We've got an 8800GT on steroids in hand from ZOTAC today, sporting overclocked speeds and an improved cooler to boot.
Following our recent 3850 Crossfire article, we test GECUBE's souped up 3850 X-Turbo III in a single-card configuration.
THE HD 3850 is sitting in the shadows a bit. We look to see if it's deserving of more credit with an O/C'ed ASUS model.
ASUS' 8800GT TOP is the highest pre-overclocked 8800GT to have entered our labs to date. Can it beat out a G92 8800GTS?
Palit are reknowned for offering a quality well priced graphics card. We see if this holds true for the 8800GT Sonic.
This HD 3870 from GIGABYTE offers more than meets the eye. If silence and performance is what you're after, read on!
With the release of NVIDIA's G92 based 8800GTS now upon us, we compare ZOTAC's variant to AMD's HD 3870 counterpart.
Inno3D's 8800GT OC sets itself apart from stock models with its higher clocks, but is it deserving of the price premium?
We've got two graphics cards on the table from Leadtek today which are most suited to HTPCs with their residing HDMI.
Is an ATI HD 3850 Crossfire setup a match made in heaven? - We compare to NVIDIA's new G92 based 8800GTS to find out.
NVIDIA's revised 8800GTS cards are just around the corner. We take an exclusive look at two models from ASUS today.
We've taken our look at the new G92 equipped 8800GTS a step further and compare it to the proven 8800GT in overclocking.
The HD 2900 XT might be getting on a bit now, but it isn't out of the picture just yet. Read on to find out why.
We've received an anonymous sample of the yet to be released 8800GTS G92 based graphics card which we put to the test.
After checking out an overclocked variant recently, Shane now sees how a stock clocked 8800GT fairs against the rest.
Albatron's marketing team deserve a pat on the back here. We look at the 'first' Blue Ray Decoder Card on the market.
AMD's RV670 has been discussed a lot and it's finally almost here. We check out the ASUS HD Radeon 3870 in fine detail!
We're excited to bring you all there is to know on NVIDIA's new 8800GT, this an overclocked 512MB model from MSI.
Just when you thought the 8800 Ultra couldn't get any more extreme, we look at an even pricier water cooled model today.
Shane takes a look at an 8600GTS graphics card from Biostar today which sports their V-Ranger overclocking technology.
We're looking at an OC'ed and HDMI equipped 8600GT from TwinTech today to see if it's worthy of being inside your HTPC.
Today we check out Inno3D's new 8600GT iChill card sporting a beefy cooling design and higher than stock clock speeds.
The HD 2900 PRO blasts into our labs and Shane is ready to see if it deserves your money. Hold on as we venture forth!
Today we check out the meanest card in the 8600 series from BFG, O/C'ed out of the box with ThermoIntelligence cooling.
Shane fires up a pair of 1GB Radeon HD 2900 XT cards in Crossfire mode today and compares them to the 512MB variants.
Shane takes a look at an 8500GT on steroids from GIGABYTE today; a quite capable card for gaming in fact.
GECUBE recently let us come and play with their dual GPU HD 2600 XT based card. We test both single and dual GPU modes.
Shane aims to settle the age old debate of raw clockspeed versus more memory with a couple of Palit HD 2600 XTs.
Shane fires up a head-to-head with Sapphire's Radeon HD 2400 XT and HD 2600 XT. What's better bang for buck?
Nvidia's 8600GTS is a well behaved and multi-talented mid-range solution, MSI adds to that with HDMI support.
We try out Palit's pre-overclocked HD 2600 PRO and XT cards to see how they fair in the mid-range sector.
We check out ZOTAC's lowest-end DX10 part to see if the bang for buck applies here.
We pit Crossfire 2900 HD XT against 8800 Ultra to see if the huge price tag of Nvidia's flagship offering is warranted.
ZOTAC is a brand new graphics cards maker - we take their factory overclocked GeForce 8800GTX AMP! Edition for a spin!
Today we take two of the latest graphics cards from ASUS and compare the new HD 2900 XT against the 8800 Ultra.
MSI's Radeon HD 2900 XT graphics cards is under the spotlight as we put it through the paces with the newest drivers.
They tried to hide it! We uncover the shocking secret the games and benchmark industry has been keeping from you.
Not ready to jump on the DX 10 bandwagon just yet? This silent X1950PRO card from PowerColor might be up your street.
MSI has thought outside the box with a water cooled graphics solution. But what about ease-of-use and performance?
Has AMD done enough to take the GPU performance crown with HD 2900 XT? We find out with our first set of benchmarks.
Nvidia's tweaked G80 GPU is the GeForce 8800 Ultra. Our look at the XFX XXX shows us what happens with some factory OC!
Last week we checked out the new BFG GeForce 8600GTS OC but this time we add another into the mix and test in SLI mode.
BFG 8600GTS OC is next on the chopping block but just because it comes factory overclocked, does it make it worth it?
Nvidia's 8600GT GPU may save $$$ but does it cost more in performance? We take cards from Gigabyte and XFX and find out.
DirectX 10 mainstream graphics cards are here in the form of nVidia GeForce 8600GTS - we check out the XFX XXX edition.
We check out XFX's GeForce 7600GT "Fatal1ty" 650MHz edition cards in SLI mode and see if they are worth considering!
Inno3D is a new brand to us but did they manage to impress with their silent 7900GS IChiLL Accelero S1M graphics card?
We've managed to secure more and better photos of the AMD R600 retail Radeon X2900XTX graphics card - check them out!
Are you buying a couple 320MB or 640MB GeForce 8800GTS cards for SLI? Read on for our full performance investigation!
Next up on the chopping block is the XFX XXX version based on the GeForce 8800GTX 320MB and factory overclocked.
Palit's 512MB X1950GT got a lashing last time - today Sapphire's 256MB version is here to see if things have improved!
Today we examine the performance of GeForce 8800GTS 320MB graphics cards in SLI and work out if they're worth the cash!
AMD continue pulling all they can from their supply of RV570 chips but is the Radeon X1950GT 512MB any good or useless?
nVidia are releasing their GeForce 8800GTS 320MB graphics card today which is around 20% cheaper than the 640MB version.
We check out PCI-E x1 graphics with Galaxy's GeForce 7300GT and see if there is any difference between it and x16 slots.
nVidia recently allowed partners to OC the GeForce 8800 - we check out Gainward's Golden Sample and see what's changed.
We check out a couple of new quiet graphics cards from HIS and see how they perform under different scenarios.
AMD's ATI Radeon X1950PRO has not impressive us much but can PowerColor turn things around with their Extreme version?