Barely a week after NVIDIA officially launched the GeForce 7950 GT, we are already seeing multiple models from various vendors deluging our labs. XFX sent us a pair of custom GeForce 7950 GT cards featuring an all-passive cooler design, so we just had to show you how it fared.
The successor to the venerable GeForce 7900 GT, the 'new' GeForce 7950 GT has been given a good clock speed bump with double the frame buffer size, HDCP compliancy and is tagged not much higher at US$299. ATI too has a 'renewed' part in this segment and we intend to find out how well NVIDIA's entry can hold up against it.
ATI recently rung in the changes for its range of graphics chipsets. The mid-range segment saw the introduction of the Radeon X1650 PRO, a product that looks like the Radeon X1600 XT on paper. We examine GeCube's Radeon X1650 PRO Platinum to find out what's under the hood.
NVIDIA wasn't just going to let ATI grab all the headlines with its recent graphics revamp. The green team has decided to take the same approach by splitting its GeForce 7900 GT model into two new separate products. Today, we look at the less endowed of the two offspring, the GeForce 7900 GS.
Christmas has come early for those still hanging on to their AGP systems, for the GeForce 7600 GT is the latest GPU to spawn an official AGP variant. Featuring the same core and memory clock speeds as the PCIe version, the Leadtek WinFast A7600 GT TDH promises much, but can it deliver? Read on.
The GeForce 7600 GS had the potential of a perfect match for a HTPC but that was ruined when NVIDIA neglected to standardize the design to have the hardware encryption key for true HDCP readiness. Gigabyte has remedied this with its new card and even features a HDMI output. Here's the promising GV-NX76G256HI-RH
ATI takes another stab at restoring parity in the high-end graphics segment with an improved version of the Radeon X1900 XTX. Reinforced with an enhanced R580+ core and DDR4 memory, the Radeon X1950 XTX 512MB promises a lot but can it deliver the win for ATI? Here's how it did in our benchmarks.
The many incarnations of NVIDIA's new GeForce 7300 GT chipset have surprised us with its performance and value. At its best, this newcomer can joust with midrange cards like the Radeon X1600 XT and GeForce 7600 GS. Inno3D's version is one of these with better specs than expected, so read on to see what we uncovered.
With virtually all the present generation of graphics cards already on the table, it's timely to conduct a short investigation on which is the best midrange graphics card for your budget. We gathered six such chipsets from both ATI and NVIDIA and ran them through our select benchmarks. Care to lay your bets?
The GeForce 7600 GS has remained in the shadow of the faster GeForce 7600 GT. Then NVIDIA introduced the GeForce 7300 GT which, depending on its clock speeds, posed a competitive threat. To stay relevant, ASUS has a new bolstered GeForce 7600 GS but can it reverse the tide like its unique Reverse Cool system?