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14 PowerColor LCS HD6970 Review

PowerColor LCS HD6970 Review

GPU & Displays | 22nd April 2011

Today we take a look at the latest in PowerColor's Graphics Card range, the LCS HD6970. Factory-fitted waterblock Sir?

17 AMD HD6790 Review

AMD HD6790 Review

GPU & Displays | 5th April 2011

Today we take a look at the latest budget card from AMD. Is it the perfect balance of price and performance or a cut too far?

38 MSI GTX580 Lightning Review

MSI GTX580 Lightning Review

GPU & Displays | 25th March 2011

We finally get our hands on MSIs long awaited Lightning version of the already brilliant GTX580. Was it worth the wait?

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4 Rise of the Tomb Raider will be bundled with Nvidia GPUs

Rise of the Tomb Raider will be bundled with Nvidia GPUs

Mark Campbell | 2nd January 2016

Rise of the Tomb Raider will be bundled with Nvidia GPUs, despite the fact that the game will be using AMD's TressFX technology.

9 Over 32% of Steam Users are using Windows 10

Over 32% of Steam Users are using Windows 10

Mark Campbell | 2nd January 2016

Over 32% of Steam Users are using Windows 10, making it the second most popular OS on the platform, with Windows 7 holding a mere 2% more market share.

51 AMD's Next GPU architecture will be called Polaris

AMD's Next GPU architecture will be called Polaris

Mark Campbell | 30th December 2015

AMD's Next GPU architecture will be called Polaris and promises to be AMD's most efficient GPU architecture yet.

0 Lucky's Tale to be Bundled with Every Oculus Rift

Lucky's Tale to be Bundled with Every Oculus Rift

Mark Campbell | 30th December 2015

Lucky's Tale, a VR Platforming title will be Bundled with Every Oculus Rift alongside Eve: Valkyrie at Launch.

122 ASUS nVidia GTX590 Review

ASUS nVidia GTX590 Review

GPU & Displays | 24th March 2011

Following hot on the heels of the dual-GPU AMD HD6990, nVidia bring us the GTX590 twin-GPU card, the successor to the GTX295.

37 PowerColor HD6990 Crossfire Review

PowerColor HD6990 Crossfire Review

GPU & Displays | 8th March 2011

Got a spare grand kicking about and wonder what to do with it? Just read the review of the HD6990 and wonder how it would do in Crossfire? Read on...

28 AMD HD6990 Review

AMD HD6990 Review

GPU & Displays | 8th March 2011

After what has felt like an eternity we finally get our hands on the replacement to the HD5970. Dual-GPU goodness?

40 Gigabyte GTX560 Ti SOC

Gigabyte GTX560 Ti SOC

GPU & Displays | 25th February 2011

Want a good value graphics card that's pushed as hard as it can be straight out the box? Enter the Gigabyte Super Over Clock series.

10 Powercolor HD6970 PCS + Review

Powercolor HD6970 PCS + Review

GPU & Displays | 7th February 2011

The PCS+ cards from Powercolor have always been a mighty fine performer. Is their 6970 version as potent?

5 MSI R6950 Twin Frozr II Review

MSI R6950 Twin Frozr II Review

GPU & Displays | 4th February 2011

Is the always brilliant MSI Twin Frozr II cooler enough to raise the 6950 from the average to the good?

6 Asus Radeon HD 6870 DirectCu

Asus Radeon HD 6870 DirectCu

GPU & Displays | 28th January 2011

Asus are back with a midrange champion for the enthusiasts

118 nVidia GTX560 Ti Review

nVidia GTX560 Ti Review

GPU & Displays | 25th January 2011

The third part of the GTX 5 series of cards from nVidia is upon us. Does it maintain the amazing standards of its forebears?

30 Gainward Phantom GTX570 Review

Gainward Phantom GTX570 Review

GPU & Displays | 17th January 2011

The first non-reference design GTX570 comes from the always busy Gainward. Is the Phantom a big improvement or just an illusion?

43 ASUS EAH6970 Review

ASUS EAH6970 Review

GPU & Displays | 21st December 2010

The latest variant of the HD6970 comes to us via ASUS. Does their voltage tweak BIOS enable extra performance?

