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Making its first appearance at Computex Taipei 2011, the PowerColor HD6870x2 became a showstopper at its maker's booth because of its large profile and integration of two Barts GPUs. We take a look at this colossal graphics card.
There's a new Lightning graphics card from MSI and it packs twice the usual amount of memory. Here's our review of the MSI N580GTX Lightning Xtreme 3GB.
ASUS' latest ROG graphics card, the Matrix GTX580 Platinum comes with some extreme tweaking features that appear to take a leaf out of ROG motherboards. Along with a new, bundled tweaking utility, this Matrix promises to inject some excitement into GPU overclocking.
NVIDIA started 2011 with a bang when it introduced the GTX 560 Ti. Now, the company has followed up with the GTX 560, the successor to the phenomenal GTX 460. Can the new GPU plug the hole in NVIDIA's lineup between the 560 Ti and the 550 Ti?
AMD has released the last member of its Northern Islands GPU family - Turks. Known as the new Radeon HD 6670 and the Radeon HD 6570, do these entry level graphics card improve on their predecessors? We also check out the recently released retail editions of the Radeon HD 6450 and GeForce GT 520 to figure out how the Turks fares.
We check out AMD's new Radeon HD 6790 with HIS' 6790 IceQ X Turbo. The card boasts the company's signature IceQ X cooler and is factory overclocked for better performance. But is it worth the money against a Radeon HD 6850? Read on.
We are revisiting the Radeon HD 6850 by taking a look at two very promising customized and factory overclocked versions. HIS 6850 IceQ X Turbo sports a funky new cooler and goes up against another recent addition from MSI with the R6850 Cyclone II Power Edition OC. Find out which of them gets our nod.
HIS is back again with a new and faster Radeon HD 6870. The HIS 6870 IceQ X Turbo X features an improved cooler and is even more aggressively overclocked for better gaming performance. Find out it fared in detail in this quick review.
The MSI R6970 Lightning is the company's flagship Radeon HD 6970 and packs a host of high-end features such Military Class II components and Triple Over-Voltage. Aimed at hardcore gamers, we put it through our tests to find out if it is indeed "lightning" fast.
Not content to let AMD steal all the headlines, NVIDIA has replied with its own dual-GPU graphics behemoth, which packs two GeForce GTX 580 GPUs on a single PCB. How fast will it be? We find out.