News tagged ‘graphics card’
Friday, 22 Mar 2013
ASUS has announced its HD 7790 DirectCU II graphics card. Utilizing an overclocked AMD Radeon HD 7790 GPU and dual-fan cooling, the card offers DX11 gaming and multimedia performance with 28nm GPU technology, and supports the newest PC games in mid-to-high detail settings at Full HD.
Tuesday, 19 Mar 2013
Sapphire has announced a new graphics accelerator that's compatible with the Apple Mac Pro series of desktop computers.
Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013
The ASUS GeForce GTX Titan is available starting today at S$1,599 from selected ASUS authorized resellers in Sim Lim Square and Funan DigitaLife Mall. If you're interested in experiencing the Titan, you may sign up for our HardwareZone PlayTest Event with NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Titan. Details inside.
Friday, 22 Feb 2013
EVGA has released a new version of its Precision overclocking software: EVGA Precision X 4.0.0.
Friday, 15 Feb 2013
Unigine Corp has released a new, enhanced 4.0 version of its popular Heaven benchmark, a synthetic benchmark popular among overclockers and hardware enthusiasts for its extreme, intensive settings.
Tuesday, 15 Jan 2013
PowerColor has released a new version of its popular overclocking utility, PowerUp Tuner. In addition to options for adjusting core clock speeds, voltage power and fan speeds, PowerUp Tuner V0.2 offers personalized profile storage to save different settings and loading records.
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
ASUS has introduced new products which will elevate gaming and home entertainment at the CES 2013.
Friday, 21 Dec 2012
Based on AMD's Tahiti architecture (unlike the rest of the HD 7800 series which adopts the Pitcairn architecture) with its 256-bit memory interface, it includes 1536 stream processors and 96 texture units.
Thursday, 6 Dec 2012
With core and memory speeds of 910MHz and 4800MHz respectively, the card has 2GB GDDR5 on board memory, and comes equipped with an innovative cooling technology named the "Fling Force".
Thursday, 29 Nov 2012
While previous ASUS GeForce GTX 680 DirectCU II graphics cards came in a three-slot design, the redesigned edition packages the product in a convenient two-slot height, to meet the demands of the gamer and overclock community as well as allow for easier integration into more desktop PCs.