We looked at the Radeon HD 7850 IceQ Turbo video card the other day, and today we throw a second into the mix and look at CrossFire performance.
We have a look at the new IceQ X2 version of the Radeon HD 7950 3GB from HIS and see how it overclocks today.
HIS sent over some new video cards and the first one we look at is the Radeon HD 7850 IceQ 2GB.
I'm setting up a 28-screen, 4-GPU flight simulator and need help with the GPUs!
What should I upgrade in my system, my CPU or GPU?
What are the benefits of a multi-GPU setup for a single screen system?
Should I get Sapphire's Radeon HD 7950 Vapor-X OC with Boost, or NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 670?
I have a GeForce 8800 GT that I want to upgrade, help me decide!
I'm stuck between deciding on a GeForce GTX 650 Ti, GTX 550 and AMD Radeon HD 7770 - help!
I've just bought a 1080p 120Hz monitor and need a new GPU - what would you suggest?
Which is the best GPU for under $200 to run games at decent settings?
We have a look at the latest HAWK video card from MSI which is driven by the NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 660 GPU.
Which GPU would be the best for playing Battlefield 3 at 1600x900?
Should I get another GTX 660 card for SLI or buy a faster GPU and go SLI in the future?
I've just upgraded my system and now I'm looking for a new GPU - what do you suggest?
For gaming at 2560x1440, is a single GeForce GTX 670 powerful enough?
Which GPU should I go for in my 5760x1080 @ 120Hz rig?
Am I missing out on anything by not switching from AMD to NVIDIA?
We overclock the Power Edition version of the GTX 650 Ti and see what we can do with the model.
Finishing up the GTX 600 series for the most part we check out the GTX 650 Ti Power Edition from MSI.
Just recently we checked out the self-made dual GPU HD 7990 from PowerColor. Now we overclock the beast to see what it can do.
I want to upgrade my Tri-SLI GTX 470s for something faster, what would suit by 5760x1080 setup?
We overclock the Power Edition version of the GTX 650 and see what we can do with the model.
I run a 3-monitor setup and want to upgrade from my Radeon HD 6870 to an NVIDIA GPU
We check out the beast that is the DEVIL 13 HD 7990 6GB from PowerColor. Let's see what it's capable of.
We see how the lower end options from NVIDIA look with the new MSI GTX 650 1GB Power Edition.
What GPU should I buy for the $200-$250 range?
Upgrading from a GeForce GTX 480, where to from here?
Which mid-range GPU is best for gaming, AMD's Radeon HD 7770 or NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 650?
The latest addition to the Flex Edition series from Sapphire comes in the form of the Radeon HD 7770. Let's check it out.
Should I upgrade my GeForce GTX 460 setup? I run a 1080p screen and i7 CPU
NVIDIA's GEFORCE GTX 660 has officially launched. We take the Twin Frozr option from MSI for a spin and see how it goes.
We check out an awesome GEFORCE GTX 680 from the folks over at Inno3D. Let's show you what makes it so awesome.
We take a look at the overclocking side of things with the upcoming GTX 660 to see what kind of performance we can expect.
I want to upgrade, and need to decide between an Alienware gaming notebook, or desktop PC, it's bein
With one more release date to break for the 600 video card series, we check out the upcoming GEFORCE GTX 660 from NVIDIA.
Should I upgrade my GeForce GTX 560 Ti to a single GTX 670/680?
AMD continue to battle new NVIDIA GEFORCE models with new variations of its Radeon video cards. Today we check out the new Radeon HD 7950 Boost from Sapphire.
Palit released the new NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 660 Ti under its most recent JetStream label. We check out what it's all about.
Which GPU is better for a 46" 1080p HDTV? A HD 7870 or GTX 670?
We got an email from MSI earlier today saying that they could no longer support us with video card review samples. The reason? NVIDIA and its tactics.
We overclock our first retail NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 660 Ti and see just how powerful the Power Edition is from MSI when put to the test.
We take a look at our first retail NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 660 Ti video card in the form of the Power Edition model from MSI.
Sapphire expands the Vapor-X series by bringing the new GHz Edition based HD 7970 into the scene.
