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We take a look at CableMod's replacement PSU cable kit
We take a look at CableMod's replacement PSU cable kit
We finally get our hands on the R9 280, a rework of the HD 7950 Boost with a new low price
Type 1 Bravo the first in a new range.
We put eight 720-750W PSUs through their paces to separate the champs from the chumps.
Ideal for that Eyefinity setup, XFX has made its own three-screen monitor stand.
XFX will provide a warranty for its HD 6990 4GB cards, even if the the overclock switch is enabled.
We see if XFX's first stab at a Radeon HD 6850 card is up to scratch
Nvidia has risked the ire of its hardware partners by selling own-brand cards in Best Buy.
XFX attempt to push a HD 5870 as far as it will got to to try and topple the GTX 480
We're here at CeBIT in Germany to see all the hardware, gizmos and gadgets you will be buying in the next few months. Check out Asus' new £1,000 graphics card, a 4GB card from XFX, more Fermi details and new cases from Antec and a mecha-spider PC from Lian Li.
We grab a dozen of the latest 600-700W PSU products, strap them to the test machine and put them through their paces. With all your favourite brands tested, who is worth buying for your next upgrade?
WIth its custom Vapor-X cooling and 2GB of memory strapped to a blue PCB, does Sapphire's latest Radeon HD 4890 have the extra grunt and overclocking power to make us want to buy?
The Radeon HD 4770 might boast 40nm technology and an £80 price tag, but can it batter modern games into submission? We put XFX's HD 4770 to the test against some of its nearest rivals to see if it really is the mid range king it claims to be.
We take another look at affordable graphics, this time with XFX's GeForce 9800 GT 512MB XXX edition. Fitted with a custom cooler and packing increased clocks on the core, shader and memory, we find out how it compares with the competiton.
XFX is now an official AMD partner and will produce ATI graphics cards starting from early 2009. The company will also remain an Nvidia partner as well.
XFX recently introduced a new, supercharged 9600 GSO to combat AMD's assault on the mainstream market with the recently-launched Radeon HD 4670. We have a look at the XFX GeForce 9600 GSO 680M XXX Edition to find out how it compares in a market where value for money is everything.
We look at XFX's Nvidia nForce 790i Ultra SLI motherboard to find out if it offers that much more than Intel's X48 or even its own nForce 780i SLI. Do higher prices automatically get you more performance? The answers are inside.
Nvidia has launched its ultra powerful, ultra expensive "enthusiast" DDR3 chipset - nForce 790i Ultra SLI is here! We dive into the technology behind it in this first look to see what all the fuss is about.
Nvidia has launched its GeForce 9800 GX2 graphics card today - we have a look at XFX's model to see whether Nvidia can make a dual-GPU card that everyone wants to own. Read on to find out whether it delivers...
We've already taken a first look at the nForce 780i SLI reference design, but how does it perform? Does PCI-Express 2.0 add much and is it an improvement over the nForce 680i SLI? We test single card and SLI to find out.
XFX debuts its GeForce 8800 GT 256MB - it's just like the 8800 GT 512MB, but with less memory!
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...
Last weekend we popped over to i31 to have a look at see what's going on. Here's a run down of what we found: case mods, ghetto aircon, manufacturers, food and drink to keep you going and Cooler Master using Tim's vertical hacking skillz to great effect.
The latest P30 BIOS for Nvidia's nForce 680i SLI chipset claims to offer a whole host of performance and overclocking improvements, so does it give a new lease of life to an ageing chipset?
We take Intel's Core 2 Quad Q6600 for a spin on two motherboards to find out if it could be the next Athlon XP 2500+. Read on to find out how we got on...
XFX is another Nvidia graphics board partner that has joined the motherboard market with an enthusiast-orientated nForce 680i SLI motherboard. We check it out to see if it's worth buying instead of the Inno3D and EVGA boards already on the market.
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...
CEBIT 2007: XFX was showing off an unreleased nForce 680i SLI LT motherboard on its stand today. We can't give you many details on the chipset, but you can look at pretty pictures.
Are you looking to upgrade to a GeForce 8800-series card in the future, but don't know where to start? We round up a selection of GeForce 8800-series cards that have turned up in the bit-tech offices over the last month or so.
XFX has announced the world's first overclocked GeForce 8800-series video cards, with XXX versions of both GeForce 8800 GTX and 8800 GTS. Availability should follow very shortly.
Today we have a look at Inno3D's GeForce 7950 GT. It comes complete with a factory fitted Zalman cooler and everything else you'd expect to get from a GeForce 7950 GT. However, is it enough to tempt away from waiting for the first DirectX 10 hardware?
We have a look at six different GeForce 7900 GS cards from BFG Tech, EVGA, Galaxy, Inno3D, Point Of View and XFX. We evaluate the real-world performance delivered by these cards and compare it to ATI's Radeon X1900GT and X1800GTO.
Today, NVIDIA is launching a new high-end video card as an update to the GeForce 7900 GT. We check out XFX's pre-overclocked and silent GeForce 7950 GT 570M Extreme, evaluating real-world performance against the reference GeForce 7950 GT and ATI's Radeon X1900XT 512MB to find out which one is worth your money.
Today, NVIDIA has announced official support for Quad SLI in the build-it-yourself market using a pair of GeForce 7950 GX2's. We have spent a couple of weeks using the new drivers - read on find out how far we got this time...
In the market for a dual-GPU setup but don't fancy two separate cards? We break out the geek pr0n and get down and dirty with five (count 'em) 7950 GX2 cards from NVIDIA's partners.
In a bid to outperform the X1900 XTX, NVIDIA is launching a new board, the 7950 GX2, which it claims offers the fastest 'single-card' performance.
ATI has replaced Radeon X1800XT with a new member of the X1900 family: Radeon X1900GT. We test full retail cards from both Connect3D and Sapphire against the best value cards from NVIDIA, GeForce 7800 GT and 7900 GT. Who will be the new price-performance champ?
Looking for a system upgrade? The 7900 GT is hitting a pretty good pricepoint at the moment for the amount of performance on offer. We put two of the top enthusiasts brands head to head to see which is worth your money.
Not content with having just the 7600 GT, NVIDIA is stepping up with yet another variant in its GeForce 7-series of products - we have the details.
Availability isn't quite as good as it could be, but it's not as bad as we first thought. The situation tells us that NVIDIA's partners are selling the cards by the bucket load, or NVIDIA is having yield issues with G71...
NVIDIA has responded to ATI's X1900XTX by releasing the GeForce 7900 GTX today, sporting 512MB of memory and clock speeds up to 700 / 1800MHz. Also new today are the 7900 GT and mid-range 7600 GT. Details inside.