Based on the new AMD R9 290X "Hawaii" GPU, we lined up two graphics cards from ASUS and MSI respectively. As the top of the line models, they sport custom cooling solutions and other distinguishing features to make them stand out from the crowd. Dive in and find out how they compete against each other!
The MSI GeForce GTX 780Ti Gaming 3G graphics card is the latest NVIDIA GeForce card added to its Gaming series. It has three operating modes, configured using MSI's exclusive Gaming App. Right out of the box, it operates in OC mode, with its GK110 core rated at 1020MHz. Find out if it can outdo its competitors from ASUS and Gigabyte!
Manli may not be a familiar brand to most, but this Hong Kong-based manufacturer and supplier of PC components has a decent offering of NVIDIA graphics cards. Their Manli GeForce GTX770 Ultimate features 4GB of video memory, distinguishing it from most other 2GB based GTX 770 cards. We find out if it helps topple its competitors.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti card was unveiled early November this year. Now, the add-in card partners have announced their offerings, based on the fully unlocked GK110 graphics core of the GTX 780 Ti. We rounded up two early adopters from ASUS and Gigabyte respectively for comparison. Find out which S$1,000 card came out ahead!
The Gigabyte Radeon R9 280X Windforce 3X OC leaps out of the box with a factory-overclocked R9 280X GPU, rated at up to 1100MHz. With the skeleton thin fan shroud and its three cooling fans, the card cuts a familiar sight to those who are in the know of its Windforce 3x cooling system. We find out how this card fares.
After much waiting, the true new heir of AMD's next generation graphics cards is finally unveiled as the Radeon R9 290X and is now officially available. We give you a run-down of what you need to know of the new card and its "Hawaii" GPU core.
The ASUS ROG Matrix R9 280X Platinum is a top-end card from the ROG series, featuring the new AMD R9 280X GPU. With enthusiast features like its 20-phase power delivery system, VGA Hotwire connectors and TweakIt, an onboard voltage adjustment system, read on to find out if the card impressed us.
NVIDIA recently held a special event at Montreal, Canada, where they announced a couple of new technologies and teased a new graphics card. Here's everything you need to know from the event.
The MSI R9 280X Gaming is the first graphics card from the company's Gaming series to be based on the new series of AMD GPUs. The card features a slightly overclocked core at 1020MHz, but has an OC mode to get it up to 1050MHz. Find out how this card fared in our trials.
The ASUS Radeon R9 280X DirectCU II TOP 3GB GDDR5 is the first card from the company to feature the new AMD Radeon R9 280X GPU. Besides boasting of improved GPU features, ASUS has as usual overclocked it (though not enough) and outfitted it with its own design and cooler technologies. We find out if the combination makes it outshine NVIDIA's offerings.