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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.
OC3D Articles ›› GPU & Displays
Matthew Kemp | 4th March 2008
ATI are looking like they're going to really crank up the performance next gen...but is it all hype?
Derrick Huey | 20th February 2008
Nvidia details a feature-packed media processor for mobile devices
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 Kemp | 12th February 2008
ATI skip GDDR4 and fix their sites on 2.5GHz GDDR5
Matthew Fogg | 12th February 2008
The industry's first HD (720p) playback and capture capability for handheld devices.
Matthew Kemp | 10th February 2008
Nvidia are set to delay their 9800 GX2 for a couple of weeks, perhaps giving ATI time to sell more 3870 X2's?
Nic Crane | 29th January 2008
ASUS Launches Worlds First Onboard Dual RV670XT with EAH3870X2 Series
Nic Crane | 28th January 2008
Club 3D extends the line up of the HD3800 series with the worlds fastest graphic card the "HD 3870 X2" based on the ATI R680 chipset.
Matthew Kemp | 24th January 2008
AMD have released some new lower end cards. We take a look at the pick of the bunch, the HD3650...this time from Powercolor