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GPU & Displays | 23rd May 2013
The second of our GTX780 reviews looks at the Windforce cooled model from Gigabyte, including overclocking the GTX780.
GPU & Displays | 20th May 2013
The Gigabyte GTX650Ti Boost with Windforce cooler is tested in both single card and SLI configurations. How does it perform?
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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.
Jonathan Smith | 31st August 2007
Revolutionary chip technology takes HD TV picture quality to the next level.
GPU & Displays | 2nd May 2013
Time to see if water-cooling the GTX Titan can help with more than just cooling performance.
GPU & Displays | 8th April 2013
Hot on the heels of the GTX650Ti, AMD have released their value GPU, the HD7790. We take a look at the VTX3D model.
GPU & Displays | 26th March 2013
Stepping away from the premium models, we take a look at the latest mass-market GPU from nVidia.
GPU & Displays | 11th March 2013
Freed from the sequential numbering convention, it's time to take a look at the GTX Titan, the latest and possibly greatest nVidia GPU.
GPU & Displays | 6th March 2013
Today we're taking a look at the top of the line Club 3D card, the HD7970 Royal Ace. Does it continue their mighty 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"
Jonathan Smith | 9th August 2007
PCI-SIG, the Special Interest Group responsible for PCI Express industry-standard I/O technology, today announced the approval of 8GT/s as the bit rate for the next generation of PCIe architecture, PCIe 3.0.