AMD has announced the mainstream Radeon HD 4000 series - today, we look at the ATI Radeon HD 4670, the fastest of the new cards, to find out how it stacks up against the competition. Will AMD conquer the mainstream like it did the enthusiast sector? Let's find out...
We've seen the benchmarks and how ATI has comeback from nowhere to reclaim the mainstream performance crown, but what's behind this sudden change that makes the new HD 4000-series so compelling? We dive deep down inside to find out.
AMD has launched its latest high-end graphics card with a clear goal: to take the performance crown back from Nvidia. Does the ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 succeed and achieve great things, or is there still a long road ahead for AMD? Read on to find out...
Nvidia's GT200 GPU arrived just a few days ago - we dive deep into the architecture to find out what's changed inside the chip. We take a look at the GeForce GTX 280's performance, while also looking at GPU computing--and CUDA in particular--to see how things are progressing in that space.
AMD and Nvidia are battling against each other again in what could prove to be one of the great wars in the 3D graphics industry.
Qimonda confirms it has started shipping GDDR5 memory for AMD’s next-generation "R700" family of graphics processors.
Asus is a company that likes to innovate and its EAH3870 X2 1GB is a great example of innovation. We find out how the Radeon HD 3870 X2 has changed over the last few months - does it still have a place in the market now that Nvidia has released the GeForce 9800 series?
Yes, that's an X3 - three Radeon HD 3850s on a single PCB with watercooling as standard. We've got plenty of pics inside too!
HIS is a company that is renowned for its innovative take on ATI's graphics cards - the company has often taken an average card and made it into a good card. Today we have a look at its Radeon HD 3850 IceQ 3 TurboX 512MB to see if it can turn a great card into a must-buy.
With so many great products in the £100 to £150 price range, there's never been a better time to buy a performance mainstream graphics card... or has there? Tim Smalley mulls over the ups and downs of having lots products to choose from.
We take six of today's performance mainstream graphics cards and put them through a gauntlet of tests to work out where the best value for money lies. We come out with a number of interesting findings, but will they answer all of our questions, or create more? Read on to find out...
Nvidia has announced the GeForce 9600 GT today. Based on the G94 GPU, it's designed to hit a mainstream pricepoint of around £120 - will the retailers meet that price and, more importantly, will it perform well enough against some stiff competition? Read on to find out.
PowerColor decided to throw the Radeon HD 3850's reference design out of the window when it came up with its HD 3850 Xtreme PCS 512MB graphics card. Is a decent factory overclock, a new cooler and an interesting display output choice enough to win us over? Let's find out...
Microsoft has announced that Windows Vista Service Pack 1 has been released to manufacturing. It'll be available via Windows Update mid-March.
Sapphire decided that it wasn't happy with the Radeon HD 3870's standard cooler and decided to make something better. The fruits of that labour are shown in full force on its HD 3870 512MB Atomic. Read on to out how it gets on!
AMD has launched its first high-end graphics card since the Radeon X1950 XTX. We put the Radeon HD 3870 X2 through its paces in six of today's hottest games to find out if AMD is once again competitive at the high end.
This morning, AMD announced the Radeon HD 3870 X2 - the company's first true high-end graphics card since the Radeon X1950 XTX.
This morning, AMD announced three new additions to its Radeon HD 3000 series: the HD 3450, HD 3470 and HD 3650. We have a look over what new features these cards bring to market, and also point out what isn't quite so new.
Today we have a look at one of the first factory overclocked Radeon HD 3870s to land at bit-HQ. At a similar price to a stock-clocked GeForce 8800 GT 512MB, could the Asus EAH3870 TOP make for a more attractive purchase? Let's find out...
Nvidia is gearing up to launch another GeForce 8800 graphics card—the GeForce 8800 GS 384MB—in the very near future if rumours are true.
Nvidia is announcing availability of a driver that enables 3-way SLI on its nForce 680i SLI motherboards today. This isn't something for everyone and Nvidia doesn't hide away from this fact, but are the gremlins of Quad-SLI about to be washed down the drain? Let's take a look...
Nvidia is announcing a new GeForce 8800 GTS today, this time with 512MB of on-board memory. Unlike other GeForce 8800 GTS cards, this one is based on Nvidia's 65nm G92 graphics chip. So without further ado, let's have a look at how this stacks up against the competition.
AMD reached its lowest share price for more than four years last week and, as a result, its market value dropped to US$5 billion - that's less than it paid for ATI.
We have a look at Sapphire's Radeon HD 3870 to find out if it continues in the same direction as the impressive Radeon HD 3870 reference card. We also check out how well the card overclocks too -- could this be the card to buy in the run up to Christmas?
Sources inside Taiwanese graphics card manufacturers have revealed that Nvidia is planning to launch new high-end products as early as next February.
Last week, I spent some time with AMD in Warsaw, Poland with the intention of finding out what's going on inside the newly-crowned platform company. The three elements that make up the Spider's web were the talk of the town, but I left somewhat disappointed.
AMD has this morning announced the ATI Radeon HD 3800 series of graphics cards. We've got the details here and there'll be much more to follow in our architectural review.
AMD's next-gen Radeon HD 3850 and HD 3870 graphics cards are already on pre-order at prices that hope to spoil Nvidia's 8800 GT party.
Earlier this week, AMD announced the ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT. We've spent the last few weeks familiarising ourselves with the architecture behind the hardware. Join us as we find out whether R600 was worth the wait -- single card and CrossFire testing included.
NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 is already here, Vista hits today, and the first DirectX 10 games aren't far away. We take an in-depth look at what DX10 adds to the gaming and graphical experience, from geometry shaders to resources to render targets. Can DX9 continue to cut it? We find out.