All Product Articles tagged ‘galaxy’
In our final installment of our Computex 2011, we cover Aiptek, Aten, AzureWave, Gainward, Palit, Galaxy, Seasonic, Silicon Power, Vantec, VIA and ZiiLabs. And of course, we'll wrap up our coverage with our yearly spread of Computex booth babes.
Thanks to its compelling performance and attractive price, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti has been favorably received by gamers thus far. And today, we are checking out three more customized, factory overclocked editions from Galaxy, Gigabyte and MSI.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the first serious competitor to the Apple iPad, so will its smaller size, different Android operating system and phone capabilities pose a challenge? We find out.
NVIDIA is expanding their Fermi lineup with the GeForce GTS 450. Targeted squarely at mainstream and casual gamers alike, NVIDIA says it'll offer unparalleled performance for its price. We take four retail custom edition cards from Galaxy, MSI, Palit and Sparkle for a spin to see if this is the SKU that everyone's been waiting for.
The Galaxy GeForce GTX 470 GC Version is the first GeForce GTX 470 we've received that sports a customized cooler and is factory-overclocked. We put it through rounds of strenuous testing to see what it's made of.
The Galaxy GeForce GTX 260+ Razor Edition is unique because it is the world's only single slot GeForce GTX 260+ graphics card. We see if it manages to keep its cool.
NVIDIA's GTX 200 class cards require some serious gear to keep them cool. Galaxy has gone the whole nine yards and has stacked a large triple-fan cooler from Artic Cooling on top of their GeForce GTX 285 card to ensure it is undoubtedly the coolest of its class. We find out if it really works or if it's all bling.