Nvidia reveals RTX 2000 series
$499 for RTX 2070, $699 for RTX 2080, $999 for RTX 2080 Ti.
$499 for RTX 2070, $699 for RTX 2080, $999 for RTX 2080 Ti.
Could be ready for Nvidia's GeForce RTX.
Heading to Sony's machines next year.
A £40 graphics card? Surely that's as useful as a chocolate teapot? We take a look at AMD's latest and cheapest Radeon from the HD 5000 series, the HD5450, see how it stacks up against integrated graphics and find out in what situations it might be a great buy.
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...
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
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 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...
We look at BFG Tech's GeForce 9600 GT OC 512MB graphics card to see if it offers enough to entice users away from some of the great deals that can be found in the performance mainstream market. Does it manage to succeed in a very competitive segment? Let's find out...
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.
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...
We have a look at BFG Tech's GeForce 8800 GTS OC 512MB card to find out if the post-Christmas price drops make the 8800 GTS 512MB a more attractive proposition than it was at launch. We also have a sneak peek at the company's latest watercooled edition card.
Just a couple of short weeks ago, Nvidia launched the GeForce 8800 GT and many hailed it as one of the best mid-range graphics cards ever released. We have a look at BFG Tech's GeForce 8800 GT OC to find out if it is worth the premium over a stock-clocked 8800 GT.
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?
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.
Details of Sapphire's upcoming Radeon X1800GTO² has appeared on the web. It's based on the now discontinued R520 graphics processing unit with a 512MB frame buffer.
Alienware is back with another top-end system designed for those with plenty of dosh in their pockets. How does it rate against other contenders in the enthusiast PC arena?
With the X1900 series of cards out, X1800 cards are coming down in price. We have a GeCube card here today, which overclocks decently. However, can it compete with the X1900 series on value? We investigate.
ATI has reclaimed the performance crown today with the launch of X1900XT and X1900XTX. In a surprise move, both are in stock in stores around the world already.
ATI have reclaimed the performance crown today with the launch of Radeon X1900XT and X1900XTX. We pitched it against the NVIDIA 7800 GTX 512MB and the results were impressive. In short, it's fast. Very fast.
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.
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.
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?
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.
Sapphire's implementation of the ATI Radeon X1800XT is now available at Ebuyer with a pretty good price. Grab one while you can, there's only 30 in stock.
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.
Early indications sugggest that Connect3D will be the first of ATI's board partners to ship Radeon X1800XT's in the UK, starting on November 2nd.
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...
Looking for a completely silent gaming system? Need a video card? How much memory do you need on a high-end video card these days? We have a look at GECUBE's Radeon X800 XL 512MB SilentCool Edition and investigate whether 'more is better'. Find out inside...
Club3D's new 512MB XL sports some damn fast memory - making it a good choice for overclockers.
Nvidia and ATI have been talking about their plans to kit out their high-end, and not-so-high-end graphics cards with an outrageous 512MB of memory.
We get an exclusive look at the XFX 512MB GeForce 6800 Ultra SLI
A quick pictorial featuring Gainward's CoolFX 512Mb GeForce 6800 Ultra SLI