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?
3D Vision has been out for a bit and we take the time to see how it looks with a bunch of games on ViewSonic's VX2268wm 120Hz LCD.
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.
With our second HD 5850 on hand we take the time to see what happens when we CrossFire the new well priced ATI option.
Already impressed with the ATI Radeon HD 5770 video card, we wonder if the HD 5750 can have the same effect on us. Let's take the time to find out!
The new mid-range options from ATI arrive - we have a look at the HD 5770 model from Sapphire, can it impress?
Palit strap the "Sonic Edition" name to the NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 and we wonder how exactly that's going to work - can it impress us?
We have a look at Galaxy's version of the new low-end GPU video card model from NVIDIA, the GeForce GT 220. Any good? Read on!
We saw MSI put the Lightning spin on the GTX 260 not that long ago. Today the GTX 275 gets the same treatment. Let's see if it can impress.
NVIDIAs Vice President of Product Marketing takes the time to answer some of our questions in detail. Find out what we asked and how they answered.
We fire up Overdrive and see if we can get the sliders all the way to 900MHz / 5200MHz QDR up from the stock 850MHz / 4800MHz QDR setup!
With the high end HD 5870 already looked at in a number of ways, we check out the HD 5850 this time which carries with it a lower price tag.
GIGABYTE is our third retail HD 5870 in hand and we celebrate by pairing it with another two to find out what CrossFire X performance is like.
Another HD 5870 arrives, this time from HIS. Today we have a look at how it compares against the two top NVIDIA cards, the GTX 285 and GTX 295.
GIGABYTE pump the GTX 260 full of steroids and launch the companies new Super Overclock series, we check it out.
Today we have a look at the new top dawg HD 5870 model and compare it directly against the HD 4890 to find out just what kind of improvements we get.
The only thing better than one HD 5870 is two at the moment, so we slide two into our X58 testbed and see how they play together.
The new 5800s are beginning to show up and we have a look at the HD 5870 from , is it something special? Has AMD been able to swim or have they sunk.
MSI spin the HD 4890 into a Cyclone and we see what exactly that means for us and if it's something we should be getting excited about.
The 5800s are almost ready to go mainstream but the HD 4890 is still a very real card. We check out what HIS has done with it today.
Sapphire has a new version of the Radeon HD 4770. We see how this mid-range video card compares to its big brother.
Galaxy is the first company we've seen move to the single PCB GTX 295 design - but what else have they done, though?
We have seen companies try and spice up the Radeon HD 4890 GPU lately and today we see what ASUS has done with its Formula model.
ASUS has kicked the GTX 285 up a notch and given it a fancy new Matrix title. We find out if it's really worth looking buying.
Today we'll see what MSI has done to the GTX 260 and find out why it carries the new Lightning tag.
We know NVIDIA and ATI have both been working hard on Windows 7 drivers, but who's been working harder?
With the final OEM of Windows 7 installed, we see how its VGA performance compares to Windows Vista today.
We've recently seen Sapphire ramp up the HD 4890. We have a look at a 2GB equipped Vapor-X model from the company today.
The GTS 250 might be feeling a bit old, but companies are still mixing it up. We have a look at Inno3Ds version today.
GIGABYTE ramps up the amount of memory and the core clock on this GTX 285. Let's see if these boosts do it any real favours.
While the GTX 260 might feel a bit old, it continues to offer some very good performance. We check out the latest version from Galaxy today.
Sapphire ramps up the clocks of the HD 4890 and also straps a new cooler on for good measure. Can it stand out from the pack?
Today we have a look at the ASUS HD 4890 Voltage Tweak and figure out exactly what those words mean for us.
Today we have a look at the stock GTX 285 from ASUS and see how it goes in the performance department.
We have a look at the GTX 275 from Palit and see if the non-reference cooler can help it stand out from the pack.
We have a look at the stock GTX 295 from MSI and see how it goes in the performance department.
Inno3D has decided to spruce up the new and already quite popular GTX 275 with an overclocked verion. Let's see how it performs.
ECS is the latest company to mix it up with the GTS 250. We take a closer look at exactly what they've done with their variant.
