Armed with a faster dual core processor, we take a deeper look at the performance of the ATI Radeon X1900 video cards. We take the fastest enthusiast video cards from ATI and nVidia and benchmark them on the leading game titles and 3DMark05/3DMark06 to show you where your hard earned money should be spent.
With the launch of ATI’s X1900 series we see the first series of graphics cards to feature 48 pixel shaders and over 380 million transistors. The new X1900XTX, X1900XT, and X1900 CrossFire are also available for sale today, which might as well be another first for the video card industry! Read on to see how the ATI X1900 compares to the nVIdia 7800GTX 512!
Today we look at ATIs second generation of multi-GPU systems, the X1800 CrossFire and compare it to Nvidias SLI. We test both the ATI X1800XT and the X1800XL with the ATI X1800 CrossFire master card and see how they perform against a couple of overclocked BFG Tech nVidia 7800GT’s in SLI mode. Read on to see how they do!
While the ATI X1800 XL is a very fast video card by today’s standards there is always need for more speed and that leads to overclocking. Today we overclock an X1800 XL with the goal of catching up with the higher priced X1800 XT video card. Read on to see how our overclocking trial went.
Today we are taking a look at the latest and greatest video cards that ATI has to offer. We benchmark five of today’s most played games and give you the results to see what card performs at your desired level of performance. We also toss in some nVidia GeForce 6 and GeForce 7 series cards to give you the big picture. Read on to see which ATI card fits your budget and needs.
The GeForce 7800 GTX video card at $450 is priced out of the budget for a single video card, let alone two of these premium cards. The 7800GT on the other hand is priced just right at around $360. With widespread availability and unparalleled performance, the 7800GT is sure to be the most popular card on the market.
nVidia’s goal with the Turbo Cache was to bring the latest generation of graphics to the entry level market. Using new PCI-Express technology nVidia attempts to make change the entry level market forever. Today we look at Albatron’s TC6200Q and see how these sub $100 cards do in testing! You will be amazed at what this little card can do.
Now that the high end ATI cards are finally showing up on the market en masse, Legit Reviews takes a look at Sapphire?s X850 XT video card. LR tests the X850 XT in a variety of configurations against a pair of XFX 6600GT SLI mode on the ever popular DFI NF4 SLI-DR Athlon 64 motherboard.
Last week I brought you my thoughts on the ABIT RX600 video card for PCI-E systems. During the testing phase of that review I used an XFX 6600GT video card for comparison and while the RX600 showed to be a decent card for people looking to transition to PCI-E systems while on a budget, the XFX stole the show by simply crushing the RX600 across the board.
The ABIT RX600 Pro-GURU was the first card from ABIT that featured vGURU technology. Today we take a look at this card and see how it performs and give the vGURU software a test drive. It looks like vGURU is going to be a feature on many of ABIT’s upcoming cards, so we better get used to it!
With the release of numerous new Gaming titles like Doom III and Half-Life 2, we return to our video card stock pile, find the HIS X600 XT and decide to take it through our gauntlet of benchmarks. With a challenge from ASUS’ AGP 9600XT, the HIS PCI-E card shows what it could do in your new system!
Introduction: To follow up our Albatron FX5900 XTV review, we bring you the 5900XT solution from Gainward — which comes with a little different punch. The Albatron card came to us with default GFFX 5900XT speeds. However, the Gainward Ultra solution we are looking at today comes with overclocked core and memory speeds, which …more
Introduction With the recent release of the GeForce 6 Series on April 13th, we must not forget the cards whose prices will drop. According to this Digitimes.com article, “Nvidia is offering discounts of 10%-20% to graphics card makers, with the goal of clearing out several million graphics processing units (GPUs) from inventory before the end …more