Subtract 48 stream processors from the GeForce GTX 560 Ti, and you get – no prizes for guessing – the GTX 560. We find out if the green team's latest card can stand up to the competition from AMD.
The recently released Nvidia GTX 560 comes in various forms. Different brands offer different clockspeed, coolers and also memory size. How do you decide which one to get?
VR-Zone takes a sneak peek at a GTX 560 from Gainward's Phantom series… not to mention some overclocking.
With a beefy radiator-like cooler and massive 3GB frame buffer, Gainward goes for the (over)kill with its new GeForce GTX 580 Phantom graphics card. Does its performance live up to its looks? VR-Zone.com finds out.
With a stylish and eye-catching design, and a cooler with six heat pipes and triple 80mm fans that promises low temperatures and low noise levels, Gainward’s new GeForce GTX 570 Phantom is arguably one of the most attractive non-reference cards out there in the market. The card was officially announced earlier today; more details after
It appears that Gainward is not contented with having just one custom-built NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 card. The graphics card maker is now planning to release another non-reference product, the GeForce GTX 570 Phantom.
In our NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 review, we feature Gainward’s custom-designed GeForce GTX 570 Golden Sample ‘Goes Like Hell’ (GS GLH) Edition card. VR-Zone.com takes a look at where the GTX 570 (overclocked or not) stands against previous-generation products, and the current GTX 580 flagship.
Gainward is crowned again to unveil the world’s 1st and fastest DirectX 11 GPU – GeForce GTX 580 “Golden Sample”. Gainward GeForce GTX 580 is dynamically driven by enhanced Fermi-architecture GPU (GF110); it is a tribute to enthusiastic PC gamers worldwide with the screaming performance and quiet cooler design. More of the same, inside.
Gainward has announced its GeForce GT 430 graphics card, based on NVIDIA’s GF108 chipset. The GeForce GT 430 is clocked at 700MHz core and 1600MHz (effective) memory, and goes up against ATI’s Radeon HD 5570 and HD 5550.
Clocking in at 930MHz and 2000MHz (4000MHz effective) for graphics core and memory respectively, the factory-overclocked Gainward GeForce GTS 450 Golden Sample ‘Goes Like Hell’ is the fastest GeForce GTS 450 product in the market. It also sports a custom heatsink, dubbed the Grand-Prix Heat-pipes Hybrid Cooler.