Gainward is the latest company to attack the HD 4870 X2 and they do it with all guns a'blazin'. We check out their highly impressive Rampage700 GS.
HIS has strapped its good looking IceQ4 cooler to the Radeon HD 4850 and we find out what it does for performance today.
Sapphire has come out with the claim that this is the "World's Fastest Graphics Card". Fact or Fiction? Let's find out.
Today we have a look at the Palit HD 4670 Super and try to find out if there is anything truly super about it.
NVIDIA lifts the curtain on its exclusive PhysX techology for the upcoming blockbuster PC game; Mirror's Edge.
With our new X58 test bed in gear, it's time to fire up the pimped out HD 4870 X2 Revolution 700 from Palit.
1GB HD 4870 cards seem to be rarer than hens teeth, but today we're lucky enough to have Palit's Sonic version in hand.
Sapphire has strapped two of our much loved HD 4850 cores onto a single PCB. Disaster or genius? - Let's check it out.
The GTX 260 remains a popular high-end card and today we check out BFGs highly overclocked version; the OCX.
It's MSIs turn to go to work on the HD 4670. We take the time to find out what they've done with it today.
AMD have recently announced new cards for their low to mid-range line up. Today we look at the budget HD 4550.
We haven't seen anything from Force3D before, but the HD 4870 Black Edition from them today looks to be the goods.
Gainward has released its own version of the 9800 GTX+. Shane takes the time to check it out today.
MSI have released a 9800 GT with their own cooling solution. Today we look to see if it can stand out from the pack.
Gainward have dipped their toes into the pool that is ATI. Today we check out the HD 4850 Golden Sample.
The TOP line gets a new card today in the form of NVIDIAs GTX 260. We see what ASUS has done with it.
Today ATI have responded to the NVIDIA 9500 GT and to say we're surprised with the results would be an understatement.
ZOTAC strap some water cooling to the 9800 GTX+ and bring the card under its ZONE naming scheme.
ZOTAC have attacked the 9500 GT and release it under their ZONE naming scheme. We check it out today.
Left with a bad taste in his mouth after the last 9500 GT, Shane sees if the PoV version can offer anything different.
Palit helps mix up the VGA market with its reknowned Sonic lineup. The latest comes in the form of an overclocked 4870.
The 9800 GTX+ continues not to create much of a splash. But today we see if XFX can with their variant.
NVIDIAs top dog has been strapped with some new clocks under the TOP line from ASUS. We check it out.
Palit has ramped up the clocks on the HD 4850 and release the card under its Sonic naming scheme. We check it out today.
The highly popular 9600 GT continues to stick around. The latest one to show up is from ASUS under a new naming scheme.
The latest card to fall in under the TOP line-up from ASUS is the HD 4870. We have a look at it today.
The GTX 280 price continues to fall, so we take the time today to look at a stock clocked model from GIGABYTE.
We pull the Diamond HD 4870 XOC Black Edition out of the Smooth Creations rig and test it in our own.
We check out the HD 4870 in Crossfire against the HD 4870 X2 on Intel's P45 board. Click to find out what we discover!
ECS has released another 9600 GT which includes a new game; Frontlines: Fuel of War. Let's see how it shapes up.
If you want to get in on the GTX bandwagon but still find the 280 too expensive, the GIGABYTE 260 might be your answer.
The new dual GPU wielding graphics card from AMD has arrived. We have a look at Sapphire's version of the HD 4870 X2.
Already impressed with what the HD 4850 has to offer, we look at GIGABYTE's version today.
MSI have got their hands on the GTX 280 and decide to give it a bump in core and memory speed. We see how it goes.
Shane Crossfires a pair of cooler running TOXIC Edition HD 4850s from Sapphire and puts 'em through their paces.
The 9800 GTX+ seemed to be a bit of a paper launch, but finally we have one in hand. Let's check it out!
The 9800 GT has just been released and Palit decide to spice it up with the release of an overclocked Sonic version.
Just want something that does a bit of gaming and is cheap? The newly released 9500 GT could be the ticket.
We pit the newly released 9800 GT from GIGABYTE against the new mid-range king; the HD 4850. How will they fair?
