Subject: Graphics Cards | October 10, 2007 - 06:05 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
nVIDIA has been hinting that the 320MB versions of their cards don't have much time left in the channel. That doesn't mean that they, or their partners, are slacking off. Case and point is the XFX GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB Fatal1ty up for review at The Hardware Zone. With a core clock set 150MHz above stock and the RAM a full 400MHz above stock there is some serious competition for the 8800 GTX 320MB version.
Jumping Right To It
Okay, we admit it, this is too soon. But AMD has the world abuzz about the upcoming Catalyst 7.10 'Shoot-em-up' drivers and we need to see how they affected our round up of DX10 titles we tested last week. Here's the update.
Subject: Graphics Cards | October 8, 2007 - 01:51 PM | Ryan Shrout
According to the Inquirer NVIDIA might have knocked off the 320MB version of the 8800 GTS in preparation for the upcoming G92 release.
We knew that Nvidia was planning to kill the 8800GTS 320MB in order to make
room for the 65nm die-shrink that the world has come to know as G92.
Subject: Graphics Cards | October 8, 2007 - 01:49 PM | Ryan Shrout
If you like the CPU-Z application for your overclocking or informational purposes, you'll probably find the new GPU-Z utility just as handy.
GPU-Z does not hide its similarity to CPU-Z when it comes to the user
interface, but the job at hand is absolutely massive. There are numerous
graphics chips on the market in most insane combinations, discrete or
integrated, and so on.
Subject: Graphics Cards | October 4, 2007 - 02:37 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Push the button and it goes faster, or at least that is the theory behind MSI's NX8600GT Twin Turbo. Hardware Zone reviews the card, at the normal speeds and with the Turbo button pushed. There is definitely a difference in performance, mostly thanks to the overclocking of the stream processors, but it does leave me with a question. Who is going to buy this card and not push the Turbo button?
DX10 Gaming Arrives
DX10 gaming is finally here and we take all the current titles out for a spin with high-end cards from NVIDIA and AMD to see which ones come out on top.
Subject: Graphics Cards | October 1, 2007 - 02:40 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
MSI's RX2600XT Diamond has overclocked the reference 2600XT to
850MHz and 2.3GHz, a gain of 50MHz and 100MHz respectively. One of the benefits that [H]ard|OCP noticed is that the cooler from MSI is significantly better than the stock one supplied with other 2600XTs but the ATI Overdrive will still put a ceiling on the overclock. Check out the fastest ou
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 27, 2007 - 01:29 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If the DualHead2Go Digital Edition just doesn't offer you enough screen real estate to satisfy there is still hope. Check out the TripleHead2Go Digital Edition. On one end of the connector is a VGA, DVI and USB, and on the other are 3 clearly labeled DVI connectors. Plug everything in while the PC is turned off, boot up, install the Matrox software and prepare to be amazed by Bioshock in 3840*1024. Check out [H]ard|OCP's gallery of screens from many games all at that sa
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 25, 2007 - 11:12 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
AMD is excited to announce the newest member of its flagship ATI Radeon HD 2900 series, the ATI Radeon HD 2900 PRO. The ATI Radeon HD 2900 PRO features the powerful next-generation unified shader architecture with 320 unified stream processors, comprehensive DirectX 10 support and built-in HDMI multimedia features for an immersive HD gaming experience.
The ATI Radeon HD 2900 PRO is available today on a limited basis subject to supply constraints.
Below is more detail on the three board variants of the ATI Radeon HD 2900 PRO: