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NVIDIA gives you one less excuse not to go Windows Vista and DirectX 10 by introducing its new, mid-range lineup GeForce 8600 series with DirectX 10 support and an improved PureVideo HD engine. We took the top card in the series, the GeForce 8600 GTS for a spin and here's our verdict.
NVIDIA is now shipping its GeForce 8800 GTS with 320MB of graphics memory, enough for most users running relatively modest resolutions and best of all, it is available at a lower price point. Here is Leadtek's take on this new variant of NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 GTS.
Are overclocked GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB graphics cards the rage now among vendors and consumers? We have already seen such a card from Foxconn and now MSI is the next to show us its overclocked GeForce 8800 GTS, but the MSI NX8800GTS-T2D320E-HD-OC has a little surprise in store as well.
By now you should have seen the performance of a GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB. Now what if we told you there's a faster, overclocked version of that available? Interested to know more? Read on as we give the lowdown on Foxconn's GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB Overclocked Edition.
DirectX 10 graphics card belonged to the group of elites last year. That's all changing now with Vista launched and NVIDIA filling a void in its lineup with the 'new' GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB SKU. How does a speedy GPU fare when strapped with less than optimum memory? We find out in this article.
Following up on its successful Radeon X1950 PRO, ATI now has a cheaper alternative for those wanting to save a few more bucks. This new SKU, the Radeon X1950 GT has lower clock speeds but we can always overclock it to match a Radeon X1950 PRO right? Read on to find out how that turned out.
If you're one of those who still possess a decent AGP system, be glad. For the chance to boost your system graphics at a relatively affordable price is now here with the AGP version of the high-end Radeon X1950 PRO. We gathered a few of the most readily available models and find out what makes them tick.
Gainward marks its comeback to the Asian market with its first ever ATI product. And what could be more appropriate than to launch a Golden Sample of ATI's hottest property now, the Radeon X1950 PRO. Find out if Gainward manages to get the full potential out of this overclocked 512MB version.
Graphics cards supporting HDCP are no longer a novelty as vendors up the stakes by introducing HDMI outputs to appeal next generation HTPC users. MSI's new GeForce 7600 GS card is the latest to receive some HDMI goodness.
ATI's Radeon X1950 PRO has come in all shapes and sizes, due to the many different cooling solutions implemented by the many vendors. MSI too has a cooler to call its own, but the rest of its RX1950PRO-T2D256E is as standard as the reference card. How would it stack against the overclocked competition then?