6 Powercolor HD6970 Crossfire Review

Powercolor HD6970 Crossfire Review

GPU & Displays | 17th December 2010

Following the recent review of the new HD69 cards from AMD, it's time to see how a pair of them from Powercolor fair.

44 HIS HD6970 & HD6950 Review

HIS HD6970 & HD6950 Review

GPU & Displays | 15th December 2010

After the confusion of the 6800 naming finally its time for the 6900 series releases! Bring on the HIS 6950 and 6970.

6 EVGA GTX570 Review

EVGA GTX570 Review

GPU & Displays | 10th December 2010

Hot off the press of the nVidia GTX570 we take a look at the first "Partner" card, courtesy of EVGA.

44 nVidia GTX570 Review

nVidia GTX570 Review

GPU & Displays | 7th December 2010

Is the newly released GTX580 a bit too steep for your wallet? Today we take a look at the GTX570 to see if it can keep up the performance of its sibling.

3 Sapphire HD6850 TOXIC Edition Review

Sapphire HD6850 TOXIC Edition Review

GPU & Displays | 1st December 2010

The last TOXIC card we saw was the high-end HD5970 TOXIC. Does the Sapphire magic work just as well on the medium-range HD6850?

13 Gigabyte GTX480 SOC Review

Gigabyte GTX480 SOC Review

GPU & Displays | 22nd November 2010

With the GTX580 being the latest and with a price to match, Gigabyte want to show there is life in the old GTX480 yet.

39 ASUS GTX580 SLI Exclusive Review

ASUS GTX580 SLI Exclusive Review

GPU & Displays | 12th November 2010

Following yesterdays first look at the new nVidia beast, today we go playing with a pair, courtesy of ASUS

41 Zotac GTX580 Review

Zotac GTX580 Review

GPU & Displays | 12th November 2010

Barely 8 months after the GTX480 hit the market nVidia have released their next card, the GTX580. Does it fix the issues?

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2 Low-TDP AMD Radeon R7 360E for sale in Japan

Low-TDP AMD Radeon R7 360E for sale in Japan

Daan van Monsjou | 30th December 2015

A new AMD Radeon GPU has shown up in Japan. Several stores recently started selling an 'R7 360e', a low-TDP variant of the R7 360.

3 Adobe patches critical vulnerabilities in Flash

Adobe patches critical vulnerabilities in Flash

Daan van Monsjou | 29th December 2015

Adobe has issued a new patch which addresses some critical issues which could potentially allow hackers to take control of an affected system.

14 Raven's Cry Developer says "Anything above 30FPS does not matter for the gaming experience"

Raven's Cry Developer says "Anything above 30FPS does not matter for the gaming experience"

Mark Campbell | 29th December 2015

The developer of Raven's Cry says that "Anything above 30FPS does not matter for the gaming experience"

7 Kingdom Come: Deliverance Voxel-Based Global Illumination

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Voxel-Based Global Illumination

Mark Campbell | 29th December 2015

Have a look at Kingdom Come: Deliverance using Cryengine's new Voxel-Based Global Illumination feature, which offers an amazing visual improvement for a mere 6% performance loss.

8 Plextor M8Pe M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD to debut at CES

Plextor M8Pe M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD to debut at CES

Mark Campbell | 28th December 2015

Plextor is going to debut their M8Pe M.2/PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSDs at CES 2016.

12 VR will become something everyone wants before it becomes something everyone can afford

VR will become something everyone wants before it becomes something everyone can afford

Mark Campbell | 28th December 2015

Looks like using the Oculus Rift will be expensive.

4 Rise of the Tomb Raider will be coming to Steam in January

Rise of the Tomb Raider will be coming to Steam in January

Mark Campbell | 28th December 2015

Rise of the Tomb Raider will be coming to Steam in January

12 AMD Confirms that the R9 Fury X2 will launch next year

AMD Confirms that the R9 Fury X2 will launch next year

Mark Campbell | 22nd December 2015

AMD Confirms that the R9 Fury X2 will be launching next year and say that the reaction by those who have pre-release samples has been positive.

0 PlayStation VR external processor pictured

PlayStation VR external processor pictured

Mark Campbell | 22nd December 2015

PlayStation VR's external processing box has been pictured, showing that it is smaller than the Wii and required external power.

