Sparkle may not be the first manufacturer that comes to mind if you’re considering a new video card from Team Green, but the company is hoping its GeForce GTX 275 series can score it some mindshare in the sub-$250 segment. It’s been a few months since the first wave of GTX 275 and ATI 4890 cards hit the market, and more mature drivers may shed a different light on relative performance.
With Microsoft Windows 7 set to be released in October 2009, rumors are flying rampant in the video card industry as DirectX 11 graphics card will also be launching at the same time. Read on to see one of the first white papers on DirectX 11 released by AMD.
By running applications on the GPU rather than entirely on the CPU, it has been found to reduce the time required to perform computer intensive tasks. Read on to see if either GeForce 9800 GTX+ or a Radeon HD 4770 is quicker for video conversion on Cyberlink’s MediaShow Espresso application.
The ATI Radeon 4770 video card can be found today for $94.99 after rebate, which makes it a great value. If you bought a pair of these cards and ran them in CrossFire you’d be out ~$190, which isn’t a bad price considering what you get and how well they overclock. Will a pair of Radeon HD 4770 video cards in CrossFire be enough to beat the Radeon HD 4890 OC and GeForce GTX 275? Read on to find out!
AMD launched the World’s first 40nm graphics card this week and many are wondering how well the ATI Radeon HD 4770 video card overclocks. Read on to see how this $99 graphics card does when pushed to the limits with RivaTuner v2.24 and benchmarked with the new highest stable clock frequencies.
AMD is launching the World’s first 40nm graphics card today with the introduction of the ATI Radeon HD 4770. With such a small die size, it means that AMD can fit more dies per wafer and reduce costs. AMD expects that the Radeon HD 4770 should sell for $109 with an available rebate of $10, which brings the final price into the uber sexy sub-$100 category.
One video card bug that has bothered me for months can be found in S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Clear Sky and it can only be found on AMD Radeon HD graphics cards. Have you ever wondered if you are actually seeing all the details in games that you purchase? Read on to see what we are talking about!
AMD and NVIDIA usually do not launch graphics cards on the same day, but today is a new day and that is exactly what has happened. AMD is announcing the Radeon HD 4890 graphics card, which is powered RV790 GPU, and arch rival NVIDIA is releasing the GeForce GTX 275 graphics card.
Today I have something special for everyone! I’ve spent the past couple of weeks playing with one of the NVIDIA Ion reference platforms and get to bring you my thoughts on this new innovative platform. Read on to see how the NVIDIA Ion does when it comes to 1080P movie playback, gaming and much more!
The PaLiT GeForce GTX 260 Sonic 216 SP is factory overclocked to give gamers the ultimate gaming and home entertaining experience. With the latest 55nm GPU powering this NVIDIA GeForce GTX Core 216 graphics card it should be interesting to see the power savings and temperature decrease versus a standard 65nm version of the same card.
The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 graphics card offers 10% greater performance than the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 and has improved power consumption numbers and overclocking. That is because this card is based on the new 55nm G200b core! Both the PNY and XFX GeForce GTX 285 graphics cards have some serious packed in under the hood, so read on to see how they do against a GeForce GTX 280 graphics card.
This morning at the Cebit tradeshow, NVIDIA announced the new GeForce GTS 250 1GB graphics card. As many of you know, the GeForce GTS 250 1GB is an update to the highly popular GeForce 9800 GTX+ graphics card. What many thought was just a re-launch of the GeForce 9800 GTX+ graphics card isn’t quite the full story.
Today Legit Reviews looks at the new Sapphire Radeon HD 4850 X2 which features 1600 Stream processors, 2GB of GDDR3 memory running at 993MHz and two GPU’s clocked at 625MHz! Sapphire is the only manufacturer to produce and sell the 4850 X2 which competes directly against NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX280. How will the Radeon 4850 X2 do compared to comparably priced GeForce GTX 200 series? Read on and find out.
NVIDIA’s claims about game compatibility are completely false Shortly after I wrote my article about the NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision Bundle came the usual small flood reader of e-mails asking detailed questions about the product or what my experience was like in specific games and lighting conditions. One of the e-mails came from Neil Schneider …more