Liquid cooling may sound cool to the average consumer but most of them would not want the hassle of installation. MSI has taken it out of your hands as its new Radeon X1950 XTX now comes with a liquid cooling kit courtesy of Thermaltake. Read on for our thoughts on this special card.
To counter NVIDIA's diversifying GeForce 7900 series, ATI today has hard-launched their answer - the Radeon X1950 PRO. Based on a new 80nm core, ATI was able to deliver the price-performance combination that was lacking in their range for a long time. Check out what we thought about PowerColor's souped up version.
The fastest GeForce 7900 GS ever made finally reached our labs and it's none other than the ASUS EN7900GS TOP. Standing apart from the competition with its dangerously high clocks, it promises a whole level of performance for a GeForce 7900 GS. Read on to find out how it performed.
Enthusiasts now have one more choice when it comes to graphics cards, as EVGA, a leading brand from the US makes its debut on our shores. We present to you the EVGA GeForce 7900 GS KO, an overclocked version that aims to knock out the competition.
One of the most highly anticipated GeForce 7900 GS cards to be launched, the XpertVision GeForce 7900GS Sonic is unlike any of its other competitors. Thanks to a specially designed cooler and in-house PCB design, this overclocked graphics card looks to provide performance at an attractive price point.
Many vendors have been releasing their GeForce 7900 GS products recently so it's only a matter of time before MSI, one of the larger graphics cards manufacturers followed suit. That happens to be the NX7900GS-T2D256E-HD, which comes with HDCP support. Read on for the full review and our take.
NVIDIA's latest GeForce 7900 GS is no doubt finding fans for its affordability and performance. But why settle for a generic one when there are numerous special and overclocked versions out there? Leadtek for one has an extremely attractive GeForce 7900 GS. Here's the WinFast PX7900 GS TDH Extreme.
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.