We have a look at the recent AMD Radeon HD 7770 incarnation from Sapphire which comes under the Vapor-X Tag.
We check out the pre-overclocked HD 7850 2GB from Sapphire and see how it performs today.
We overclock the upcoming GEFORCE GTX 660 Ti 2GB to see what kind of performance we can get out of it.
Should I go for Crossfire Radeon HD 6970 or a single GeForce GTX 680 for a 3x1080p monitor setup?
We don't know when it's officially coming because NVIDIA don't talk to us, but we've got the new GEFORCE GTX 660 Ti 2GB video card in our hot little hands to tell you all about right now.
HIS bring a beasty new GHz Edition Radeon HD 7970 to the table with the new HD 7970 X IceQ X2 Turbo.
Is MSI's AMD Radeon HD 7770 video card compatible with ASUS' M5A97 motherboard?
We overclock the HIS HD 7850 and see how much performance we can get out of the model.
We overclock the HIS Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition and see how much performance we can get out of it.
We get our first taste of overclocking the new 7970 GHz Edition in retail form with the new 6GB TOXIC monster from Sapphire.
Sapphire finally brings TOXIC back. We check out the new AMD Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition TOXIC that carries a massive 6GB of onboard memory.
Having just looked at the HD 7950 Flex Edition recently, we look at the cheaper HD 7870 version today and see if it's worth considering.
What's the best value GPU for under $300?
We get around to testing CrossFire performance with two HIS Radeon HD 7850 IceQ X TurboX video cards.
The latest addition to the Flex Edition series from Sapphire comes in the form of the AMD Radeon HD 7950. Let's check it out.
MSI is back again with another Lightning series video card. This time the NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 680 gets the wicked treatment.
We've already seen the new GHz Edition Radeon HD 7970 at stock speeds. Now let's see how it goes when it comes to overclocking.
AMD try to steal the lime light back from NVIDIA with the new Radeon HD 7970 GHz edition. We see if they can do it!
MSI expand the Power Edition by introducing the NVIDIA based GTX 670 to the family. Let's check it out and see what it can do when overclocked.
Part of the much loved Black Edition series from XFX, we see what has been done with the AMD Radeon HD 7850 GPU.
We look at our very first Zalman based video card and see if the company has a chance in this competitive market.
Gainward expands the Phantom series with the new high-end GEFORCE GTX 680 from NVIDIA. We check the model out and see what this video card can do.
We pair two HIS Radeon HD 7870 IceQ video cards together and proceed to overclock them to find out how they go with the new iTurbo software.
MSI expand the Power Edition series with the release of the Radeon HD 7850. We overclock it a lot and see what the model is capable of doing.
Another non-reference GTX 670 arrives in the form of the Inno3D iChill. Let's see what it brings to the party.
Today we see the new NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 670 officially launch and we check out what Palit is doing with its JetStream model.
Still a couple of days out from the official NVIDIA launch, we look at the upcoming GEFORCE GTX 670 video card in an overclocked state.
We bench the NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 670 video card well ahead of launch date. We really don't need to say much more than that. So come and check it out!
MSI expand the popular HAWK series with the introduction of the popular AMD Radeon HD 7870 to the performance based series of video cards.
With the recent AMD price drops, we check out the VisionTek Radeon HD 7950 and overclock it with the latest Catalyst drivers.
We check out the brand new PCS+ HD 7970 3GB VORTEX II video card from PowerColor and overclock it to see how it goes.
We check out Sapphire's OC Edition variant of the new HD 7870 and see what it does for us today. Let's check it out!
We check out the Twin Frozr based HD 7870 from MSI and see how it overclocks and performs today.
MSI's first Radeon 7000 series Power Edition video card arrives in the form of the HD 7770, a model that's been hit and miss.
We get our hands on a second Palit Jetstream GeForce GTX 680 4GB video card and check out SLI performance.
Palit say that 2GB of GDDR5 isn't enough on the new GTX 680 from NVIDIA. So, they turned around and doubled it to 4GB.
MSI expand the TwinFrozr series with the new high-end GTX 680. We see how the much loved cooler goes with the new GeForce GPU.
