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Graphics cards

HIS HD 7850 & HD 7870 GHz Edition 
In the recent years AMD's mid-range gaming cards have been offering very good value for money and performance per watt. Let us see how well the HD 78xx series from HIS can handle the demands of today's gaming.
HIS HD 7850 & HD 7870 GHz Edition
HIS HD6970 IceQ Turbo 
The HD6970 is a very close relative to the HD6950, but the HD6970 has all the performance of the Cayman core unlocked and ready to go. So then, what's the impact on performance? Let's find out!
HIS HD6970 IceQ Turbo
Sapphire HD6950 Flex 2GB 
The HD 6950 and HD 6970 cards are the fastest single GPU offerings from the HD69 Cayman line. The exact model of the card we received is Sapphire Radeon HD 6950 Flex Edition 2 GB, and it also packs some neat special features.
Sapphire HD6950 Flex 2GB
Gainward GTX 560 Ti 2048MB  
The card we're going to put through its paces arrived to our test from Gainward and it's the GTX 560 Ti 2048 MB Phantom. Phantom is a Gainward's range of cards with enhanced coolers, which should help quietly keep the core cool.
Gainward GTX 560 Ti 2048MB
Club3D GTX 550 Ti  
The fight on the mid-range gaming graphics market is really heating up, AMD got there first with the launch of the HD68-series Barts-cards, but since then Nvidia has introduced their new GTX 560 Ti and GTX 550 Ti series cards. Let us start with the GTX 550 Ti.
Club3D GTX 550 Ti
HIS 6870 IceQX TurboX 
The entire name of the card is HD6870 IceQ X Turbo X, and it features the same IceQ X-cooler as the HD6850 we already saw earlier. What else does the card offer? Let's find out!
HIS 6870 IceQX TurboX
HIS HD68xx Graphics Cards 
AMD's Radeon HD68xx series have been highly popular. This time we take a closer look at the 68xx variants from HIS to see if the series still offers good value for the money.
HIS HD68xx Graphics Cards
AMD HD 6850 & HD 6870 Updated: 07.12.2010
There's been plenty of rumors going around about AMD's new HD6-series of cards, but now the long wait is finally over and the first models, HD6850 and HD6870, have been officially launched. The newcomers found their way into our test lab, so lets see what they have to offer.
AMD HD 6850 & HD 6870
HIS HD5870 iCooler V Turbo 1GB 
The 5870 has been on the markets for a good while already, so manufacturers have had time to modify their versions of the card. This time HIS was kind enough to send us their version of the HD5870 iCooler V Turbo.
HIS HD5870 iCooler V Turbo 1GB
Gainward GTX470 Golden Sample - GOOD 
Now that both ATI and Nvidia have had their new top of the range models on the markets for a while, it's time to wait and see what kind of version the card manufacturers come up with. This time we give a look at a new contestant from the green camp - please welcome the Gainward GTX 470 Golden Sample - GOOD.
Gainward GTX470 Golden Sample - GOOD
Sapphire HD 5850 Toxic 
It's already been a while since Ati launched their HD5850 and 5870 cards, and now manufacturers are starting to come up with their own 'special models'. Here is Sapphire's 5850 Toxic.
Sapphire HD 5850 Toxic
Sapphire HD 5750 Vapor-X 
Gamers on a budget can have hard time on finding good value for their money. This time we'll check out if Sapphire's HD5750 offers enough "bang for the buck".
Sapphire HD 5750 Vapor-X
Gainward GeForce GT220 1024MB 
Blazing fast top of the range graphic cards often get the most attention and get reviewed the most, but this time around we have something a bit different for a closer look - the Nvidia GT220.
Gainward GeForce GT220 1024MB
HIS Radeon HD5770 1 GB 
While the HD58xx-series card may have a bit more kick to them, the HD5770 should be able to give the consumers good performance with a decent price. To help us find out, HIS hooked us up with a HD5770.
