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GPU & Displays | 17th January 2013
Anyone fancy an exclusive? Come inside and take a sneak peek at the latest monster card from ASUS, the Ares II
GPU & Displays | 14th January 2013
Hot on the heels of their success in the OC3D Best of 2012 awards, we take a look at an XT variant of the HD7870 from Club 3D.
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Jonathan Smith | 6th July 2007
Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute recently showed a full range of next-generation displays including a 7-inch color flexible active matrix (AM) LCD display.
Derrek Huey | 5th July 2007
ASUS has announced the release of the world's first hardware real-time overclocking device.
Matthew Fogg | 4th July 2007
Prices for PC-use panels are estimated to rise in July, according to industry sources.
GPU & Displays | 20th November 2012
After the brilliant Royal Queen HD7850, we take a look at the Royal King HD7950. Is it as amazing?
GPU & Displays | 1st November 2012
With certainly the most unique cooler we've seen, it's time to review the GTX680 Super Over Clock from Gigabyte.
GPU & Displays | 22nd October 2012
We finally get our hands on the top-line HD7970 from ASUS, the Matrix Platinum. Has it been worth the lengthy wait?
GPU & Displays | 17th October 2012
At a bargain price can the Club 3D HD7850 provide gaming thrills? Read our review to find out.
GPU & Displays | 30th September 2012
The latest in the extraordinary Devil13 range from PowerColor is upon us. Does it deliver everything you desire?
Matthew Fogg | 2nd July 2007
Asus launches new 22-inch gaming LCD
Jonathan Smith | 29th June 2007
NVIDIA are due to release a mid-range 8800 in November based on a smaller 65nm process.
Matthew Fogg | 26th June 2007
Hybrid SLI will be implemented on notebooks initially and then later into desktops.
Jonathan Smith | 23rd June 2007
NVIDIA reveals that it is not behind when it comes to general purpose GPU, or GPGPU, computing.
Jonathan Smith | 18th June 2007
AMD must be feeling the heat and wanting to breat into the 8800 market. Badly...