Asus is bringing its DirectCU II cooling technology to mid-range cards, with the R7 265 the first card to feature this technology in this segment.
The R7 250X is AMD’s answer to the Nvidia GTX 750 and 750 Ti, and will be available for around $100.
Pictures of Galaxy or Palit branded add-in-boards appear online along with details on clock speeds.
Sapphire’s AMD’s FirePro cards are not only much more affordable to similar offerings from Nvidia, but are also faster, according to a new slew of benchmark tests.
Can Gigabyte’s take on the Radeon R9 290x correct the imperfections of the reference design?
A Finnish retailer has listed the GTX Titan Black edition for a staggering $1330 (€974.90).
Nvidia’s next card may launch in February for around $200.
Nvidia is readying an even faster variant of the GTX Titan that is based on the GK110 core.
The R7 260 1GD5 OC is a sub-$200 video card that can handle 3D and 4K resolution gaming.
The Poseidon GTX 780 is based on Nvidia’s GTX 780, and comes with a hybrid cooling solution that lets you use a liquid cooling solution or the standard on-board fans.
The R9 290X and R9 290 come with Asus’ DirectCU II custom cooling technology that allows the cards to run three times quieter.
Flexible cooling options and a nearly silent fan give this card an edge, but the GPU itself is slightly underwhelming.
MSI launches tweaked versions of the R9 290X and R9 290 video cards with higher clocks and a custom cooling solution.
MSI has taken the reference GTX780 Ti design and tweaked it even further. The result is the GTX 780Ti Gaming 3G.
NVIDIA releases GeForce 331.82 WHQL drivers, optimized for ‘Assassin’s Creed IV’ and ‘Need For Speed Rivals’
NVIDIA has released GeForce driver version 331.82, bearing certification from Microsoft’s Windows Hardware Quality Labs.
Asus’ latest video card combines two Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 GPUs in a single unit and offers a 39 percent faster gaming performance than the GTX Titan.
AMD makes a caveat on bundle promise in emails to the press.
Is there a clear winner or loser of this year’s GPU war?
Nvidia has created a powerful beast, but its competitiveness is challenged by AMD’s R290X.
VR-Zone reviews AMD’s Radeon R290.