The HD 4870 X2 continues to be a current model for AMD/ATI and today we check out ASUS and its Tri-Fan model to see how the card's going.
AMD continues on with its momentum and quietly slides another new model into its Radeon 4xxx series. Let's see if it has its place in the market.
We have a look at another GTS 250, this time the XT OC version from TwinTech. We see if it has the ability to stand out from the pack.
ASUS expands the Dark Knight series with the introduction of a GTS 250 variant. Let's see what they do with it to make it stand out.
Galaxy has mixed it up a bit with the GTX 285. It boasts 2GB of glorious GDDR3 memory and a pretty kick ass cooler. Let's check it out!
HIS expands their Turbo line-up of cards to include the new HD 4890. We take a closer look at it today.
Galaxy ramp up the clocks on the GTX 275 while at the same time updating the cooler. Let's see what this does for performance.
With the HD 4890's overclocking characteristics looked at, it was time to see how the GTX 275 goes in this dept. - Does it offer potential?
NVIDIA expands the GTX 200 series to compete with the new ATI Radeon HD 4890 from AMD. How does the new GeForce GTX 275 go? - We find out today.
We take the time to find out how well the new HD 4890 from ATI overclocks. Can it give us a worthy amount of extra FPS?
We merge the power of the GIGABYTE and Sapphire HD 4890 graphics cards to become one and look at HD 4890 Crossfire performance today.
We have a look at Sapphire's HD 4890 and compare it solely against the HD 4870 to see the improvements we've received.
The new Radeon HD 4890 graphics card gets launched a week early and we're ready to tell you what we think of it.
We have another look at a Galaxy card today; this time a GTX 260+ sporting 216 SPs and an overclock.
We move the i7 920 from stock clocks to 3.8GHz and see what kind of performance gains it gives the powerful GTX 295.
GIGABYTE has taken the time to do something different with the GTS 250. Let's see if it's enough to stand out from the pack.
We have a look at the GTX 295 from ASUS and see how the card is comparing to the GTX 285 these days.
Palit has decided to strap 2GB of memory onto the new GTS 250 to make it stand out from the pack. We see what exactly this does for the model today.
Galaxy has taken the time to overclock the GTX 285 and we see exactly what this does for the cards performance.
Palit has created a Sonic version of the 55nm 216SP GTX 260 and we take the time to check it out.
Today we see the new GTS 250 launched, which is a merely a relabeled 9800 GTX+, which is simply an overclocked 9800 GTX.
We find out how Windows 7 VGA performance is coming along with a GTX 285 by comparing it to Vista.
Leadtek has labeled its GTX 260 as being extreme. We take the time to find out if it truly deserves that title.
ATI pricing has become very aggressive over the past few months. Today we focus our attention on what could well be a top choice for budget gamers.
ATI pricing has become very aggressive over the past few months. We see how the HD 4870 IceQ4+ TURBO is looking amongst the competition.
Today we take the time to look at the overclocked TOP GTX 285 from ASUS and see if it can shine a light.
Follow Cameron in our first ever full video review, as he checks out AKAI's ADPF10x 4:3 picture frame and works out if it is worth the cash or not.
Today CrossFireX, Quad SLI and Tri SLI are on the firing line. Let's take the time to look at the fastest VGA setups available.
We pack three GTX 285s into our test bed and see how Tri-SLI is running these days with the latest NVIDIA card.
The baby brother to the new top dawg gets released today. Can the GTX 285 shine a light on single GPU performance?
Inno3D has come straight out with an overclocked GTX 285. We have a closer look at it to see how it performs up against a stock model.
As though the GTX 295 wasn't fast enough already, we take the time to overclock and find out just how powerful it can really be.
We're sure it's fast, but is it fast enough? - We look at the new GTX 295 from Gainward and see if it can take top honors.
We look at our second GTX 295 and have a closer look at how it compares to the HD 4870 X2.
With two GTX 295s in hand, there's only one thing we wanted to do; quad SLI them! - How'd we go? - Let's find out.
The 9800 GTX+ has never been a stand-out card for us, but we see what Leadtek has done with it and if they can find a way to make it shine.
We take the time to look at the new HD 4830 and this particular one comes from MSI. Can it do anything to stand out from the pack?