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The boss rush game comes to Nintendo's Switch. Is it any good?
Hardware translation just that efficient.
Announced today, NVIDIA have launched a new SLI chipset for Intel, the XE. It's set to bring SLI performance to mid-range Intel motherboards.
This machine utilises the latest chip from AMD, and comes configured with two 7800 GTX cards in SLI, each with 512MB of memory. 1GB of graphics RAM, 2GB of system RAM, 1TB of storage and two processor cores - do the numbers add up to the price tag? We find out.
Seeing all those CES 2006 news items zoom by on the right hand side? Stay up to date with the latest happenings from Las Vegas with our handy index.
CES 2006: the MSI Geminium-Go! features two Go6600 MXM cards on one desktop PCI-E board in SLI. Even crazier is the idea that SLI is coming to a notebook near you.
CES 2006: NVIDIA is demonstrating H.264 and HD-DVD high definition acceleration using its GeForce 6 and 7 series of chips.
CES 2006: We have some spy shots of the internals of the Dell XPS 600 Renegade system that showcases NVIDIA's Quad SLI.
CES 2006: Dell and NVIDIA are showcasing the first Quad SLI PC at CES in Las Vegas. This baby comes with 2GB of system memory, 2GB of video memory, four GPUs and four logical execution threads inside the CPU, just to add insult to injury...
ASUS has announced its EN7800 GT TOP Silent. It should be available today and comes pre-overclocked. Details inside...
Excessive? Yes. Will enthusiasts buy this board because it's excessive? Probably, yes. A couple of layout flaws marr an otherwise excellent board - we go in depth to find out where this flies and where it falls.
Strengthening its mainboard chipset division, NVIDIA has added the Taiwanese southbridge designer to its own empire. Better nForce chipsets are to come, but how will this affect ATI?
Some funky new screenshots from the awesome-looking next-gen shooter. Also, some apparently finalised information about game types and weapons.
The X1800 XT OC is the latest weapon in the NVIDIA / ATI war of attrition. A little slower than the 7800 GTX 512MB, it is at least (at last?) available to buy.
Not long ago, ATI gave its partners the go-ahead on shipping overclocked versions of the recently-launched Radeon X1000-series. GECUBE looks set to intro a Radeon X1800XT 'Extreme Edition' that comes with a 700MHz core speed.
Komplett has jumped the gun on the launch of GeForce 6800 GS AGP. It looks like the card will be launched next week. There are no firm details on clock speeds just yet, but we expect it to be clocked at the same speeds as the PCI-Express version.
Looking for a PCI-Express video card for around £80? We might have just what you're looking for right here. We find out how XFX's GeForce 6600 DDR2 and MSI's Radeon X1300 Pro 256MB match up against each other, and also find out how good GeForce 6600 DDR2 SLI is.
Today, Rich Swinburne puts ABIT's AN8-SLI motherboard through our battery of tests. Is it the ideal nForce4 SLI solution for Athlon 64 with a competitive price under £100? We have the answers right here...
Stuck with a single monitor output on your notebook? This handy little gizmo can double your screen real estate in an instant, and can even be used as part of a three-display setup. Ever the PowerBook road-warrior, Wil Harris finds out if this can really alter the notebook-using experience.
A report on The Inquirer suggests that NVIDIA has no problems shipping G70 GPUs at 550MHz+. It seems like they're having supply issues with the memory chips at the moment - the 144-pin Samsung 1.1ns GDDR3 hasn't been in production for long.
An internal presentation made by ATI's marketing department made its way on to the web earlier this week. The INQUIRER has set up a duel for the two graphics heavyweights. Will they accept the challenge?
Today, we have a look at ECS' reasonably priced KN1 SLI Extreme. Is it worth your money over competing NForce 4 SLI solutions from the big guns like ABIT, ASUS, DFI, Gigabyte and MSI? We have the answers right here.
The early rush for GeForce 7800 GTX 512 cards meant that NVIDIA and its board partners couldn't keep up with the demand for the fastest video card on the market. They were selling faster than a plate of hot cakes fresh out of the oven. More stock will arrive next week.
Today, NVIDIA are hard-launching GeForce 7800 GTX 512MB. Don't be fooled by the name though, there are some significant clock speed increases over the original 7800 GTX 256MB. Is it good enough to best the Radeon X1800XT 512MB? Read on to find out.
NVIDIA's GoForce 3D chips will provide 3D acceleration and multimedia capabilities to new phones from Motorola and Sony Ericsson.
Yesterday, NVIDIA announced the GeForce 6800 GS, offering very comparable performance to the GeForce 6800 GT for less money. There is already widespread availability and several retailers are selling the cards well under MSRP!
NVIDIA is retiring the 6800 GT and putting the GS in its place. It's cheaper and faster, or as fast, in most applications. What's not to like? We take a detailed look at the real-world performance of the GeForce 6800 GS.
It seems that ATI will manage to ship the X1800XT before they said they would after all. One US retailer is expecting a shipment to arrive in stock during the course of the day.
A Russian computer hardware enthusiast from Overclockers.ru forums has managed to get two GeForce 6600 GT's to operate in SLI mode on ASUS' P5WD2 Premium motherboard. Not all drivers work, though.
UPDATED: According to OcUK's video card product manager, NVIDIA will be launching the 512MB GeForce 7800 GTX on November 7th. Unfortunately, the statement has now been removed from OcUK's forums...
After yesterday's announcement from ASUS, NVIDIA have followed by revealing the specifications of GeForce Go 7300. It seems that ASUS are NVIDIA's only launch partner at the moment.
NVIDIA will release GeForce Go 7300 later this week, but it seems that the guys at ASUS wanted to be first to market with their new products. Details inside...
Is the stock GeForce 7800 GTX too slow for you? Tim Smalley takes two Extreme Edition cards from XFX and Leadtek and tests whether these highly strung cards are worth the extra price premium over the regular versions.
A competitor to the X1600 is announced, too. Details of NVIDIA's Dutch wranglings inside.
ABIT has announced their latest implementation of NVIDIA's NForce 4 SLI chipset: the AN8 32X, featuring two full-bandwidth PCI-Express x16 lanes.
Dell have announced their GeForce G0 7800 GTX notebook, the XPS M170, packing an obscene amount of power into a sub-4KG package. Is this the end of the gaming PC?
One of our forum members, RotoSequence, managed to grab a picture of DFI's new, improved LANParty UT nF4 SLI-DR Expert motherboard. We can't wait to get our hands on this one!
Leadtek have a new 7800 GT board which is dubbed 'Extreme'. It sports clocks speeds faster than the standard and a pretty good bundle. We take a look at the card, and see how it performs with the new 78.03 drivers that NVIDIA tell us will fix the texture shimmering issues we've seen previously.
It seems that ATI's current generation hardware can do some form of transparency Anti-Aliasing too...
NVIDIA are launching their 7800 GTX mobile part today. Evesham is one of the first manufacturers off the block with a notebook based around the chip. Nvidia claim that the mobile part is just as fast as the desktop 7800 GTX - could they possibly be right?
OK, it's 1:15PM, and I have to be in a meeting at 1:45. It's my turn to do a column, and I've left it until the last minute. Dagnabbit!
Our good friends at AMDZone have had the chance to run Foxconn's 6150K8MA-8EKRS through a few benchmarks, comparing the performance to a reference Radeon XPRESS 200 motherboard.
Corsair and ASUS have teamed up to bring the first implementation of NVIDIA's NForce 4 SLI X16 chipset and the first 2GB dual channel memory pack capable of operating at DDR437 (218MHz) with blistering timings of 2.0-3-2-6-1T.