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PureVideo HD Introduction
NVIDIA's PureVideo HD technology attempts to take most of the guess work out of building an HD-DVD and Blu-ray ready system for your home theater or desktop, while offering great playback performance as well.
Xbox 360 HD-DVD Player
Microsoft released their external HD-DVD drive for the Xbox 360 this week with a hidden surprise: it works on your PC!
What G80 Brings
NVIDIA is launching the worlds first DX10 ready hardware today with the first unified architecture. Not only did they get it right, they wiped the floor with the competition!
Introduction and X1650 XT Specs
ATI's new X1650 XT attempts to one up NVIDIA in the $150 price point of graphics cards after their success with the X1950 Pro card earlier in the month. Does it compete with the popular GeForce 7600 GT?
Mainstream Battle Ground
ATI's latest GPU is the X1950 Pro that comes in to the $200 price segment swinging a hammer; a very big hammer. CrossFire gets an update as well with internal connectors and no more master or slave cards!
What is Folding@Home?
ATI and Stanford are bringing massive Folding@Home power to your ATI X1900 and X1950 GPUs; oh and the Sony Playstation 3 as well.
The $299 Battle Royale
NVIDIA is releasing the GeForce 7950 GT it announced last week today; a new sub-$300 card with 7900-features. We have retail cards from both XFX and BFG to show you today that you might just decide deserve a spot in your system.
Two New GPUs
NVIDIA is releasing a new mid-range GPU today dubbed the 7900 GS. This XFX model is slightly overclocked, and is easily the best card for around $200 we have ever seen!
R580+: Higher Clocks and GDDR4
ATI's answer to the gaining popularity of the multi-GPU GeForce 7950 GX2 is the X1950 XTX -- still a single GPU card but one that performs amazingly close to NVIDIA's flagship part.
Quad SLI Introduction
NVIDIA has readied Quad SLI for the enthusiast, opening it up for official support in their latest driver release. Does quadrupling your gaming power make sense though?
AGEIA PhysX Technology
Asus has the second PhysX PPU card on the market, but this one gives you a full copy of Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter to go along with it. Does that change anything for your $250??
XFX 7600 GT XXX Edition
XFX makes lots of GeForce 7 cards, but the PV-T73G-UDD model, otherwise known as the XXX Edition, might just be the best one out there.
The Asus EN7900GT TOP
Asus has two GeForce 7-series cards that vary from the stock reference designs we have seen everywhere else. Come in and see if an overclocked 7900 GT or silent 7600 GT might be fore you.
Introduction and NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GX2 Technology
NVIDIA and BFG are releasing the brand new GeForce 7950 GX2 video card that sports two 7-series GPUs on a single card for multi-GPU rendering and the first step towards Quad SLI.
Introduction, Specifications and Architecture Summary
BFG has taken the NVIDIA 7900 GT GPU, overclocked it for you over reference specs and put a 24/7 lifetime warranty behind it. Is this something that you might be using in your next system upgrade?
The Technology that is PhysX
BFG's AGEIA PhysX card is finally coming out to market, and we've had our sample going through the paces for a few days. Testing with Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter and a Cell Factor demo to see what kind of performance and features we get for our $250.
Introduction and Specifications
BFG has an overclocked 7900 GTX on the review block today. Is this the best card you can get for your next gaming system? And how does nearly $1200 on SLI sound?
The end of overclock?
NVIDIA had an issue on their hands with their flagship 7900 GTX retail cards consistently freezing and locking -- we finally have the answer and NVIDIA's response.
All We Can Say
Even though we don't have samples of either of these cards, we went ahead and summarized all the information provided by NVIDIA on these newly announced cards for you here.
NVIDIA and Havok in Bed
NVIDIA is partnering with Havok, arguably the most successful physics engine API for software development, to bring physics processing acceleration to NVIDIA GPUs. Does this spell the end for AGEIA?