Subject: Graphics Cards | May 14, 2007 - 10:40 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
SUNNYVALE, Calif. - May 14, 2007 - The much anticipated ATI Radeon(tm) HD 2000 Series of graphics cards is garnering great support from the PC ecosystem, with 26 power supply vendors already signing up for certification of their products by AMD (NYSE: AMD), and more are expected to follow. They are partnering with AMD to launch the next generation of graphics processing units, which give gamers superior DirectX® 10 performance at every price point, as well as the ultimate HD experience.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 13, 2007 - 11:14 PM | Ryan Shrout
In a few minutes you'll start to see reviews of the new AMD ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT graphics card, previously known as R600. Mine won't be ready for some time due to some server down time that decided to happen in the middle of my testing and write up time.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 9, 2007 - 03:40 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
There is a brand new set of mobile graphics chips that were unveiled today by nVIDIA. Although the 8800 series doesn't have a mobile equivalent, the rest of the 8000's are represented so you can get DX10 goodness on your laptop. Head over to HotHardware to get the lowdown on their specs and see how they perform.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 8, 2007 - 10:16 AM | Ryan Shrout
An interesting product announcement hit my inbox just now that I thought I would share with you all. From PNY, a new 8800 GTX "Limited Edition" card that is highly overclocked will be available NOW or very soon. Here are the specs:
- 621 MHz core versus 575 MHz stock
- 1.45 GHz shader core versus 1.35 GHz stock
- 2.0 GHz memory speed versus 1.8 GHz stock
- 96 GB/s memory bandwidth versus 86.4 GB/s stock
- 39.7 billion pixels/s fill rate versus 36.8 billion pixels/s
- MSRP of $579.99
Considering that the
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Subject: Graphics Cards | May 7, 2007 - 03:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
PC Stats has decided to test out a question many value minded gamers are wondering. Which is better, a single 8800GTX or a pair of 8800GTS' in SLI? You pay pretty much the same price for either setup, although the single GTX does allow you to install a second card down the road ... when you can afford it.
As the tests show, it is a matter of choosing between great performance now, or really good performance now and astounding performance in the future.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 4, 2007 - 04:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra 768MB PCI Express graphics card is the pinnacle of consumer graphics technology and will excel against any competition in the market. With unparalleled performance, courtesy of NVIDIA's revolutionary unified architecture, the 8800 Ultra packs the power of 128 stream processors operating at 1500MHz which are supported by an amazing 103.7GB/s of memory bandwidth. For users with water cooled systems, BFG is continuing to lead the way by bringing the first 8800 Ultra Water Cooled Edition to market with a custom single slot copper water block co-d
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 4, 2007 - 12:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
DX10 is new and will add a lot to your gaming experience ... eventually. You won't be seeing games using right away, so if you are in the market for a cheap card the 8600 series may not be the way to go. Legion Hardware proves that a 7900 GS can be turned into a better card that the 8600 with a bit of overclocking. Read on to see just how much better in their full review.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 2, 2007 - 01:09 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Lake Forest, IL — (May 2, 2007) — BFG TechnologiesÂ®, Inc., a leading North American and European NVIDIAÂ® supplier of advanced 3D graphics cards, motherboards, power supplies and other PC enthusiast products, announced today the BFG NVIDIA GeForceÂ® 8800 GTS OC™ 640MB Water Cooled Edition PCI ExpressÂ® graphics card.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 2, 2007 - 12:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The 8800 series owns both the performance crown and the record for most expensive consumer graphics card. If you like to game above 1600*1200 then this card is what you want, but if your monitor can't handle that resolution you won't be able to take full advantage of the card. [H]ard|OCP put the new Ultra version of this card to the test, and ran out of resolutions and features to turn up ... everything was maxed and the card was still going strong.