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XFX is back with another Fatal1ty endorsed graphics card. This time, the object of gaming desire is a more appropriately high-end GeForce 8800 GTS but as usual, XFX has gone for the ultra overclocking approach. The result? XFX has created the absolute fastest GeForce 8800 GTS card that even approaches the GTX!
Remember the Turbo button that you hit to instantly boost your computer? That died out many years back but it's not stopping MSI from reviving the halcyon days of Turbo mode with its latest graphics card, the MSI NX8600GT Twin Turbo.
MSI's Diamond is back in another incarnation. This time, the Radeon HD 2600 XT GDDR4 chipset gets the polish, with higher than usual clock speeds and MSI's own custom cooler. We take a look at this gem of a card.
With Neverwinter Nights 2 headlining its latest Radeon HD 2600 XT 256MB GDDR3, Gigabyte has another attractive game bundled with its graphics cards. Read on as we check out this interesting silent package.
Gathering together the present and previous generations of graphics cards from both ATI and NVIDIA that have ruled much of the retail scene in 2007, we have the benchmark numbers for more than 20 cards in our comparison chart. Which is the best performer and which gives the best bang for your buck? Answers inside!
Touted as the next great thing for PC gaming, DirectX 10 games have been slow to appear in retail for a variety of reasons. Leadtek has seized upon one of the earlier such games to be released, Lost Planet and hopes to use it to attract consumers to its GeForce 8600 GT.
Tweaking your graphics cards is now as simple as turning a knob with ASUS' OC Gear edition of the GeForce 8600 GT. We tried our hand at fiddling with this new product and here's what we found.
Equipped with a large custom cooler, the X-Turbo II, GeCube's latest Radeon HD 2600 XT graphics card comes with 256MB of GDDR4 memory and seeks to impress us with improved cooling. Is it able to topple the excellent cooler on the reference model?
MSI has decided to release a Diamond Plus edition of the NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GTS 256MB, featuring a custom cooler and HDMI output.
XpertVision's Sonic editions have always been interesting for its above average performance. This formula was replicated once more for the new Radeon HD 2600 XT 256MB GDDR3 and we were eager to find out if this card can match the reference GDDR4 version.