VIDEO CARDS

April 27th, 2009

ATI Radeon HD 4770 512MB GDDR5 Review

ATI seems to be releasing cards on an almost monthly basis but today marks yet another new direction for the graphics card world: the move the 40nm. With their new HD 4770, ATI is hoping to capture the attention of gamers everywhere with a $100 card that packs some serious gaming muscle.


April 16th, 2009

Gigabyte Radeon HD 4850 1GB Passive Review

Within the last year or so, Gigabyte has moved their graphics card production to more and more custom models. In this review we take a look at Gigabyte’s new HD 4850 1GB which is not only one of the few 1GB HD 4850 cards on the market but is also passively cooled with a unique [...]


April 8th, 2009

BFG 9800 GT 512MB ThermoIntelligence Passive Review

Powerful cards are always fun to review but once in a while, it is good to take a break from bleeding edge performance to see what else is out there. In this review we take a look at an interesting partnership between BFG and Thermalright who have produced the 9800 GT 512MB ThermoIntelligence passively cooled [...]


April 1st, 2009

Nvidia GeForce GTX 275 896MB Review

Nvidia always has a trick up their sleeves so when ATI announced their HD 4890 1GB, we just knew something would be coming from the boys in green. Enter the GTX 275 896MB. What does this card have to offer? We find out in this review.


April 1st, 2009

Sapphire Radeon HD 4890 1GB Review

ATI’s fans have long been asking for the next evolution of the 4800-series and their wait is finally over. Today marks the official release of the new HD 4890; a card that is supposed to take on some of the best Nvidia has to offer. In this review we look at the Sapphire card and [...]


February 26th, 2009

Sapphire HD 4670 Ultimate 512MB Passive Video Card Review

We haven’t see much of Sapphire here on HWC but when they came to us offering a new passively cooled HD 4670 card, our interests were piqued. Their Ultimate version combines all of the features one would expect of a great HTPC card along with the potential of some respectable gaming muscle.


January 25th, 2009

Palit Revolution 700 Deluxe Video Card Review

It has been a while since we last looked at an ATI-based card but we are back with a bang and the new Palit Revolution 700 Deluxe. This custom-built card is based off of the beastly HD 4870 X2 and carries with it a massive heatsink and a bit of pre-overclocked goodness for good measure. [...]


January 20th, 2009

BFG GTX 285 OCX 1GB Video Card Review

With the Nvidia GTX 285 going through the usual motions of launch we thought it was time to post yet another review of this card. This time we will be looking at BFG’s GTX 285 OCX which is currently the highest-clocked GTX 285 available.


January 15th, 2009

EVGA GeForce GTX 285 1GB SSC Edition Review

It seems like Nvidia is going full throttle these days with the implementation of their new 55nm cards. Today we take a look at the evolution of the GTX 280 into the higher clocked, 55nm GTX 285. In this case EVGA sent us their GTX 285 SSC Edition which carries with it some pretty impressive [...]


January 10th, 2009

EVGA GTX 295 1792MB GDDR3 Video Card Review

The ultra high end has been the sole property of ATI for several months now but Nvidia has launched the card they hope will dethrone it: the GTX 295. In this review we will be looking and the stock-clocked EVGA GTX 295 in all its glory. Can it compete where other products have failed?