The only thing better than one MSI HD 7970 Lightning overclocked is a pair of them overclocked in CrossFire mode. Let's go!
We got our hands on a second Palit Jetstream GTX 680 video card and checked out SLI performance. Come see!
We check out the new Black Edition HD 7870 from XFX and see if the new series continues to impress.
AMD's Radeon HD 7970 gets the Lightning treatment from MSI and we take the time to overclock this bad boy to see what it can do.
Palit waste absolutely no time and offer us a non-reference GeForce GTX 680 in the brand new JetStream series.
We look at the brand new HD 7870 IceQ Turbo from HIS and see how the latest generation IceQ cooler goes when overclocked.
We take a quick look at the iCooler version of the new Radeon HD 7770 video card from HIS to see how it performs.
We take the time to overclock the brand new GTX 680 2GB and see what kind of performance boost we can get out of it.
As far as NVIDIA knew we couldn't get a GTX 680. We told them differently, so let's show you the latest GTX 680 from them, before the NDA goes off.
We check out the latest HD 7950 to arrive in our labs from Sapphire and see how it goes with the first official WHQL HD 7900 series driver.
We look at an AMD Radeon HD 7750 that peaked our interest - the passive cooled Ultimate version from Sapphire.
We check out the brand new PCS+ HD 7870 from PowerColor and see what it's all about.
We've got the reference model AMD HD 7750 on hand, so we CrossFire it with our HIS one because we can. Let's check out performance!
We check out the Diamond HD 7970 and see how it goes with the first official WHQL Catalyst driver from AMD.
We get around to testing the reference Radeon HD 7770 at its reference clock speeds, which is something we haven't done yet.
We check out the brand new Sapphire HD 7970 Dual-X 3GB OC card and show you what it's all about.
We strap our fourth AMD Radeon HD 7970 into our testbed and check out some four way CrossFireX action via VisionTek.
We pair the brand new AMD Radeon HD 7870 up with a second video card and see how CrossFire performance is on the new model.
We look at the big brother to the new AMD Radeon HD 7800 series, the HD 7870, and see if it can impress like the smaller HD 7850.
We check out the brand new HD 7850 and see what the HD 7800 series is all about. Fingers crossed it's more HD 7900 than the HD 7700
MSI strap the popular Twin Frozr III cooler to the new AMD Radeon HD 7950. We take the time to overclock it and see how it goes.
With some big out of the box overclocks on the AMD Radeon HD 7770, we see how much further we can go with the MSI offering.
Having looked at a couple Radeon HD 7770's already, we move our focus to the cheaper HD 7750.
We pair the Sapphire HD 7770 with another and see how CrossFire HD 7770 performance looks.
We look at our first AMD Radeon HD 7770 video card in the form of the Black Edition S Super Overclocked from XFX.
Shane is back and out of hospital and to celebrate he checks out two Radeon HD 7950's in CrossFire and when overclocked.
With a pair of dual fan OC Radeon HD 7950's from Sapphire, we find out how CrossFire performance goes on the new model.
We take the time to overclock our reference AMD Radeon HD 7950 to see just what kind of performance we can expect from the new model.
We check out a stock clocked AMD Radeon HD 7950 video card and see what's going on with performance of the new model.
We look at the brand new AMD Radeon HD 7950 with the first one coming from XFX under the Black Edition Double Dissipation name.
Two AMD Radeon HD 7970's is going to be the most common CrossFire setup, so we take the time to see how overclocking goes.
What type of performance does a $1650 AMD GPU setup give you? Check out as we test three new AMD Radeon HD 7970 GPUs in CrossFireX.
We got a new Sapphire HD 7970 video card into the labs and start to test CrossFire performance of the brand new HD 7970 GPU from AMD.
We check out the new HIS HD 7970 video card and take the time to overclock it to see how the new GPU model goes from AMD.
Retail models start to show up on the HD 7970 and we check out the brand new XFX Black Edition Double Dissipation version.
After a holiday and a move overseas I've finally been able to get down and dirty with the HD 7970. Let's check it out.