If you're looking at picking up one of AMD's fairly recently launched Radeon HD 7970, 7950 or 7770 graphics cards, but haven't gotten around to it yet, then we have good news for you. AMD has finally decided to lower its prices to a somewhat more affordable level, especially in the case of the two
An inevitable day has come as a part of the whole out with the old, in with the new regime as NVIDIA cease production of their previous generation top dog single GPU offering, the well regarded GeForce GTX 580.
We come close to AMD's top brass, and key industry watchers, right at AMD's home ground in hot, dry Austin, Texas. What did they say?
It's no secret that the GK104 originally started its life as a mainstream i.e. performance SKU, but not the high-end kind. Chip originally designated for GeForce GTX 670 Ti will get that name, albeit in a cut down shape.
China is enjoying increasing success with its own CPU developments, even though for now it is confined to the internal markets mostly. However, they are already undertaking the next step, and preparing to move into the GPU arena.
Even though AMD launched Radeon HD 7970 back in December 22, 2011, it took Sapphire months to perfect their completely custom design in order to create the ultimate HD 7970: Meet the new Sapphire Toxic HD 7970.
If you're itchin' to hook up your almighty GEFORCE GTX 680 (or two) to your existing waterloop, Koolance now has a decent looking block for you to consider. The company has just released its VID-NX680 water block to suit NVIDIA's current flagship card.
Despite the fact that Intel has been banging its drums about support for up to three displays on the upcoming 7-series motherboards in combination with a shiny new Ivy Bridge based CPU, this isn't likely to be the case. The simple reason behind this is that very few, if any motherboards will sport a pair
Following their entry into the AIB (add-in board) graphics card biz toward the end of last year, photos of a particularly interesting specimen from ZALMAN have leaked online ahead of launch; a HD 7950 based offering from the company which boldly shows non-reference attributes upon first glance.
Dawn, NVIDIA's beloved fairy who first made her appearance in a tech demo almost a decade ago will soon be making her return to coincide with Kepler. Dubbed "New Dawn", this will be the official tech demo for Kepler and is said to be more or less a retake of the original, only with the
Nvidia's first 'Kepler' generation GPU, the GK104-based GeForce GTX 680, is finally out officially. The benchmarks show high game performance, but is – compared to the old 'Fermi' at least – GPU compute performance pushed aside here?
There's no doubt that Nvidia's GeForce GTX 680 has proven itself to be a serious performance contender and although we don't know what Nvidia is planning below the GTX 680, the company did also announce its range of mobile GPU's alongside it. The GeForce 600M series will at least initially consist of 10 new GPU's,
After a long and turbulent few months filled with much speculation and deliberate misinformation, we finally have NVIDIA's belated response to the the 28nm AMD Southern Islands GPUs – the Geforce GTX 680 (current name, among former identities). In the first of many Keplers that we will be evaluating, we take a look at ASUS's
A day before GTX 680's official release, famed overclocker kIngpIn managed to hit a blistering 1842 MHz on the GTX 680 at EVGA's Taiwan R&D Center.
A little more substance has been provided to support the rumour of a $499 (ex. taxes) price tag on NVIDIA's GEFORCE GTX 680 thanks to an early listing on an MSI model by European retailer PC Components.
In what appears to be the real deal, an Nvidia marketing video has leaked just ahead of the GeForce GTX680 launch. The video details some of the new features we can expect to see, as well as it confirms the earlier leaks of what was said to be GTX680 cards.
Equipped with their brand new Twin Frozr IV cooling system and various other overclocking-oriented components, is the MSI R7970 Lightning the best graphics card that money can buy?
MSI certainly wasn't kidding anyone with all the marketing hype it ran with to put its Radeon R7970 Lightning graphics card up on a pedestal, as Swedish overclocking pro Elmor demonstrated when pairing up this lovely highly non-reference HD 7970 with liquid nitrogen cooling measures.
The first images of a retail GTX 680 have appeared online thanks to Overclock.net forum member "ironman86" – a lucky lad who managed to get hold of a GIGABYTE model, box and all. The card with a designated model name of GV-N680D5-2GD-B strictly follows NVIDIA's reference design apart from some exclusive GIGABYTE sci-fi themed artwork.
AMD is preparing to release the Southern Islands / HD 7000 flagship, codenamed New Zealand, to be branded Radeon HD 7990. As expected, the 7990 will be a dual-GPU card, based on 2 x Tahiti.