Monday, November 25, 2013
- 10:03 pm | Sapphire Releases Performance Boost for AMD Radeon R9 290 Graphics Cards. New BIOS Gives Greater Headroom for Enthusiasts
Friday, November 22, 2013
- 7:14 pm | AMD Mantle Adopted by Another Leading Game Developer. Rebellion Entertainment Joins AMD Mantle Family
Thursday, November 21, 2013
- 10:00 pm | AMD Radeon R9 290 Can Be Easily Transformed into R9 290X – Report [UPDATED]. How to Make AMD Radeon R290X Out Of R9 290? Easily!
Monday, November 18, 2013
- 9:17 pm | Nvidia Introduces Tesla K40 12GB Accelerator for Supercomputing and Big Data Analytics. Nvidia Tesla K40 Doubles Memory of Its Predecessor, Enabling New Categories of Accelerated Applications
- 8:48 am | Vesuvius Set to Strike: Dual-Chip Radeon R9 290X “Hawaii” in the Works. AMD Readies New Dual-Chip Flagship Graphics Card
Today we are going to review two graphics cards on Nvidia GPUs that offer a great combination of features alongside with far not the reference design.
We’re testing two custom-made Radeon HD 6970s with 2 gigabytes of graphics memory that have unique coolers, pre-overclocked frequencies and some other just as exciting properties!
Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 is a smart compromise for those who are no longer satisfied with the GeForce GTX 560 Ti, but at the same time are not ready to spend $500 on a GeForce GTX 580. Today we are going to discuss three models of this graphics accelerator from different makers: Asus, Gigabyte and Palit.
Each of us at least once in our lives thought while driving a car or even operating a kitchen appliance: imagine how good it could be if it had more power. Now let’s move to the world of computer electronics: are you happy with your Radeon HD 6970? This is a truly respectful product, but is it powerful enough to deliver you the performance you need? And what if we added a Radeon HD 6990 to that? Read our review to find out!
The new generation of AMD and Nvidia graphics cards is already here, but how well will they withstand the competition from discrete multi-GPU solutions? Today we are going to use a GeForce GTX 580 SLI tandem to answer this question.
DirectX 11 API is already quite a mature piece of software that has been with us for a couple of years. Unfortunately for end-users its actual implementation in real life applications has been slow. But recently Blizzard has officially released its World of Warcraft: Cataclysm 4.1 Patch, which should attract just that bit more attention to this. Read on to find out why.
Today we are going to investigate the performance, overclocking potential, temperature mode and noise levels of a new solution positioned between the old Radeon HD 5770 and the new Radeon HD 6850.
Today we are going to take a look at one of the most highly anticipated ??? titles of 2011 - Crysis 2 First-Person Shooter video game. The predecessor is still the benchmark to beat even for the latest AMD Radeon HD 6990 and Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 dreadnoughts and the second part is expected to raise the performance bar even higher
According to Nvidia’s classification, GeForce GTX 560 Ti is a “hunter”. Today we are going to meet an entire squad of hunters from different manufacturers: EVGA, MSI, Palit and Zotac. Which one is going to be the best?
Nvidia, the founder of the multi-card configuration concept, has been standing by the advantages of this approach for many years. In reality, “3dfx’s heritage” is a blessing for some and a curse for others. So, how are things with GeForce GTX 550 Titanium SLI configuration? Let’s find out!
Radeon HD 6950 was initially released only in one modification with 2 GB of video memory. However, in the competition against GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMD decided to roll out a more affordable model with 1 GB of memory onboard. Today we are going to review a graphics card like that from PowerColor.
GeForce GTX 550 Ti launched without much fuss and fireworks, but it is the mainstream solutions that usually find their way into our computer systems. Please meet our first candidate – MSI N550GTX-Ti Cyclone OC!
We are benchmarking two top-of-the-line solutions from AMD and Nvidia to see who’s the king of the hill now.
We have already learned that in some cases Radeon HD 6870 may even compete successfully against GeForce GTX 560 Ti and Radeon HD 6950. Today we are going to talk about two new graphics cards on AMD Barts GPU.
There has been the same undisputed leader in the graphics cards market for almost eighteen months now. As with many good things, they all must come to an end or at least step aside in order to give way to the new generation. Sticking to its ‘premium products are of dual chip design’ dogma, AMD has just released its latest dreadnought – Radeon HD 6990.
In our today’s article we are going to learn which of these multi-processor technologies provides maximum performance gain compared with a single graphics accelerator and what obstacles the users may face in either case.
As we know, Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 managed to successfully replace the previous flagship solution – GeForce GTX 480. But will it be able to compete against the new leader at least with factory overclocking in place? Let’s find out in our new review of two new graphics cards from Gainward and Zotac.
Sandy Bridge processors made a significant step forward in terms of computational performance compared with the previous generation products. However, they boast one more peculiarity, which we haven’t touched upon so far – the new integrated graphics core from Intel HD Graphics family. Our today’s article will dwell on the performance of this unit and its multimedia functionality.
As you know, GeForce GTX 560 Ti proved to be faster in most gaming tests than its direct competitor, Radeon HD 6870. But the latter hasn’t yet said its final word. Today we are going to see ASUS HD 6870 DirectCU fighting against GeForce GTX 560 Ti for the ultimate win.
The arrival of a new mainstream Nvidia core, GF114, posed a very interesting question: how well will this product perform in SLI mode? Since we‘ve got a pair of graphics cards like that on our hands, we decided to check it out.