The much awaited Radeon HD 4850 graphics cards have actually landed in retail this week and despite the oddity that it hasn't launched yet officially, we managed to grab two of these newcomers to give you a preview of what they taste like. Check them out now!
NVIDIA's second generation architecture has been unveiled in the form of the GeForce GTX 200 series. Packing more transistors than ever, this is the most complex GPU ever from the graphics leader. Can it live up to its hype? Find out in our exhaustive article!
Featuring an unique heatsink that tries to blend the best of two diverging approaches to cooling, MSI's new N9600GT Hybrid Freezer factors in both passive and active cooling to showcase this interesting product, but failed to impress in our close scrutiny.
Fancy a bit of excitement? If you're looking to jazz up that mainstream graphics card, you may well consider these two non-reference GeForce 9600 GT cards from ASUS. Each has an unique proposition for the consumer but which path would you choose? We give you our take on them.
Zotac's AMP! Edition graphics cards have featured impressively high clock speeds and the company applies this formula to NVIDIA's new single card flagship, the GeForce 9800 GTX 512MB. Does the extreme overclocking work as intended? Check out what we thought.
ATI refreshed its mainstream Radeon HD cards at the beginning of the year but they were quickly overshadowed by the high-end Radeon HD 3870 X2 in publicity. Finally, we got the chance to test them for their Avivo HD performance to see how they fare against their predecessors and rivals.
It doesn't take too long nowadays for vendors to start offering custom graphics cards and the GeForce 9600 GT gets the silent treatment from Gigabyte. With a passive cooler and overclocked frequencies, is this the card to get?
It's only been days since the GeForce 9800 GTX made its debut but MSI already has prepared an overclocked version for the enthusiasts. Outwardly similar to the reference design, it is similar to MSI's own standard edition, but with higher clocks. Does it have the pace to stand out from the competition?
NVIDIA continues to launch its GeForce 9 series at a steady rate. Today, it's the turn of the GeForce 9800 GTX, which is supposed to be the fastest single GPU graphics card from the company now. Does it stand up to our scrutiny?
Ever wondered what makes a workstation graphics card so much more powerful for applications involving digital content creation and computer assisted design? What justifies its expensive price tag? We find out where the new FireGL V7600 stands against its consumer graphics equivalents.