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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.
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Jonathan Smith | 5th October 2007
The Radeon HD 2900 PRO is due for release November 19th 2007. Have a sneak peak inside.
Jonathan Smith | 4th October 2007
Find out about recent NVIDIA developments.
Jonathan Smith | 2nd October 2007
Qualcomm has licensed 3D graphics core technology from AMD, for integration with Qualcomms wireless chip sets for mobile gaming devices.
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.
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?
Nic Crane | 1st October 2007
Club 3D release their HD2900 GT Heatpipe
Matthew Fogg | 30th September 2007
AMD is the WCG 2007 Official GPU Supplier in collaboration with Sapphire at the WCG 2007...
Derrek Huey | 28th September 2007
AMD is planning to fill their mid-range gap with the R670 GPU.
Derrek Huey | 26th September 2007
NVIDIA announced today that they will be bringing their GeForce 7-series motherboard graphics processing units (mGPUs) to the Intel platform.
Matthew Fogg | 25th September 2007
Club 3D HD2900 PRO 512MB GDDR3 - Limited Edition available tomorrow
Nic Crane | 19th September 2007
For the gamer who demands the finest in speed and performance, XFX debuts the Ferrari of its graphics card line-up: The 8800 GTS Fatal1ty graphics card.