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June 22nd, 2011

EVGA GeForce GTX 580 3GB Review

In the last few months it has seemed like custom GTX 580 cards are being launched at a nearly breakneck space.   Amid the hoopla surrounding some high profile launches from MSI, Gigabyte and ASUS, EVGA silently introduced their own “upgraded” GTX 580 which sports 3GB of GDDR5.  While it shuns higher clock speeds and [...]

November 17th, 2009

EVGA Announces GeForce GT 240 Video Card

EVGA is proud to announce the EVGA GT 240 graphics solution. This card surpasses the demands of tomorrow’s digital world today with picture-perfect photos, vibrant videos and great games like Borderlands, WoW, Sims 2 and Darkest of Days. GPU Accelerated Flash means flawless HD videos on websites like YouTube and Hulu with the new GPU-accelerated [...]

October 7th, 2009

EVGA Releases Precision 1.8.1 and GPU Voltage Tuner 1.1.2.2

EVGA has updated two of its very popular GPU tools for overclocking their cards. Both Precision and GPU Voltage Tuner received update for additional support of new graphics cards and a few new features. EVGA Precision Overclocking Utility allows you to fine tune your EVGA graphics card for the maximum performance possible, with Core/Shader/Memory clock tuning, [...]

August 14th, 2009

XFX Releases HD 4650 AGP Graphics Card

Despite not being included on motherboards for nearly 5 years, AGP is still not ready to go the way of the dodo. XFX has joined with other ATI manufacturer’s in producing the HD 4650, a mid-range video card that still uses the legacy bus. The card is identical in spec to the PCI Express version, [...]

July 21st, 2009

Mushkin Looks to Produce ATI Graphics Cards

A few weeks ago, word hit the wire that Mushkin was prepping to release NVIDIA based graphics cards. Well as it turns out, the company plans to dip into both ends of the pool and appears to be scheduling to also debut ATI based GPUs. While full details are not available, the company did allude [...]

July 7th, 2009

Sapphire Gets Green with Enviromentally Friendly Packaging

Sapphire Technology, supplier of AMD/ATI based graphics products is aware of the increasing awareness of the impact of excess packaging on the environment, and has an ongoing programme to play its part in conservation.   In another industry first for Sapphire the company is now introducing paper pulp trays as the inner packaging for graphics cards. [...]

June 9th, 2009

EVGA – A Graphics Solution For The Mac User Too!

EVGA, a leading graphics solution provider has finally released a product that will make Mac users worldwide rejoice. The GTX 285 Mac Edition! Announced in late April, it turns out the rumours are true; EVGA has finally released the GTX 285 Mac Edition graphics card, which currently is the top end of the GPU spectrum [...]

May 28th, 2009

PowerColor introduces New Low Cost PCS HD4730 GPU

TUL Corporation (PowerColor), a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, announces a new addition to HD4700 series: the PCS HD4730. The latest PCS HD4730 has 640 streaming processors, clocks at 700MHz core and 900MHz memory respectively, with the fastest ever GDDR5 memory, it supports up to 3.6Gbps data rates. This offers an unbeatable gaming performance [...]

May 27th, 2009

AMD/ATI to expand GPU Lineup in 2009 with Three New Cores

Competition has always been feirce between nVidia and ATI, and this past year, despite the economic downturn, has been no exception. ATI released their Radeon R700 (HD4000) series video cards nearly a year ago in June 2008, and  a few months ago, added a new flagship single GPU card, the Radeon HD4890. More recently detailss surfaced [...]