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.
The long awaited challenger to NVIDIA's hegemony of DirectX 10 graphics has appeared. ATI's R600 makes its debut in the form of the Radeon HD 2900 XT 512MB and to our surprise, goes for the jugular of the GeForce 8800 GTS, and not the GeForce 8800 GTX - though it comes close.
Following last month's launch of the mid and entry-level GeForce 8 graphics parts, today NVIDIA launches the mobile variants ensuring DirectX 10 graphics is within everyone's grasp. We captured the juicy details of this new mobile GPU that will soon prevail in many of the upcoming notebooks.
DirectX 10 has gone mainstream with the release of NVIDIA's GeForce 8600 and 8500 series. With NVIDIA achieving another hard product launch milestone, there are many vendors all vying for your attention. Which NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GTS should you get? We rounded up 12 contenders for your consideration.
Pre-empting ATI's upcoming GPU launch is NVIDIA's own GeForce 8800 Ultra, a black beauty that was anticipated to have specs more outrageous than the GTX. However as we learnt, the only outrageous aspect of the Ultra is its price. Does it still have what it takes to uphold its "Ultra" nametag?
NVIDIA's top dog, the GeForce 8800 GTX gets the water-cooling treatment from MSI with its newest NX8800GTX OC Liquid. Like its name suggest, it's overclocked and quite different from the typical reference card. Read on for our thoughts about this 'elitist' card.
The first mid-range DirectX 10 graphics cards, NVIDIA's GeForce 8600 series are set to hit the streets. Here to give you a sneak peak of its performance, we benchmarked the top GeForce 8600 GTS. Read on to find out if the new series can live up to the hype.
NVIDIA gives you one less excuse not to go Windows Vista and DirectX 10 by introducing its new, mid-range lineup GeForce 8600 series with DirectX 10 support and an improved PureVideo HD engine. We took the top card in the series, the GeForce 8600 GTS for a spin and here's our verdict.
NVIDIA is now shipping its GeForce 8800 GTS with 320MB of graphics memory, enough for most users running relatively modest resolutions and best of all, it is available at a lower price point. Here is Leadtek's take on this new variant of NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 GTS.