Subject: Graphics Cards | September 14, 2006 - 11:51 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
HotHardware is a perfect starting point to get an idea of how XFXs 7950GT will perform. For a card that falls just below the performance of a 7950GTX, it is impressive to see a passive cooling solution.
Make sure to make your way back here, Ryan has reviewed the XFX passively cooled version, but we also managed to get a hold of BFG's actively cooled card.
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.
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 13, 2006 - 05:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Why would someone release a new ATI X1300 for regular PCI? The main reason would be the size, it can be much smaller than a PCI-E card, and work better in tight spaces such as an HTPC setup. Of course, many HTPC setups do have PCI-E, and there are smaller versions of cards in existance. Tech Spot's benchmarking also gives a perfect example of the difference in bandwidth between PCI and PCI-E.
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 11, 2006 - 12:12 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
TweakTown struggled their way through reviewing the XFX GeForce 7900GS, at stock speeds. When they realised they could go from 480MHz and 1400MHz DDR, to 658MHz and 1648 DDR, they decided they liked the card after all.
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 7, 2006 - 04:10 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new City of Villains patch is out, so AnanadTech revisits Ageia's PPU and the effect it has on playability. To make things easier to compare CoV now supports software physics, so the performance difference the PPU makes can realy be highlighted.
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 6, 2006 - 11:54 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Lake Forest, IL — (September 6, 2006) — BFG TechnologiesÂ®, Inc., the
leading North American and European NVIDIA supplier of advanced 3D
graphics cards, motherboards, power supplies and other PC enthusiast
products, announced today their new BFG GeForce™ 7950 GT OC™ 512MB PCIe
and BFG GeForce™ 7900 GS OC™ 256MB PCIe graphics cards.
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 6, 2006 - 11:51 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
nVIDIA's new card, the 7900GS comes out at the competitive price range of $200-$240, making SLI systems a little more affordable. Although it is only about $50 cheaper than some 7900GTs, that can add up when you are getting 2 cards. Start off at [H] with their review, but don't forget Ryan's at the top of the page.
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!
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 5, 2006 - 12:10 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
You may remember Diamond Multimedia as the graphics company that sold you your first 3DFX product. The brand itself was purchased wholesale by a company called Best Data, who have produce many different products under the Diamond name. [H]ard|OCP reivews their Viper X1600 Pro 512MB, not the fastest ATI chipset, but at ~$129.99, it does pretty good.