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Rick looks back at id-software's most controversial game.
BFG Tech has made the surprise announcement that it is to leave the graphics card market completely.
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 controversial PC Gaming Alliance has got a fleet of new members, including GameTap and BFG.
Made by popular graphics card company BFG, the MX550 might provide some modular competition to the OCZ ModXStream Pro, Corsair VX550W and HX520W power supplies. We dive in to find out if it's any good.
CeBIT 09: Kobalt's new Blade chassis feature's four of CoolIT's latest TEC powered Elite water-chillers.
BFG adds its spice to the GeForce GTX 285 and has created one of the fastest graphics cards we've ever tested. The GeForce GTX 285 OCX boasts impressive clock speed increases and promises a whole lot more - but will it live up to expectations?
Nvidia has quietly introduced a new GeForce GTX 260 with an increased stream processor count that is destined to confuse customers. We take a look at BFG Tech's new GeForce GTX 260 OCX Maxcore to find out whether the additional stream processors help improve performance.
We dive into the world of pre-overclocked cards and check out BFG's OCX and Asus' TOP GeForce GTX 280s and an AMP!'d GeForce GTX 260 from Zotac. Are they worth the extra cash for a bit more umpf? We found out.
BFG is more a name associated with graphics cards, rather than power supplies, however the company has teamed up with industry expert, JonnyGuru, to create something that really might surprise you.
BFG Tech has released versions of the popular 8800 GT and 9600 GT with a difference: a completely redesigned cooling solution. We find out how effective it is, and how much more performance BFG has squeezed out of these mid range boards.
The GeForce 9800 GTX launched back at the start of April and today we look at one of the highest-clocked partner cards on the market. BFG Tech's GeForce 9800 GTX OCX comes with an impressive 755MHz core speed and a shader clock of almost 1,900MHz - is that enough for the card to win us over?
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...
BFG Tech has announced its Trade Up programme for its North American customers. The offer will be extended to Europe soon.
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...
We round up this year's CeBIT tradeshow looking at the best of those that didn't make our news feed last week. We've got products from Akasa, Asus, BFGTech, CoolIT, Cooler Master, Corsair, Gigabyte, Lian Li, MSI, OCZ, Seasonic, Tagan, Zalman and more!
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.
Nvidia is announcing a new GeForce 8800 GTS today, this time with 512MB of on-board memory. Unlike other GeForce 8800 GTS cards, this one is based on Nvidia's 65nm G92 graphics chip. So without further ado, let's have a look at how this stacks up against the competition.
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.
BFGTech's GeForce 8600 GTS OC2 ThermoIntelligence card makes some bold marketing claims. We put them to the test while also comparing both single and SLI configurations to a selection of contenders for your hard-earned cash.
We take CellFactor: Revolution, the showcase for Ageia's PhysX physics processing card, out for a spin to see how it handles.
CEBIT 2007: BFGTech didn't have much to show on the graphics card front, but it had a rather awesome custom-built Vadim PC on its stand.
Yesterday, NVIDIA launched its third addition to the GeForce 8800 family at a more affordable price point. We have a look at three different GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB cards from BFGTech, EVGA and MSI to find out if this cheaper 8800 GTS is as good as its older brother.
The GeForce 8800 GTS is the more affordable member of NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 family, but there's more to it than a simple clock speed reduction. Despite the cut down feature set, we reckon it's a better buy than the flagship GeForce 8800 GTX. Read on to find out why...
Amidst the GeForce 8800 GTX launch mayhem, BFG Tech and Danger Den collectively announced the world's first watercooled GeForce 8800 GTX.
Launching today is ATI's newest mid-range card, the Radeon X1950 Pro, designed to take on the likes of NVIDIA's 7900 GS in the sub £150 mainstream gamer market. We put Sapphire's retail X1950 Pro through our gruelling real-world gaming benchmarks - could this be the new mid-range king?
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.
The 3D Fuzion brand is run by the guys behind BFG Technologies - it focuses on offering products at attractive price points. We have a look at the 3D Fuzion GeForce 7600 GS and find out what it's all about.
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...
Leadtek's WinFast PX7600 GT TDH comes clocked at NVIDIA's reference clocks, but it is far from being another reference design. Amongst other things, the noisy cooler that plagued all other GeForce 7600 GT's has been addressed.
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.
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.
Following last week's launch of AGEIA's PhysX PPU, ASUS has announced they will be manufacturing a 256MB version. No one yet knows of the difference over BFG's 128MB PPU card.
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...
Shopping for a mid-range card? ATI and NVIDIA both have new cards out in the £150 price bracket. We put them up against a couple of other price-conscious moguls - last season's high-end, the Radeon X850XT and GeForce 6800 GS.
Last week, NVIDIA launched the GeForce 7900 GTX, GeForce 7900 GT and GeForce 7600 GT. We've managed to round up a selection of GeForce 7900 GTX's from some of NVIDIA's board partners. Does it live up to expectations? We have all of the answers inside...
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.
Want more in-game performance but can't afford the upgrade to PCI-Express? Released today is the GeForce 7800 GS AGP - the fastest AGP card ever! Once again, BFG is offering guaranteed overclocked cards, and we test their 400 / 1250MHz beast.