NVIDIA is launching another video card based off the ever popular G92 GPU this morning! The GeForce 8800 GTS 512 MB is the latest video card in the NVIDIA line-up and is available in the $299-$349 price range. The new GeForce 8800 GT 512MB video card has 128 stream processors, support for PCI Express 2.0, dual-link HDCP support, and the second-generation PureVideo HD engine!
There is no doubt about it, the GeForce 8800 GT is the fastest selling card that NVIDIA has ever produced. The GeForce 8800 GT 512MB video card series fills the $199-$259 price points, but what about those that want to spend less and still have all the same features? NVIDIA didn’t forget about you guys and has just recently released the GeForce 8800 GT 256MB video card that is aimed at the $179-$199 price points. Will cutting the memory in half ruin performance or create a budget killer?
Last month, Legit Reviews benchmarked a pair of Radeon HD 3850’s on the day they were launched, but didn’t have a pair of Radeon HD 3870’s to include in the article. We have now received a pair of ATI Radeon 3870 graphics cards to test and compare to all the other cards we have on the test bench. Read on to see how the ATI Radeon HD 3870 does as a single card and in CrossFire on recent game titles like Bioshock, Crysis and Call of Duty 4!
Legit Reviews has published several articles covering the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT video card series, but today we bring you our first article on a production card from the folks over at XFX. The XFX GeForce 8800 GT 512MB video card has improved cooling and higher core clock frequencies than the reference design, so things should get interesting. Read on to see how the changes impact the card.
Did you wake up this morning with a strange feeling? Now that AMD has released the ATI Radeon HD 3800 series to the praise of many critics and review sites the marketing wars between ATI and NVIDIA can once again begin! AMD has shown off their upcoming R680 core for the first time and we bring you the very first pictures of the Radeon HD 3870 X2! Check this out!
The ATI Radeon HD 3800 graphics card series is the much anticipated new line of graphics cards by AMD. The ATI Radeon HD 38XX series are the first graphics cards in the world to support DirectX 10.1 capabilities and plug-and-play ATI CrossFireX multi-GPU upgradeability. Read on as we test a pair of Radeon HD 3850 graphics cards!
There have been so many leaks before the launch of the Radeon HD 3800 series that it comes at no suprise that NVIDIA is counter attacking just the day before the launch. It seems that NVIDIA will be releasing a 256MB version of the GeForce 8800 GT later this month and it will be priced between $179-$199 if all goes as planned. Read on to see what this new card will offer.
Last week we brought you a preview of the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT and today we bring you the numbers as we have a card in our hands. After putting the GeForce 8800 GT through eight benchmarks and power consumption testing the results are clear. The GeForce 8800 GT graphics card is priced right and performs better than more expensive graphics cards. Read on as we compare it to six leading graphics cards from ATI and NVIDIA.
NVIDIA has brought together the shading power of the GeForce 8800 with the enhanced texturing and video features of the GeForce 8600 and launched the GeForce 8800 GT graphics card today. The GeForce 8800 GT is also the world’s first consumer GPU to support PCI Express 2.0! Read on to see what the GeForce 8800 GT is all about in this preview!
Over the weekend a RV670 DX10.1 whitepaper was leaked on an ATI fan site that spilled some of the secrets of the upcoming ATI Radeon HD 3800 series. It might be a little strange that it happened just before NVIDIA launched their GeForce 8800 GT, but it’s no real shocker in this industry. Read on to check out the DirectX 10.1 whitepaper!
The ASUS EN8600GTS video card features 256MB of memory, a core clock of 675MHz and a memory frequency of 2.0GHz. With features like these, this GeForce 8600 GTS graphics card is able to easily play current game titles without putting a big dent in your wallet. With prices starting at just $165 the ASUS EN8600GTS video card is main stream, but is it enough for you? Read on to find out!
NVIDIA recently released Forceware 163.44 beta that offer improved support for the game BioShock and we take a look at them to see if performance really improved since previous drivers. Using the full retail version of BioShock we benchmark the game using FRAPS on Forceware 158.18, 162.22 and 163.44 drivers on an XFX GeForce 8800 Ultra graphics card and found that these drivers offer significant frame rate increases!
AMD recently launched ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT, 2600 Pro and 2600 XT Video Cards and today Legit Reviews looks at their performance on DX9 games, which happens to be what the majority of gamers are still playing. With prices on the Radeon HD 2400 XT starting at $79.99 these cards are aimed at entry level and mainstream users. Read on to see how these three cards do against 30 other top leading PCIe graphics cards.
Do you have an HDTV, but not made the move to High Definition media player? With Blu-ray and HD DVD players decreasing in price we recently picked up an Xbox 360 HD DVD player to use in conjunction with out Home Theater Personal Computer (HTPC). Since our HTPC uses the ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT video card we can run an HDMI cable for true 1080p with a player that is less than $200! If you’ve been curious about moving to HD and have a HTPC this article should peak your interest!