VIDEO CARDS

February 18th, 2014

GTX 750 Ti Review; NVIDIA’s Maxwell Arrives

The GTX 750 Ti not only represents a move to better compete against AMD’s R7 260X but it also includes the first implementation of NVIDIA’s Maxwell architecture.  Combining great performance and awesome efficiency, there’s a lot to be excited about here.


February 13th, 2014

AMD Radeon R7 265 Review

AMD’s R7 265 is meant to reside in the space between the R7 260X and R9 270, though performance is closer to its R9 sibling. Could this make it a perfect budget friendly graphics card?


February 4th, 2014

GIGABYTE R9 290X WindForce OC Review

GIGABYTE’s R9 290X WindForce OC combines everything we could possibly want in a GPU: a great heatsink, high end performance and absolute silence.


January 29th, 2014

With Catalyst 14.1, AMD Unleashes Mantle

With the release of the Catalyst 14.1 Beta, we’re about to see the first Mantle libraries packaged into a beta driver alongside plenty of other improvements.


January 28th, 2014

XFX Radeon R9 290X Double Dissipation Review

XFX’s R9 290X Double Dissipation Edition aims to improve on AMD’s reference design in every way possible by providing excellent cooling and performance.


January 22nd, 2014

Sapphire R9 290 4GB TRI-X OC Review

Sapphire’s R9 290 TRI-X OC seems to have it all: better performance, a great heatsink design and higher clock speeds. But with a $100 premium, is it really worth $600?


December 17th, 2013

ASUS R9 290X DirectCU II OC Review

Custom R9 290X cards are on their way and one of the first available will be ASUS’ R9 290X DirectCU II OC.  This is the review many of you have been waiting for.


December 5th, 2013

GIGABYTE GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition Review

The GHz Edition moniker is typically used for AMD cards but in this case, GIGABYTE is porting it to the GTX 780 Ti.  The end result is nothing short of spectacular.


November 24th, 2013

EVGA GTX 780 Ti SC ACX Review

NVIDIA’s GTX 780 Ti is currently the fastest single core graphics card on the market and EVGA’s Superclock takes it to the next level, providing cooler temperatures and much higher performance.


November 12th, 2013

AMD Radeon R9 270 2GB Review

At just $179, the R9 270 makes no qualms about its intended target:  the GTX 660.  The only potential roadblock to this card’s greatness is AMD’s own R9 270X.