If you find yourself wanting a 9600 GSO that packs a bit more punch, the Leadtek Extreme version may be an option.
We look at our second 9600GSO, but this one carries with it stock clocks and 384MB of memory. Let's see how it goes.
Shane is back with yet another 9600GT in hand; this one carrying a massive fan-less heatsink for quiet gaming.
I don't know what to type here; I'm too excited. HD 4870s! Two of them! - Inside. Click Click Click!
Already impressed with the HD 4870, we strap three of them into IBP's 4GHz rig and see what happens.
We look at our first GTX 260, and we've done it the right way. Bypassing the stock model, we go straight to the XXX.
One of the more aggressive graphics card overclockers; XFX attack the GTX 280 and bump the memory way up.
Shane is down at IBP AU, running up their power bill with four HD 4850s on the trusty 4GHz QX9650. How'd it all go?
An evolution that picks up where movies fall short and where games have always dreamed.
We strap two HD 4850s into the 4GHz IBP rig and see what they're capable of when pitted against the NVIDIA bad boys.
We've all been wondering about Shane's love for the HD 4850 in Crossfire, today we figure out what it's all about.
We take the time to analyze the difference between the x8 / x8 configuration on the P45 and the x16 / x16 on the X48.
Shane procrastinates about the release of the GTX 280 and explains what NVIDIA did wrong working up to the release.
NVIDIA has launched a new card today and ZOTAC decide to go all out by turning the AMP! dial to 11.
We strap the new ZOTAC GTX 280 AMP! Edition into a 4GHz water cooled IBuyPower rig and see how it fairs.
We figured one GTX 280 was boring, so we decided to strap a second, then a third into the IBP rig to see how it fairs.
We climb to the TOP of the food chain and see what ASUS is doing with the 9800 GTX in its TOP Edition.
GIGABYTE expands the memory on the Heat-Pipe 9600GT we looked at just recently. Let's see what it does for us.
We check out BFG's first OCX card sporting the very fast 9800 GTX core to see what kind of performance it offers.
Shane talks about how and why so many products he reviews consistently end up with scores of 80%+.
If you like 9600GTs and jigsaw puzzles, we've got the card for you. Step inside and you'll find out why!
MSI is upping the ante once again with a new 9600GT carrying a Hybrid Freezer. We find out what it Is exactly.
In an already crowded market, BFG Tech sets all guns'a'blazin with its highest clocked OC2 edition of the 9600GT.
It's been a while since we've seen anything from Twintech, but they're back again with an overclocked 9600GT.
With so many 9600GTs doing the rounds, it's important for each model to stand out. GIGABYTE's TurboForce holds promise.
If you're looking for a HD 3870 with a difference, the passively cooled Ultimate Edition from Sapphire aims to satisfy.
Who let the dogs out? We check out the XXX Alpha Dog 9600GT from XFX and see if its bark's worse than its bite.
If you find yourself wanting a 9600GT without spending too much, the PNY Verto just might be the card of choice.
Chaintech show up again in the TweakTown labs with a 9600 GT OC. Shane finds out if it can stand out from the pack.
In an already crowded graphics card market, NVIDIA decides to confuse us a little bit more with a new model.
Palit has added another 512MB of RAM whilst retaining extensive connectivity. Is this the 1GB 9600GT to get?
S3 has released a new graphics card for the low-end market and Shane wonders if it's worth looking at.
MSI has doubled the RAM on the 9600GT, giving us a grand total of 1GB. Let's see if the extra memory is a good move.
The 9800 GX2 is now well and truly in full swing. Let's see what GIGABYTE has done with the Dual GPU beast.
Today we see what Diamond has done with the mid-range HD 3650 and find out if it has its place in the market.
ASUS has doubled the amount of RAM on the 8800GT, bringing it to a total of 1GB. Shane sees if this makes a difference.
We've got our first retail 9800 GTX on the table, this one being in the form of a stock offering from ASUS.
We all know how well a stock 9800 GTX performs. Shane sees if things improve by much with a decent overclock in place.
