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How does refreshed Polaris stack up?
Pushing RTX 2070 to the max. (For £600.)
Can this £1,100 GPU show the Founders Edition what's what?
Can this entry level RTX 2070 bring value for money to the RTX family?
Sean Maloney took to the stage for the first of the two afternoon keynotes on IDF Day One. He showed the first demo of a working Larrabee chip and, frankly, the outcome wasn't as we'd hoped...
Following his absence last year, Paul Otellini returned to the limelight with the opening keynote at this year's Intel Developer Forum. We take a look at what was announced.
Batmobile? Oh that. Yes, we can see why you might think that but it's actually ATI's new Radeon HD 5870 1GB graphics card. The new model is based on the company's next generation Cypress GPU, but is it worth snapping one up right way? To the Batmobile!
Asus has done what Nvidia couldn't, and paired two full-speed GeForce GTX 285 GPUs on one card. The GTX 295 uses two under-clocked GTX 275 GPUs, so the Mars should be the fasest graphics card on the planet (for a little while, at least).
With a new generation of DirectX 11 graphics cards just around the corner, we take a look at the fastest cards currently on the market to decide which card from this generation has emerged victorious. Hold onto your shaders - this one's going to be bumpy!
Could Batman: Arkham Asylum possibly be as good as everyone has been saying?
If a stock GTX 285 just isn't enough then Asus has released an ROG graphics card. Standing next to motherboards such as the Maximus, Rampage and Crosshair, the Matrix GTX285 promisses enhanced overclocking and has duely been put through its paces in our lab.
MSI has applied its lightning technology to the GTX275. We've put it through its paces to see if it can add more pizazz to the equation than the MSI NGTX260 we looked at in July.
After something a full ATX motherboard with integrated graphics that doesn't break the bank? The Asus M4A785TD-V Evo is based on AMD's new 785G chipset, and also has 128MB of DDR3 sideport memory.
Galaxy is an Nvidia partner that's been cranking out graphics cards in the States for years. With a plan to move to the UK in the pipeline, we got in their GeForce GTS 250 1GB to take a look at the approaches the company takes to making its products stand out from the crowd.
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?
In the first of a regular series of articles looking at the giants of the tech industry, we focus on Nvidia - it's had a torrid time over the past 18 months, but in the past, it's always come back stronger when under pressure, so what does the future hold this time for Nvidia?
Nvidia has redesigned the GeForce GTX 295, squeezing both GT200b GPUs onto a single PCB and completely replacing the card's cooler. We find out if the the GTX 295 directors cut is any faster or cooler than it's dual PCB predecessor, and whether it's more worthy of it's top end price tag.
Richard has never played any of the Monkey Island games before, so seeing as Lucasarts has just released a graphical remake of the original game we thought we'd remedy that. Is Monkey Island still a genre-defining classic by today's standards?
Inno3D have taken Nvidia's GTX 275 and combined it with a huge 12" long custom cooler to create its latest iChill graphics card. Does the beast of a cooler lead to an equally beasty performance boost? We ease this footlong monster into our testing rig and find out.
Sporting a Watercool Heatkiller GPU-X² full cover waterblock, MSI's GTX 285 HydroGen looks stunning. However we're more interested in whether it can keep Nvidia's fastest single core GPU cool.
Yes, we're reviewing a GeForce GTX 260, but this is no ordinary SKU. Armed with a custom cooler, front panel overclocking tool and redesigned power circuitry, this is one of the best GTX 260s on the market. We find out if the premium you pay for extra trimmings is a worthwhile one.
Gigabyte has taken the GeForce GTS 250 and kitted it out with double the usual memory and an impressive looking quad heatpipe powered custom cooler. We take a look to see if the result is customised perfection or more pimped out Nova.
By running the Folding@home software you can contribute to the world's largest supercomputer and help medical research. You can fold on CPUs, GPUs and under almost any OS going. Our guides will show you how to make the most of your hardware.
It’s the most powerful supercomputer on the planet - a worldwide network of PCs dedicated to researching the mysteries of protein folding. With Folding@Home, running software on your PC could help to provide therapies for diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s.
Asus brings something unique to the crowded graphics market with it's take on AMD's Radeon HD 4890. Using the included software you're able to manually alter the card's core voltage, allowing for some serious overclocking. Volt modded overclocks made easy? We find out.
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.
Sapphire has broken the 1GHz core barrier with its latest card, the Radeon HD 4890 Atomic. Does the monster overclock lead to some equally monster performance scores, or is this simply a PR barrier ATI is playing up to be bigger than it really is? We grab the testing gear and find out.
After being impressed by the AMD's new ATI Radeon 4770 HD 512MB graphics card, we're taking a look at our first partner design from Gigabyte. At £88 it's more expensive than both the reference design and other models on the market, so we take a look at what we get for our extra few quid.
AMD has released the ATI Radeon HD 4770 this morning and it's based on the world's first 40nm GPU. It comes in at around £85 (inc. VAT) and AMD believes it will disrupt the mid-range market in quite emphatic fashion. Does it succeed? Read on to find out...
With its latest graphics card, the GTX 275, Nvidia seems to be onto a winner, and board partner Palit is getting in on the action with a custom cooled, custom PCB version of the GTX 275 that sells for a bargain price tag. Is it too good to be true? We find out!