News tagged ‘graphics cards’
Monday, 7 May 2012
Featuring a base clock speed at 915MHz with 6008MHz DDR memory, the GTX 690 features two Kepler GPU cores and is backed by a staggering 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM.
Tuesday, 24 Apr 2012
AMD confirms that it is dropping monthly support for its older DirectX10 Radeon graphics cards.
Thursday, 19 Apr 2012
The R7850 Power Edition incorporate the MSI Twin Frozr IV Thermal design, while the R7770 and R7750 Power Edition cards feature MSI's TransThermal design.
Saturday, 14 Apr 2012
Optimized for overclocking with a 5 Phase PWM design and 8-pin + 6-pin power connectors, the EVGA GeForce GTX 680 SC Signature features higher base/boost clocks at 1084MHz base and 1150MHz boost.
Featuring a perforated, adjustable fan design, the Vortex II cooling technology enables gamers to manually adjust the fan, optimizing the air flow and heat dissipation effectively.
Tuesday, 3 Apr 2012
In a span of just a few weeks, AMD loses yet another top graphics executive as their Director of Client Technology Unit leaves after 12 years in service.
Thursday, 29 Mar 2012
With a boost clock 92MHz higher than the standard speed, the JetStream GeForce GTX 680 card performs 9dB quieter and 8 degrees Celsius cooler, and achieves 12.5% higher at 3DMark 11 Xscore and averages 10% higher among all the popular gaming titles.
Tuesday, 6 Mar 2012
Club 3D announces its Radeon HD 7800 series, releasing a total of 4 graphics cards.
Monday, 5 Mar 2012
PowerColor has launched its HD7800 series of graphics cards, including the PCS+ HD7870 GHz Edition which comes with PowerColor's unique cooling solution design, and features core clock and memory clock speeds of 1100MHz and 4900MHz respectively.
Wednesday, 15 Feb 2012
Adopting the same new GCN architecture as well as their 28nm fabrication process of the Tahiti GPU, the Radeon HD 7770 is the highlight of the Cape Verde GPU series as the first GPU clocked at 1000MHz. Also joining it is the Radeon HD 7750 GPU. We highlight a list of graphics cards ready to roll in the stores sporting these new mainstream chips.