Asus shows off ROG Strix RTX 2080
Amazon pushes users to Twitch Turbo.
In the wake of Nvidia's GeForce 8600-series launch, the talk of the town in old Taipei has now switched to AMD's mid-range products...
We look at another barbeque... err, I mean, a passively cooled graphics card from Inno3D's iChiLL range. DirectX 10 cards are looming, but does Inno3D do enough to tempt you in the meantime? Read on to find out.
A legend before it even hits the shelves, GCS's S.T.A.L.K.E.R. goes on sale this week. Can it possibly live up to the hype and the myth behind its oft-delayed release? Can it take the FPS/RPG genre and do something worth playing?
Vista finally supports all the technologies that Nvidia graphics cards have to offer with the new beta drivers released on Friday. How do they work? We take a look...
Have you installed Vista yet? Are you annoyed at some of the support? Brett Thomas sure is, but this one isn't something he blames on Microsoft. Read on to find out why he's not enjoying the view. UPDATED with comments from NVIDIA.
We check out a new 7950 notebook from Rock and put it to the test - can we play Company of Heroes all Christmas on it?
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?
This sub-£200 card is a reduced memory version of the full-fat card we saw earlier this year. It goes toe-to-toe with the 7950 GT - can it prove its muscle in our game test suite?
EVGA has superclocked NVIDIA's recently announced GeForce 7950 GT. It looks like the e-GeForce 7950 GT KO Superclocked is the fastest 7950 GT out there.
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.
NVIDIA adds the GeForce 7900 GS and GeForce 7950 GT to its product lineup. We explain why there's no bit-tech review today.
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...
NVIDIA has released a beta driver enabling Quad SLI with a pair of the recently-released GeForce 7950 GX2's.
Part II of the Multi-GPU World Tour involves the selection of ATI and NVIDIA GPUs for Entry Level ($1000 US / £650 GBP), Enthusiast ($2000 US / £1300 GBP) and Bleeding Edge (unlimited) price brackets. Read on to find out what choices were made, and why.
ATI's upcoming R600 graphics processing unit is rumoured to be a great DirectX 9 performer. This makes sense because there will be very few DirectX 10 games when it launches.
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.
COMPUTEX 2006: Downloadable Quad SLI drivers may well be longer than we first thought. It is likely to be at least two months before Quad SLI hits the channel.
Yesterday, NVIDIA launched the GeForce 7950 GX2 - billed as the fastest available single card solution on the market. It features a pair of G71 GPUs, a 1GB frame buffer, a HDCP crypto-ROM and it all fits into a single PCI-Express x16 slot. How does it stack up against 7900 GT SLI, 7900 GTX and X1900XTX?