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.
Following the exciting and costly Fatal1ty edition of the GeForce 8600 GT, we now turn to another passively cooled GeForce 8600 GT, the ASUS EN8600GT Silent. While it is not overclocked out of the box, does it still measure up to the competition then? We'll find out in this review.
Top gamer Jonathan 'Fatal1ty' Wendel has lent his name to quite a few products, including a line of graphics cards from XFX. This series is now into its second incarnation, with XFX updating the GPU to the new mainstream GeForce 8600 GT. Does it annihilate the opposition like the real player himself?
Leading the charge for ATI in the mainstream DirectX 10 graphics card segment is its new Radeon HD 2600 XT, equipped with 256MB of GDDR4 memory. Is that sufficient against NVIDIA and its GeForce 8600 series? Find out as we take the Sapphire Radeon HD 2600 XT apart in this review.
After the disappointing performance numbers of the budget Radeon HD 2400 XT, we move up the ladder to the mid-range Radeon HD 2600 series with an overclocked version of the Radeon HD 2600 PRO from Sapphire.
Joining in the fray for mainstream DirectX 10 graphics cards is ATI, which follows up its high-end R600 launch with two new series based on a different 65nm core. Read on to find how the budget oriented Radeon HD 2400 XT fares in our benchmarks.
Foxconn goes with the typical overclocking route in order to win your favor with its latest mid-range graphics card based on the NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT. Does it succeed in convincing us to give the thumbs up? Read about our experience here.
NVIDIA's finest is here in the form of MSI's GeForce 8800 Ultra. Find out more about the most powerful and expensive graphics card now.
The GeForce 8600 GTS failed to wow us in the price-performance department but how would the other members in the cohort fare in our labs? We put the other mainstream GeForce 8 cards to test and here's our experience.
Shown previously at CeBIT 2007, GeCube's dual GPU graphics card is finally ready for the market. Featuring two Radeon X1650 XT processors in CrossFire, this is not your ordinary mainstream card. Read on as we check out its build and performance.