HIS has now taken the time to jazz up the latest mid-range model from ATI. We see what they've done with this HD 5750 today.
Having looked at two Vapor-X models from Sapphire already, we check out the latest one from the factory which is based on the HD 5770.
AMD is finally getting back in the game with the release of OpenCL tools and drivers. But are they too late to catch NVIDIA?
There's no real trouble getting a hold of a HD 5750 at the moment. We take a look at GIGABYTEs version which carries with it a new fan.
We have a look at the GIGABYTE HD 5970 and also take the time to overclock it to see if it can outperform the HD 5870 CF setup.
The DiRT2 demo is out and we take the built-in benchmark for a spin with the whole DX11 ATI lineup and see what's what.
Today we will have a glimpse into the world of competitive overclocking as Deanzo takes part in one of these events.
Already impressed with the new Sapphire HD 5870 Vapor-X, we see what happens when the HD 5750 gets the same treatment.
We all have our favorites in the GPU and CPU world, but when we compare them do we know what we are looking at?
What do you do with excess GT 240s? Round'em up and see how they fair. We check out models from Palit, GIGABYTE, Galaxy and more.
Shane tells us why he thinks the HD 5800 and HD 5900 series supply is so bad. And it's not because of yields.
Having been impressed with the new HD 5970 in standard and overclocked form, now it's time to see what magic can be made with two of these bad boys.
After checking out the HD5870 from Sapphire in detail earlier today, now we focus on its acclaimed overclocking prowess.
ATI strap two HD 5870 cores onto a PCB and release a new model labeled HD 5970. Do we love it? - There's only one way to find out.
MSI has attacked the new low end GT 240 by overclocking it. Can the new 40nm, GDDR5 low end model do anything for us?
We have a look at the new Razor series from Galaxy. How does the older GTX 260+ cope on our new Windows 7 testbed?
New games, DirectX 11 and Windows 7. Let's see how the Vapor-X OC HD 5870 from Sapphire handles our new benchmark lineup.
We talk about our decision to move away from XP and Vista testing in our graphics card reviews and to use Windows 7 exclusively.
With the high end HD 5870 already looked at in a number of ways, this time we check out the HD 5850 which carries with it a lower price tag.
We get another HD 5770 and figure we should CrossFire it up with the one we already have. How do the numbers look with HIS' HD 5770 in tandem?
We mentioned that GIGABYTE had added the GTX 275 Super Overclock series, we see if it can leave a mark like the GTX 265 did.