Nvidia boasts of record revenue
But warns the crypto gravy train is leaking.
No need to rebrand, it promises.
Unless you're a miner, anyway.
IDF FALL 07: Intel says it will propel integrated graphics performance by a factor of ten by 2010. Will this be enough to take on Fusion?
IDF FALL 07: Otellini talks briefly about Larrabee's capabilities during his keynote.
Both Nvidia and AMD will continue to support the AGP interface, despite the fact that PCI-Express 2.0 is days away and AGP is over three years out of date.
Following on from our BioShock review, we dive deep into Rapture for a look at the gameplay differences between the PC and X360 versions. We then look at the game's graphics under DX9 and DX10 before evaluating performance on a range of graphics cards and CPUs.
Reports are surfacing that the new Falcon chipsets for the Xbox 360 are now being shipped but that only the CPU is changed to 65nm.
XFX gets all pornographic on us with its pre-overclocked GeForce 8600 GT 620M XXX Edition. Is this an XXX worth looking at, or is it just another B-grade Blue movie to avoid? Read on as we find out...
AMD and Nvidia both released new drivers for BioShock last night. They are said to fix compatibility issues between previous drivers and the game, and are therefore a recommended update.
Last week we gave the Radeon HD 2600 XT GDDR4 a fairly rough ride. This week we're back with another Radeon HD 2600 XT from HIS, although this time the card uses GDDR3 memory. Read on to find out how it got on...
Today we pit AMD's ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT GDDR4 against Nvidia's closest rival, the GeForce 8600 GT. We compare the two cards to six others in a selection of game tests along with analysing HD video playback and power consumption. Read on to find out how they got on...
So, there are apparently no faulty HD 2000-series Radeon graphics cards on the loose and no one knows why there was such a fuss in the first place?!
Microsoft has released two Windows Vista updates that address compatibility, performance, and reliability problems.
The Kworld PlusTV card could be the one stop solution for all our TV viewing needs, but first it has to survive our comprehensive reviewing course. Beware - Judge Judy within!
AMD has semi-publicly demonstrated the world's first GPU with native DisplayPort support at VESA's PlugTest event in California.
AMD has revealed that there was a fault in some of its HD 2000-series qualification software, leading to faulty cards appearing in the market.
AMD is going for a modular system when making its CPUs in the future, with new cores named "Bulldozer" and "Bobcat".
AMD's next-generation R7xx series GPUs will support DisplayPort and there looks to be more surprises on AMD's roadmaps too...
John Carmack has spoken out on the subject of dedicated physics cards and it's not good news for Ageia.
New kid on the block Zotac recently sent us its current flagship GeForce 8800 GTX AMP! Edition card. We run it through the bit-tech gauntlet to find out if it's a force to be reckoned with.
Matrox has entered the digital era with the TripleHead2Go, as it now comes complete with DVI ports and more. We find out if three-way is the way to go.
AMD has announced the arrival of the ATI Radeon HD 2600 and Radeon HD 2400 series graphics cards today.
At Computex, we learned that Nvidia and its partners were planning to lower the GeForce 8800 Ultra's price. We have a look at XFX's 8800 Ultra 650M Extreme, which comes complete with a price drop, to find out if the GeForce 8800 Ultra can actually represent good value for money...
COMPUTEX 2007: Zotac is the latest vendor to turn up and start manufacturing Nvidia graphics cards. We have a look at what it was showing off at Computex.
COMPUTEX 2007: HIS is showing off what it claims to be the world's first DirectX 10 compliant AGP graphics card.
COMPUTEX 2007: With AMD's RD790 chipset closer than you think, Gigabyte (among others) expects it to launch soon with quad CrossFire not far behind.
COMPUTEX 2007: Sapphire was showing off its next generation dual-GPU graphics card based on a pair of ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT graphics processors.
Today, we have a look at the first of a couple of pre-overclocked GeForce 8800 Ultras to grace our labs. There's no question that EVGA's e-GeForce 8800 Ultra Superclocked is one of the fastest cards we've ever tested, but is it worth buying?