After looking at the newly released GTX 560 Ti-448 to select regions earlier in the week thanks to MSI's tricked up Twin Frozr III Power Edition, we now give it a solid overclocking kick to see where...
NVIDIA launch a brand new model to a few select regions. We check out the new GTX 560-448 to see what it's all about.
Sapphire releases a dual fan HD 6970 and we check it out and overclock it to see how it goes on our new X79 testbed.
We check out the latest Batman game, Batman: Arkham City and find out how it runs on a number of video cards.
Our testbed gets the devil within her via the brand new PowerColor DEVIL 13 HD 6970. Let's find out what it's all about.
Palit has released a Limited Edition GTX 560 Ti. Let's check out what the Twin Light Turbo is all about and see if it can do anything to really stand out.
While the GTS 450 might be an old model, ASUS has recently breathed some life back into it with a new version under the Direct CU Silent name.
Sapphire releases a new HD 6870 with a pretty good looking cooler. How's it go, though? Only one way to find out!
Sapphire expands the Vapor-X line with the introduction of the HD 6850. Let's see how the card goes.
We install the ASUS MARS II 3GB on our new Surround Vision setup and see the kind of performance we can get at 3600 x 1920.
Sure, it's already the fastest card in the world. But let's make the MARS II even faster with the help of ASUS GPU Tweak. Let's get into it!
ASUS want to have the fastest card on the market with the MARS II. Have they done it? And do we want it? - Let's find out!
We check out MSIs HD 6670 and take the time to overclock it to see just what kind of performance we can squeeze out of the card.
Sapphire expands the TOXIC line with the introduction of the 2GB HD 6950. Let's check it out.
We check out the new dual core HD 6870x2 from PowerColor and proceed to overclock it. Our thoughts? Let's find out!
We look at the new Diamond HD 6770 which carries that lovely XOC tag. What's it mean for performance? Let's find out!
While it's been around for a while, we check out the DirectCU II version of the HD 6970 from ASUS and see how it goes.
HIS throw both the Turbo and IceQ X tag on the mid-range AMD model - the HD 6770. We check it out to see what's going on with it.
ASUS offer us the red pill or blue pill; we take the red one and enter the MATRIX with the latest GTX 580 from ASUS.
With the release of Dirt3, Sapphire brings out a revamped version of the loved HD 6950.
Sapphire expand the Ultimate series with the HD 6670. Today we see what this silent offering can bring to the table.
The high end HD 6970 finally gets the IceQ treatment from HIS. Let's check out what's going on with it.
As if the Lightning series wasn't Xtreme enough already, MSI Xtreme the GTX 580 even more with the Lightning Xtreme Edition.
Having looked at a few DirectCU II cards already from ASUS, we check out the HD 6870 version today.
The HD 6770 launch was so quiet that I didn't even hear about it. With a sample now in hand, though, let's check this new model out.
ASUS slap the DirectCU II cooler on the new GTX 560 and give it a strong overclock. Let's find out just how strong it is.
MSI give the new GTX 560 the Twin Frozr II treatment. We check out the latest NVIDIA release from MSI.
NVIDIA launch a new 500 series card to sit between the GTX 550 Ti and GTX 560 Ti. We look at the GTX 560.
We check out the Power Edition HD 6950 which brings triple voltage adjustment to the table. How high can we go?
Sapphire re-releases the HD 5850 and HD 5830. Should we or you really care, though? - Let's find out!
HIS slap the IceQ X and Turbo tag on the new HD 6790. Let's see how the model goes in our testbed.
With recent high end Lightning models looked at, we now check out the more budget friendly GTX 560 Ti HAWK.
We look at the new low to mid-range models from AMD - the HD 6670 and TurboCache wielding HD 6570.
We check out the first TOP card in a long time from ASUS with the DirectCU version of the GTX 550 Ti.
It's been a long time since we've seen a card from XFX, but we welcome them back with open arms as we slip the Black Edition HD 6870 into our testbed.
The fastest single GPU card on the market gets a little faster thanks to MSI. Whats this Lightning version offer us?
