News: Graphics Cards
Tuesday, 10 Dec 2013
Running at a factory-overclocked 880MHz (1030MHz with boost) for the core, the PowerColor TurboDuo R9 280X OC utilizes a 384-bit high speed memory interface that connects to 3GB of GDDR5 memory, offering gamers higher frame rates. It also integrates PowerColor's TurboDuo cooling technology.
ASUS ROG has announced the Mars 760 graphics card which features two GeForce GTX 760 GPUs for superior gaming performance. You can purchase it from 15 December onwards at S$949.
Thursday, 5 Dec 2013
Factory overclocked to 1060MHz (60MHz higher than the reference model), even up to 1100MHz with boost, the new graphics card comes packed with the Gold Power kit, that includes Digital PWM, Ferrite Conducting Power, and Multi Phase Design.
Friday, 29 Nov 2013
The latest addition to the Zotac GeForce GTX 780 Ti family incorporates NVIDIA GeForce ShadowPlay technology which enables gamers to record and share their favorite gaming moments on social networks.
NZXT has just announced the Kraken G10, which is a liquid cooling kit for graphics cards. Its bracket allows for attachment of NZXT liquid cooling systems, as well as supported ones of other brands, to graphics cards. Find out more about this enthusiast kit!
This festive season, NVIDIA is giving away a holiday game bundle with every purchase of an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 600 and 700 series card.
Wednesday, 27 Nov 2013
GPU shipment figures for Q3 2013 have been released by Jon Peddie Research. Among the incumbent dominant players, NVIDIA had strong gains in the desktop segment. On the whole, the company's overall PC graphics shipments increased 2.3%.
Saturday, 23 Nov 2013
Palit has just joined the other add-in card partners with its announcement of the GeForce GTX 780 Ti JetStream 3GB GDDR5 graphics card.
Sapphire has just release a BIOS update for its Radeon R9 290 graphics card. With the new BIOS, the card is touted to perform better.
Tuesday, 19 Nov 2013
AMD has announced its 12GB FirePro S10000 graphics card that is meant for high performance computing (HPC) implementations. NVIDIA also has its own solution, in the form of the 12GB Tesla K40 graphics card.