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GPU & Displays | 28th May 2012
The MSI Twin Frozr cards have always been exceptional. Today we see if the GTX680 version continues the trend.
GPU & Displays | 21st May 2012
The sequel to one of our favourite cards is upon us. Does the GTX670 continue the price/performance
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Matthew Fogg | 11th December 2006
Apparently Nvidia and ATI are embroiled in an anti-trust suit claiming that they are responsible for manipulating graphics card prices. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 5th December 2006
Apparently, ATI will be releasing a new dual GPU graphics card in a similar fashion to the Nvidia GX2s.
James Napier | 30th November 2006
Fancy the chance to win an amazing Gainward 7950GX2 graphics card with a full 1024mb of onboard memory? Then join in Overclock3D and Gainward's "Goodbye to G70" competition and try you hand at convincing us to part with a Gainward Bliss 7950GX2!
Matthew Fogg | 27th November 2006
Southeast Asia-based media has published photos of what is claimed to be ATI’s next-generation R600 graphics processing unit (GPU).
GPU & Displays | 8th May 2012
Today we take a look at one of the fastest factory overclocked cards around, the Zotac GTX680 AMP!
GPU & Displays | 11th April 2012
Time to take a look at a HD7870 on steroids, courtesy of the fine folks at PowerColor.
GPU & Displays | 30th March 2012
Are you interested in how well the latest nVidia card scales in SLI? Thanks to Zotac we can find out.
GPU & Displays | 22nd March 2012
The latest nVidia GPU, Kepler, is upon us. Does it continue the green teams dominance in the graphics market?
GPU & Displays | 2nd March 2012
Our first HD7970 with a third-party cooler comes courtesy of Gigabyte. How does it stack up?
Matthew Fogg | 20th November 2006
Nvidia's launch of its DirectX 10-compliant GeForce 8800 GPU (codenamed G80) earlier this month seems to have failed to significantly stir up demand for high-end graphics cards. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 18th November 2006
The ATI R600 will represent the last of it’s breed, the monolithic GPU. It will be replaced by a cluster of smaller GPUs with the R700 generation. This is the biggest change in the paradigm since 3Dfx came out with SLI, oh so many years ago. Got your attention? Then you'd better read on....
Matthew Fogg | 16th November 2006
The Rumor Mill is working hard over at The Inquirer as they report that ATI's next-generation R600 GPU faced yet another bug which helped attribute to the lengthy delay to market. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 15th November 2006
NVIDIA's CEO is indicating that the company will likely have a mobile variant of the new G80 architecture ready for the launch of both Windows Vista and Intel's new Centrino Pro platform in January 2007
Matthew Fogg | 14th November 2006
Rumour has it that ATI is currently reworking the already delayed R600 GPU in an effort to minimise PCB size and get a better handle on thermals.
Matthew Fogg | 9th November 2006
Some crazy Germans from AwardFabrik.de have shown the world’s the first waterblock for the Nvidia 8800 series graphics cards.