MSI expand the Lightning series with AMDs top single GPU card - the HD 6970. Let's see just what it does for us.
With the high end market taken care of, AMD begin to concentrate on some more budget friendly models with the new HD 6790. We look at Sapphires to kick things off!
The HD 6870 from HIS gets both the IceQ X and TurboX treatment to create what looks to be one of the best HD 6870s we've tested. Let's find out for sure!
NVIDIA today releases its new dual GPU card - the GTX 590. We look at the ASUS version to kick things off. Hot or not?
So you bought a HD 6970 2GB when it launched, and you're now wondering if you should partner it with a HD 6990 4GB? - We tell you if you should!
HIS send us a HD 6990 and we see what kind of overclock we can achieve with the fan set to Auto.
We get a 1GB HD 6950 from AMD and pair it with our Sapphire one to see how this 1GB model goes in CrossFire.
Two cores on one card is all great and that, but let's get two cards and four cores in our testbed system for a real party.
We SLI the Palit GTX 550 Ti to give us a total combined core speed of 2GHz. How's the new mid-range model go in SLI?
We flick Sapphire's HD 6990 4GB over to AUSUM mode, close our eyes and power on the system. We've survived to tell you about the extra grunt on offer!
Gainward crank the clocks up on the new GTX 550 Ti to 1GHz on the core. What's it do for performance?
NVIDIA release a new mid-range card. So who should be looking at the GTX 550 Ti? - We'll tell you!
In our quest to get 1GHz on the HD 6990 we blow out our ear drums. It was so worth it, though!
Our Sapphire HD 6990 4GB has literally just arrived and we test it straight away to find out what kind of performance is on offer from this beast.
The damn public holiday has delayed our Sapphire HD 6990 4GB arriving in time for launch *waves fist in air* - But we can at least give you a technical run down of everything on offer to kick things off...
The latest addition of the Vapor-X line is the HD 6870. We check out this variation from Sapphire and give you the low down.
It's been a while since we've seen an ASUS card, but today we check out a monster HD 6950 and overclock it.
The HD 6900 series begins to get the Twin Frozr II treatment from MSI. We check out this 2GB HD 6950 today.
The FleX series from Sapphire grows up a little bit with the introduction of a HD 6870 version. Let's have a quick look at it.
To compete with the GTX 560 Ti, Sapphire offer us a 1GB version of the much loved HD 6950. Is it what the camp needs?
We check out the latest Phantom series from Gainward in the form of the high end NVIDIA GTX 570. What are our thoughts on the new series?
The first card to get the HAWK label from MSI in the new 6000 series is the HD 6870. Let's see if it deserves it.
It's time to see what happens when we put two of these new mid-range beasts together. Let's check out the GTX 560 Ti in SLI.
Another GTX 560 Ti comes in and we fire up the overclocking software, give it more voltage, and more clocks - Sounds like a good time!
How golden is the Golden Sample GTX 560 Ti from Gainward? There's only one way to find out.
MSI freezes the GTX 560 Ti with its Twin Frozr II cooler. We see how the card goes with the iconic cooler from MSI.
NVIDIA release a new model and we want to know one thing - Can the GTX 560 Ti impress us like the GTX 460? It has big shoes to fill.
We get our hands on a reference GTX 570 from MSI and see how it compares to a bunch of other cards.
Not only does the HD 6850 from HIS get the Turbo treatment, but also the IceQ one. Let's see what's on offer.
With some extra juice having already been pumped into the HD 6950, it's time to see what the big brother does with that extra juice.
Houston; we have Voltage! We see how high we can bump up the HD 6950 from GIGABYTE with some extra juice.
MSI GTX 580 in SLI Overclocked? Why? Because we can, and because you can never have too much power!
HIS was quick out of the gate with the HD 6870 Turbo and today the HD 6970 gets the same treatment. Is it worth paying extra for the overclock?
We wonder what GTX 580 to the power of 2 creates - We figure it's a bucket load of FPS, but let's find out for sure.
We flash the HD 6950 with the HD 6970's BIOS and prepare ourselves for some free performance. How to do it? - Read on to find out!