Shane wonders if continuous rumors of new NVIDIA graphics cards are slowing down upgrades and generally hurting gamers.
As it stands, the 9600GT has proven itself to sit neatly into the market. Let's see what ASUS can do with their variant.
In our first 8800GS review we see if there is a comfortable spot for it given the 8800GT and 9600GT's market presence.
In Shane's editorial for this week he talks about why NVIDIA are misleading the masses with a whole new naming scheme.
Our early test of the 9800 GTX showed much promise for the card. Now let's see what happens when we triple them up!
Having not seen anything from Albatron for a while, we see how things are going for them in the form of a 9600GT.
As they continue to make a bold push into the graphics card market at rapid pace, we test an O/C'ed 9600GT from Foxconn.
The dual-GPU 9800 GX2 monster may now be here, but that doesn't put AMD's HD 3870 X2 out of the picture just yet!
Shane takes his first look at a VVIKOO graphics card. Let's see if they can make an impression with their 9600GT Turbo.
Shane is back in action again with an early look article at NVIDIA's single GPU GeForce 9800 GTX 512MB graphics card.
It's time to start looking at what the vendors can do to mix up the 9800 GX2 with our first review of a retail card.
After riding the 9800 GX2 wave through most of last week, Shane talks about the stream of GX2 content from his angle.
Shane finds himself locked in the iBuyPower Oz bunker with Dickens Cider, McDonalds, Doritos and a pair of 9800GX2s!
Shane made the promise that the 9800 GX2 would be re-visited once we got our hands on new drivers; well here it is!
We tested NVIDIA's GeForce 9800 GX2 at stock settings - we are back testing at overclock speeds to see what it can do!
The 9800 GX2 has shown up on our doorstep and Shane thought it was time to take it for a ride through XP and Vista.
Foxconn are fairly new to the graphics card scene. We see what they can deliver us in the form of a mildly O/C'd 8800GT.
Yet another fresh 9600GT enters our lab. MSI have chosen to go for higher clockspeeds with aftermarket cooling.
The HD 3870 X2 has proven itself to be quite the beast in some situations. We look at a reference model from Sapphire.
Shane shares his thoughts with us on why he feels Dual-GPU graphics cards are a bit of a lost cause.
EliteGroup have chosen to spice up the 9600GT with a passive cooler from Arctic Cooling and also increased clockspeeds.
The latest ATI Catalyst drivers bring us the ability to pair up two HD 3870 X2s for some Quad-GPU Crossfire X action.
The 8800GT is a terrific graphics card, period. But let's see if GIGABYTE can make their TurboForce edition stand out.
Add-in partners include more trinkets to their bundles in an effort to improve market presence. Is this a smart move?
We have always loved Palit's Sonic cards and we are confident this will carry through to their latest GeForce 9600GT.
Leadtek have mixed it up adding the new Zalman cooler to the 8800GT. Continue forth to see what we think!
We explain why We feel AMD's decision to have delayed Crossfire X support may eventuate to their ultimate demise.
We tend to forget about lower end models sometimes, not today though! - We check out the new HD 3450 and HD 3650.
In our second 9600GT review we see if the well increased clockspeeds of ZOTAC's AMP! Edition keep it ahead of the 3870.
How does a mildly overclocked HD 3870 fair against the also overclocked Galaxy 9600GT we reviewed recently? We find out!
The 9600GT is due to hit store shelves next week. Let us take you on a first look train to see what it's capable of.
We've got a tricked up pre-overclocked HD 3850 in hand from HIS which we compare to NVIDIA's proven 8800GT for value.
ECS are making a push into the enthusiast graphics segment. We've got a passively cooled 8800GT from them on the table.
You've seen the HD 3870 X2 in action; but can't decide whether or not to run two HD 3870s instead? We set you straight.
With the HD 3870 X2 now upon us, we go straight to the top of the pile with a highly modified variant from GECUBE.
We're keeping it short; we're keeping it sweet. We have the HD 3870 X2 in hand and we just want to get stuck into it!
The HD 3850 offers good bang for buck as it stands. We see if this passive version from Sapphire warrants a higher cost.