Shawn Baker |
Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am |
ATI round off the HD 5800 series with a more budget orientated model. Does budget mean slow, though? Let's find out. Read the review.
Another HD 5450 arrived and Shane decides to overclock it; because he can! Read the review.
Sapphire has already given the HD 5870 the TOXIC treatment. Today the same happens to the HD 5850. Read the review.
GIGABYTE has bumped up the core MHz today. We see how high it's gone and if it offers us a useable improvement. Read the review.
Recently we looked at an IceQ+ HD 5750. Today we look at the more budget orientated HD 5670 in the same series. Read the review.
We've missed the IceQ+ series for a while. Today we see the latest model to come in under this well known series, the mid-range HD 5750. Read the review.
It's been a while since we've seen something from PowerColor, but they reintroduce themselves to us today with a great looking HD 5870. Read the review.
ATI round off the HD 5000 series with the introduction of the HD 5570 today. Let's check it out. Read the review.
MSI has strapped the Afterburner software to the HD 5770. Let's see if we can break the sound barrier. Read the review.
We enter a new month and we have a new model from ATI to look at. This time it's the very entry level HD 5450 from Sapphire. Read the review.
Running a bit late, the ATI reference HD 5670 finally arrives. We see what this 512MB version offers us when compared to the 1GB model. Read the review.
We've heard whispers that the HD 5670 has a bit of overclocking headroom. Today we take the time to find out for ourselves. Read the review.
ATI continue to release new models in the HD 5000 Series. This time it's a model that sits below the HD 5750. We find out how the HD 5670 goes today. Read the review.
Another HD 5700 series card makes its way through the door. This time it's a HD 5770 from HIS. Let's see how it goes. Read the review.