HIS Radeon HD5770 1 GB
Sapphire HD4770 
In addition to being a cost-effective solution for some sunday-gamers, this card is the first one to utilize the new RV740 chip, which is the only graphics chip at the moment which is produced with the new 40 nm process at TMSC.
Sapphire HD4770
Gainward 295 GTX 
After losing the performance crown, Nvidia pulled some aces to take back the title. The newer GT200b core made it possible for Nvidia to regain the crown in the same way as which it lost it, placing two GPUs onto the same card.
Gainward 295 GTX
Gainward 285GTX 
The 285GTX is a nice update of the 280GTX. Sure, the core is about the same as the GT200 found on the 280GTX but the card runs cooler and the newer manufacturing technology used for the GT200b chip gives us some more headroom in clock speeds.
Gainward 285GTX
Sapphire Ultimate HD4670 - Passive cooled 
Now that the HD4670 cards have been on the market for a while, we are starting to see some non-reference models of these also. The card in question today, is Sapphire's Ultimate HD4670 card which is completely passively cooled.
Sapphire Ultimate HD4670 - Passive cooled
HD4850 Roundup 
Today we are going to get a bit more familiar with some of the more interesting HD4850-offerings. All of these cards feature an improved cooler, higher frequencies and better performance than the reference cards.
HD4850 Roundup
XFX GTX 280 XXX Edition 
This time we will show you a graphics card that has evolved to be something more than its forefathers. Sure, the pixel pushing ability is still there and benchmarks will show that clearly but what more can a graphics card do? Up till now, nothing much but this is about to change...
XFX GTX 280 XXX Edition
Gainward Bliss 9800GX2 
Now Nvidia has once again taken the pole position with their new card - 9800GX2. The 9800GX2 has two G92 GPUs working in SLI-mode and taking only a one PCI-e slot. This technique also ensures that the card doesn't require any special features from the motherboard.
Gainward Bliss 9800GX2
8800GT 1GB vs. 8800GTS 
Last year nVidia came up with a new G92 GPU core and two new graphic cards based on it - the 8800GT and the 8800GTS. The names are confusing to say the least as there were already two 8800GTS models with differing memory configurations. Despite its top-of-the-range performance, the GTS is rather cheap, which makes it a tempting choice for everyone looking for a new graphics card.
8800GT 1GB vs. 8800GTS
XFX 8800GT 512MB Alpha Dog XXX Edition 
Recently we have been focusing on gaming input devices. They are important but when talking about gaming, there are several other components that make or break the experience. One can't aim without a good mouse, one can't play online without proper networking hardware and connection and one can't expect to hear the enemies around the corner without proper audio equipment. We still haven't covered the CPU that runs the whole show or the monitor that gives us the view to play in. And what drives the image on the monitor?
XFX 8800GT 512MB Alpha Dog XXX Edition
Foxconn 8600 GTS 
Nvidia's high-end cards have been out for already months, but only recently they launched their middle price range of the 8-series cards. The fastest of the new cards is 8600GTS, the second is 8600GT and then there's the 8500GT. The family also contains Geforce 8400 and 8300 cards, but those are only available for OEM manufacturers.
Foxconn 8600 GTS
7600GT Roundup 
The accurate models of the cards in this review are MSI NX7600GT Diamond Plus, Palit 7600GT Sonic and Leadtek Winfast PX 7600GT TDH Extreme. It's pretty easy to say from the outlook of the cards which one is the factory-overclocked TDH version. Leadtek's cooler not only has the largest fan but also hides almost half of the card under it. There are also clear differences in the board designs. Whereas the Palit's shares the same board design with some other manufacturers, the Leadtek and MSI have made their own versions of it.
7600GT Roundup
HIS Excalibur X600 XT PCIE 
A great performer with silent cooler and valuable bundle.
HIS Excalibur X600 XT PCIE
HIS 9600 XT Turbo 
Great performer with low price.
HIS 9600 XT Turbo

 
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