reference 290X. Is it successful?
GPU & Displays | 23rd December 2013
We have managed to get the Phantom twins in bed together for some GTX780 Ti Sli goodness! Ohhh Matron!
Matthew Fogg | 27th August 2007
Micro-Star International's (MSI) is offering a Special Edition or overclock versions of their cards in order to offer slightly better performance.
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"