VIDEO CARDS

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.


November 7th, 2013

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Performance Review

NVIDIA’s GTX 780 Ti is quite simply the fastest graphics card available and at $699 it is also one of the most expensive.  But for that price, you get TITAN-demolishing performance for hundreds less.


November 4th, 2013

AMD Radeon R9 290 4GB Review

The R9 290 is a rare card; it competes well against higher-priced NVIDIA and AMD offerings (including the mighty R9 290X) while selling for just $399.  Does that sound like a near-perfect approach?  You bet!


October 23rd, 2013

AMD Radeon R9 290X 4GB Review

AMD’s R9 290X 4GB is finally here. This card has been designed to compete directly against NVIDIA’s GTX 780 and TITAN but there’s one major surprise in this launch: a price of just $549.


October 9th, 2013

Will it Crossfire? R9 280X & HD 7970 Scaling

With the R9 280X using a Tahiti XT core, many have been wondering whether or not it could used in Crossfire with an older HD 7970.  In this quick article, we find out and come up with some surprising results.


October 7th, 2013

AMD Radeon R9 280X 3GB Review

AMD’s R9 280X is meant to target the “gamers’ sweet spot” at $299 and even though the existing Tahiti architecture runs at its heart, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better value.


October 7th, 2013

AMD Radeon R9 270X & R7 260X Review

The R9 270X and R7 260X may not have the prestige of AMD’s R9 280X but they offer an excellent combination of performance and price for gamers who are looking for a great mid-level GPU.