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Ever fancied one of those highly touted third party coolers on your GeForce 7900 GT? Well, Gigabyte seems to have heard your wishes for its latest overclocked GeForce 7900 GT that uses one from Zalman. Read on to find out how cool did it perform in our labs.
HIS has upgraded its famed IceQ cooler to version 3 and fittingly, it's used to reduce both temperatures and noise on their high-end Radeon X1900 XTX 512MB. And it's not any stock card, but a Turbo edition! Here's our take of this new card.
The GeForce 7950 GX2 was the first retail HDCP ready chipset. Now that has been extended to the GeForce 7900 GT, with MSI being one of the first to introduce a revised version with HDCP support. Read on to find out what we feel about this latest overclocked GeForce 7900 GT 256MB.
The first GeForce 7300 GT we saw from Gainward was very impressive and is perhaps misleading as to the general quality of the GeForce 7300 GT due to its aggressive clock speeds. Gigabyte's version is more modestly clocked and should be more representative of its class. Here's what we found out.
XFX has always had overclocked versions of their products for those who want that extra performance without getting their hands dirty. So it was only a matter of time before its overclocked GeForce 7950 GX2 hit the market. Read on to find out how much more performance you can expect to find.
The mainstream consumer graphics segment gets a boost with the latest chipset from NVIDIA, the GeForce 7300 GT. With hardly any fanfare, this addition to the GeForce 7300 is now available in retail channels. Here's our impression of a limited edition of this new card from Gainward.
With another successful 'hard' launch of the NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GX2, we are seeing quite an ample supply of these powerful cards in the market. US$599 may seem like a lot but hardware enthusiasts are probably still snapping them up. Here's what we thought of Gigabyte's well packaged version.
ATI managed to launch the Radeon X1900 GT right on the dot last month and we've all seen how it posed a decent challenge to the GeForce 7900 GT. For those still on the fence between ATI and NVIDIA, here's another chance to review the evidence.
A dual-slot NVIDIA graphics card with 512MB of DDR3 memory and an overclocked core that's running at 550MHz. Is this really a GeForce 7900 GT? Well, it still is, albeit Palit's special Sonic version of a GeForce 7900 GT. Read on as we find out if it's as fast as its name.
HDMI finally comes to the PC, with this early look at a prototype of the PowerColor Radeon X1600 HDMI.