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Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014
The MSI R9 295X2 8GD5 is available now. This high-end enthusiast graphics card cramps a pair of AMD Hawaii XT GPUs on board, with 8GB of GDDR5 video memory. To keep things running cool, the card also features a closed-cycle liquid cooling system that is maintenance free.
Monday, 14 Apr 2014
Get $100 Game Credits for HoN and Path of Exile When You Buy Selected NVIDIA GeForce GTX GPUs or GTX-powered Notebooks
Now, gamers who purchase a GeForce GTX 650/750-series graphics card or a 700M/800M GPU-powered notebook will be entitled to a new bundle with $100 of in-game currency for HoN (Heroes of Newerth), and Path of Exile.
Friday, 11 Apr 2014
The alleged specifications of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 880 GPU have been leaked. The Maxwell-based GPU boasts of a new GM204 graphics core, with a whopping 3,200 CUDA cores!
Wednesday, 9 Apr 2014
AMD has launched the world's fastest, most powerful graphics card, the AMD Radeon R9 295X2. Designed for ultra-enthusiasts, the new card was developed jointly with Asetek, and joins two AMD Radeon R9 Series GPUs in a one-card design.
NVIDIA has announced GeForce 337.50 Beta drivers that promise to deliver performance boosts to DirectX 11-based game titles, as well as the expansion of the game optimization technology, GeForce Experience 2.0 to support over 150 games!
Thursday, 3 Apr 2014
Details of the upcoming dual-GPU graphics card from AMD; the Radeon R9 295X2 has been leaked. At a glance, the card brings the previous generation ASUS ROG ARES II Radeon HD 7990 to mind.
Wednesday, 2 Apr 2014
One year ago, Club 3D introduced its MST (Multi Stream Transport) Hub that lets you add more display devices to an existing desktop or mobile system (that has a DisplayPort output). Now, the company is rolling out the first MST Hub with HDMI outputs.
Thursday, 27 Mar 2014
AMD has announced the FirePro W9100 graphics card for professional workstations. At its heart, is the Hawaii GPU that was most recently seen in end consumer AMD R9 290X and R9 290 graphics cards.
Wednesday, 26 Mar 2014
The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card was unveiled during NVIDIA CEO’s keynote address at this year’s GTC. Its specifications are of monstrous proportions; it features a pair of Kepler GPUs, with 12GB of video memory.
At this year’s GTC, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has announced Pascal, the next generation GPU family that will replace the current Maxwell GPU series. The new GPU is named after 17th century mathematician, Blaise Pascal, and will be available in 2016.