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The GeForce GTX 470 was launched along side the GeForce GTX 480 and is positioned by NVIDIA as the high-end 'value' proposition buy. We put it through its paces to find out if it can really challenge ATI's established Radeon HD 5800 series.
The GeForce GTX 480 is the undisputed fastest GPU in the world, but how would two in a SLI configuration perform? Check out our performance analysis to find out.
After a long, long wait, Fermi is finally here in the form of the GeForce GTX 480. We put the card through its paces to see how it matches against ATI's finest, how much faster is it compared to its predecessor.
Rounding up the Evergreen series are the new Radeon HD 5450 and HD 5570. We pit them against NVIDIA's budget offerings - the GeForce GT 240 and GT 220 - to see which offers more bang for buck.
The NVIDIA Ion has been famous for enabling the gaming and multimedia aspects to the typical netbook. Its successor, the Ion 2 as it's fondly referred to, will soon be upon us. The new Ion has morphed into a GPU-only component and we give you the breakdown on what to expect of it.
The ATI Radeon HD 5770 might be a bit of a disappointment when we first reviewed it, but it's still a mighty competent mid to high-end graphics card. Vendors are now coming up with their own customized designs and we've two fine examples from MSI and PowerColor to do battle.
The MSI R5870 Lightning is the latest addition to MSI's line of extreme, hardcore-only Lightning edition of graphics cards. It is fitted with military-class materials that are supposed to better withstand the strains of overclocking. We ride the lightning to find out just how good it is.
ATI's new Radeon HD 5670 promises to bring affordable DirectX 11 gaming to the masses. So today we take a look at six of the newest offerings from the biggest names. ASUS, Gigabyte, HIS, MSI, PowerColor, and Sapphire, have all been summoned to our mainstream battle royale!
If you've been holding back on an Evergreen series graphics card because prices are simply too exorbitant, it's time to rejoice, for ATI is bolstering the ranks of its Evergreen line-up with the first sub US$100 DirectX 11 compatible card - the Radeon HD 5670.
2009 heralded the rise of 3D movies, and if you want the same immersive experience on your desktop, you only need to look to NVIDIA. To that end, we are taking a look at some of the most powerful GeForce GTX 285 cards money can buy to power your 3D gaming rig. Join us as we find out which is best.