VIDEO CARDS

July 7th, 2014

The NVIDIA TITAN Z Performance Review

NVIDIA’s TITAN Z was launched without much fanfare but drew both admiration and derision from gamers due to its steep price tag. But how does it actually perform in games? We find out.


June 25th, 2014

PowerColor Devil 13 R9 290X Dual Core Review

PowerColor’s Devil 13 seems to do the impossible: take a pair of R9 290X cores, stick them onto a single PCB and air cool them. Have they been successful? We find out.


June 16th, 2014

ASUS GTX 780 Ti Matrix Platinum Review

ASUS’s GTX 780 Ti Matrix Platinum Edition which is an engineering tour de force with a myriad of advanced features and a suitably spectacular price that is specifically targeted towards overclocker.


May 28th, 2014

NVIDIA’s GTX TITAN Z; GK110 Squared

Today NVIDIA launches their GTX TITAN Z, a dual GK110 card sporting 12GB of memory and an eye-popping price of $3000. Despite being targeted at CUDA developers it still has some serious gaming chops


May 26th, 2014

Sapphire R9 290 Vapor-X OC Review

Sapphire’s R9 290 Vapor-X OC is not only one of the highest-clocked R9 290 cards around but it also boasts some of the highest overclocking headroom we’ve come across in a long time.


April 21st, 2014

AMD Expands Never Settle Game Bundles

AMD is expanding their Never Settle Forever free game bundles with the addition of all current R-series Radeon GPUs.  They have also added games like Thief and the upcoming Murdered: Soul Suspect.


April 16th, 2014

NVIDIA 337.50 Driver Performance Review

Last week, NVIDIA rolled out their new 337.50 beta driver which promises huge performance increases, particularly for SLI setups.  We go in-depth and reveal its potential.


April 8th, 2014

AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Performance Review

Based on the Hawaii architecture, the R9 295X2 is billed as the fastest graphics card on the planet and with a pair of Hawaii cores at its heart, greatness is certainly within reach.


March 20th, 2014

DirectX 12 Detailed With DX11 GPU Compatibility

Microsoft has taken the covers off of their DirectX 12 API and it features several surprises. Among them, backwards compatibility with DX11 GPUs.


March 17th, 2014

XFX R9 290 Double Dissipation Review

XFX’s R9 290 Double Dissipation may not be the fastest R9 290 on the block but it’s certainly one of the best looking.