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GPU & Displays | 30th January 2013
The latest premium graphics card from ASUS is here, the Ares II, and as always we're going to the next level as we're doing Crossfire too. Read on.
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
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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 | 8th December 2012
Fancy taking the plunge to something beyond HD? We look at the ASUS PB278Q, and also the performance hit you'll take with 2560x1440 pixels.
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.
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.