Review The Evil Within 2 Review
The Evil Within 2 is a safe yet considerably improved sequel.
The Evil Within 2 is a safe yet considerably improved sequel.
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Nvidia yet again beats its own records with the new fastest GPU on the block.
New Titan is overclocked GTX 780 Ti with 6GB of RAM and full double-precision performance.
Mysterious YouTube video alludes to something Nvidia's been working on for two years.
Nvidia goes after the low-end again with the GeFrorce GTX 550 Ti 1GB. Is it a sub-£100 wonder?
Galaxy subsidiary KFA2 announces a unique dual GPU graphics card with a white PCB.
Five heatpipes and two fans Twin Frozr II cooler to tame GeForce GTX 465
Nvidia GeForce GTX 465 is already available to buy on US retailer, Newegg.com
COMPUTEX 09: We cunningly got a shot of the latest single PCB GeForce GTX 295 at EVGA.
COMPUTEX 09: Fed up of your Nvidia GTX 200-Series squealing while you game? MSI has solved the problem!
Nvidia describes Intel's claims about Core i7's gaming performance as "disingenuous", and advises PC gamers to build a Core 2 Duo SLI rig instead.
We've got the low down on the new Radeon HD 4890 and GeForce GTX 275 cards from ATI and Nvidia, so you know what upgrade to get. Do you grab either of the latest bad boys or are the older cards a better punt for your pound? Read on to find out.
Nvidia is rumoured to be working on a new version of its dual-GPU GeForce GTX 295 card, which will feature a single PCB, rather than two.
Nvidia shrinks the PCB used by the GeForce 9800 GTX+ and calls it a new graphics card.
Nvidia reportedly has plans to rebadge the GeForce 9800 GTX+ as the GeForce GTS 250
BFG adds its spice to the GeForce GTX 285 and has created one of the fastest graphics cards we've ever tested. The GeForce GTX 285 OCX boasts impressive clock speed increases and promises a whole lot more - but will it live up to expectations?
Nvidia launched its 55nm update to the GeForce GTX 280 at CES and we're now able to disclose how that card performs. The new Nvidia GeForce GTX 285 boasts higher clock speeds and lower power consumption, but is the price right? Let's find out.
Following its unveiling at CES, Nvidia has released the GeForce GTX 285 graphics card today. We'll have our review online soon.
CES 2009: This morning, Leadtek has pre-announced Nvidia's GeForce GTX 285, ahead of its official unveiling next week.
We're back with a full, unrestricted and in-depth review of the new Nvidia GeForce GTX 295. We also test Quad SLI for the third time, comparing it against quad CrossFire to see if the ultra-high end has a new performance leader. Read on to find out what happened next...
Over the past few days, we've been playing around with Nvidia's next high-end graphics card, the GeForce GTX 295. We have an early look at how it performs ahead of its launch at CES in January.
The last few weeks have been full of blood, sweat and BIOS revisions in the bit-tech benchmarking sweatshop. We've been feverishly putting our new Core i7-based graphics card test systems together and now we're here to report how the graphics landscape is reforming itself.
Nvidia has dropped the price on its GeForce GTX 260 216-based parts - the first of these price drops has made it into the channel.
Zotac's GeForce GTX 260 AMP²! Edition is a pumped up version of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 260+, which features 216 stream processors. We have a look at how the card performs against the competition to find out where the best value lies.
The Radeon HD 4800 series has been on a roll ever since its release. It not only won the hearts and minds of enthusiasts, but it also made Nvidia re-think its pricing structure. We take a look at AMD's ATI Radeon HD 4870 1GB to see if AMD can put even more pressure on Nvidia's product lineup.
Nvidia has quietly introduced a new GeForce GTX 260 with an increased stream processor count that is destined to confuse customers. We take a look at BFG Tech's new GeForce GTX 260 OCX Maxcore to find out whether the additional stream processors help improve performance.
Nvidia has finally released drivers enabling PhysX and CUDA support for GeForce 8,9 and GTX series graphics cards.
We dive into the world of pre-overclocked cards and check out BFG's OCX and Asus' TOP GeForce GTX 280s and an AMP!'d GeForce GTX 260 from Zotac. Are they worth the extra cash for a bit more umpf? We found out.
With less than a month since launch and for the second time, Nvidia has dropped the price of its GTX 280, 260 and 9800 GTX+
We've tested no less than 11 cards over 450 tests: Nvidia GeForce GTX 280, GTX 260, 9800 GX2, 9800 GTX, 9800 GTX+, 8800 GT and AMD Radeon HD 4870, 4850, 3870 X2 and 3870; to find out what Summer 2008's definitive graphics upgrade should be!
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.
There's a new "AMD 4850 killer" in town from Nvidia - the new 9800 GTX+ (plus) uses a die shrunk 55nm G92.
The GeForce 9800 GTX launched back at the start of April and today we look at one of the highest-clocked partner cards on the market. BFG Tech's GeForce 9800 GTX OCX comes with an impressive 755MHz core speed and a shader clock of almost 1,900MHz - is that enough for the card to win us over?
Nvidia has released the GeForce 9800 GTX today. Is this the next GPU to break the performance barriers down and make its way into masses upon masses of gamers' systems like the GeForce 8800 GTX did... Or is it one to forget about for the time being? Read on to find out...
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.
We preview the BlastFlow Siberian which is not your usual waterblock, this one has a Modular design that lets you upgrade cheaply and quickly on any GPU. Not only that but it performs better than the competition too!
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.
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.
Have you seen the issues with some of the latest hardware releases? Brett Thomas takes a look at the industry's recent "batteries not included" stance, and wonders...do we all have ADD or something?
CEBIT 2007: BFGTech didn't have much to show on the graphics card front, but it had a rather awesome custom-built Vadim PC on its stand.