AMD has kind of launched its Mantle API, so we tested it out on two AMD Radeon R9 290X video cards in CrossFire at 4K - come and see the results.
Sleeping Dogs goes under the Eyefinity microscope once again, this time in Portrait - how does it perform at 3240x1920? Let's see.
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 check out the latest Batman game, Batman: Arkham City and find out how it runs on a number of video cards.
Sapphire HD 5830 1GB and MSI GTX 460 768MB Cyclone; both priced at $210 U.S. - Where should your money go?
$500 and a love for PhysX? - Which option is the better way to go; a single GTX 480, or a GTX 470 with a dedicated GTX 260 picked up second hand?
AMD is finally getting back in the game with the release of OpenCL tools and drivers. But are they too late to catch NVIDIA?
Today we will have a glimpse into the world of competitive overclocking as Deanzo takes part in one of these events.
We all have our favorites in the GPU and CPU world, but when we compare them do we know what we are looking at?
We talk about our decision to move away from XP and Vista testing in our graphics card reviews and to use Windows 7 exclusively.
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 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 find out how Windows 7 VGA performance is coming along with a GTX 285 by comparing it to Vista.
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.
NVIDIA lifts the curtain on its exclusive PhysX techology for the upcoming blockbuster PC game; Mirror's Edge.
An evolution that picks up where movies fall short and where games have always dreamed.
Shane talks about how and why so many products he reviews consistently end up with scores of 80%+.
Shane wonders if continuous rumors of new NVIDIA graphics cards are slowing down upgrades and generally hurting gamers.
In Shane's editorial for this week he talks about why NVIDIA are misleading the masses with a whole new naming scheme.
After riding the 9800 GX2 wave through most of last week, Shane talks about the stream of GX2 content from his angle.