6 Facebook Ditches Flash Video

Facebook Ditches Flash Video

Mark Campbell | 22nd December 2015

Facebook has ditched Flash Video, replacing it with HTML5 by default.

0 Oculus start Shipping the Final Rift and SDK 1.0 to developers

Oculus start Shipping the Final Rift and SDK 1.0 to developers

Mark Campbell | 22nd December 2015

The final version of the Oculus Rift has started shipping to developers alongside the Oculus SDK 1.0.

5 Nvidia Geforce 361.43 WHQL Driver

Nvidia Geforce 361.43 WHQL Driver

Mark Campbell | 21st December 2015

Nvidia's new Geforce 361.43 WHQL Driver implements support for GameWorks VR 1.1 and VR SLI Support for OpenGL applications.

5 AMD AM4 Motherboards Spotted in Shipping

AMD AM4 Motherboards Spotted in Shipping

Mark Campbell | 21st December 2015

AMD AM4 Motherboards Spotted in Shipping, confirming DDR4 support and the availability of both CPU and APU AM4 products.

2 Gears of War Ultimate Edition will be coming in early 2016

Gears of War Ultimate Edition will be coming in early 2016

Mark Campbell | 21st December 2015

Gears of War Ultimate Edition will be coming in "not too far into 2016".

0 Cooler Master Responds to AMD Fury X Infringement Claims

Cooler Master Responds to AMD Fury X Infringement Claims

Mark Campbell | 21st December 2015

Cooler Master has responded to Asetek's patent infringement claims against the AMD R9 Fury X saying that the cooler design is "fundamentally different" than their infringing products.

6 Valve and HTC claims to have made a VR Technological Breakthrough

Valve and HTC claims to have made a VR Technological Breakthrough

Mark Campbell | 20th December 2015

The HTC Vive has been delayed until April 2016 due to a recent "big technological breakthrough".

2 3DMARK Holiday Beta - New UI and VRMARK Preview

3DMARK Holiday Beta - New UI and VRMARK Preview

Mark Campbell | 20th December 2015

Futuremark has just unleashed their 3DMARK Holiday Beta, giving the program a New UI and Preview for their upcoming VRMARK benchmark.

9 The release of the Vulkan API is imminent

The release of the Vulkan API is imminent

Mark Campbell | 20th December 2015

The release of the Vulkan API is imminent, with version 1.0 coming shortly after the years end.

0 Street Fighter 5 will come to SteamOS

Street Fighter 5 will come to SteamOS

Mark Campbell | 18th December 2015

The developers of Street Fighter 5 will be working with Steam to give the game SteamOS support and full Steam Controller support.

3 Ark: Survival Evolved - PC vs. Xbox One Graphics Comparison

Ark: Survival Evolved - PC vs. Xbox One Graphics Comparison

Mark Campbell | 18th December 2015

Let's compare the graphics of the PC and Xbox One versions of Ark: Survival Evolved.

0 Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen - PC Requirements Revealed

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen - PC Requirements Revealed

Mark Campbell | 18th December 2015

The PC System requirements for Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen have been released and they are not that high by today's standards.

3 AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 15.12 WHQL Driver

AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 15.12 WHQL Driver

Mark Campbell | 18th December 2015

AMD have released their new Radeon Software Crimson Edition 15.12 WHQL Driver, fixing a few issues of the previous Crimson Drivers.

4 Micron Says GDDR6 Rumors in 2016 are False

Micron Says GDDR6 Rumors in 2016 are False

Mark Campbell | 17th December 2015

Micron Says GDDR6 Rumors in 2016 are False, saying that their memory advancement for 2016 will be GDDR5X.

5 Playstation VR will use an External VR Processing Box

Playstation VR will use an External VR Processing Box

Mark Campbell | 17th December 2015

Playstation VR will use an External VR Processing Box, giving the PS4 the grunt it need to run VR.

3 Dark Souls 3 system requirements revealed

Dark Souls 3 system requirements revealed

Mark Campbell | 17th December 2015

The system requirements for Dark Souls 3 have been revealed, requiring 8GB of RAM Minimum. Can you run it, or will Dark Souls kill your PC?

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