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Avoid gaming bottlenecks and keep your system balanced with the latest information about Graphics Cards. From reviews of today’s hottest GPUs to do-it-yourself guides on overclocking, we have everything you need to know.

news - OCTOBER 1 42

This chip is going to be huge for the supercomputing market -- if Nvidia's has its way.

reviews - OCTOBER 1 136

Anyone who’s ever shopped for graphics cards has considered the amount of on-board RAM and the slight price premium each bump brings. But what actual impact does it have on game performance? We test 512MB,...

reviews - SEPTEMBER 30 117

The Radeon HD 5870 we reviewed last week was nice, but $379 in an economic downturn is the new $650. We want something bigger on value, and we're looking to ATI's new Radeon HD 5850 at $259 to stand up to...

news - SEPTEMBER 29 106


news - SEPTEMBER 28 16

Win some cash and video cards!

news - SEPTEMBER 24 28

Is this the Ion you've been waiting for?

news - SEPTEMBER 24 42

Larrabee's raytracing Quake Wars: Enemy Territory!

news - SEPTEMBER 23 12

Surprise! It's not Westmere.

reviews - SEPTEMBER 23 214

A little more than a year after ATI shocked us with its Radeon HD 4870, it's launching the first DirectX 11 GPU, which packs more than just the promise of next-gen compatibility. We got our hands on a pair of...

reviews - SEPTEMBER 21 38

Today we're looking at Asus motherboards armed with integrated graphics processors from AMD, Intel, and Nvidia to see which core logic vendor can offer the best Blu-ray playback quality, features, and value for...

news - SEPTEMBER 17 132

Nvidia says that special-purpose software relying on GPGPU will propel GPU sales, not PC gaming.

news - SEPTEMBER 14 38

Do you think that this is the future of gaming?

reviews - SEPTEMBER 14 56

Resident Evil is an extremely popular game series involving a small-scale zombie apocalypse. We take a look at how well Resident Evil 5 runs on a couple of different platforms, a number of different graphics...

news - SEPTEMBER 11 108

Do you really have the desk space for all this? Yeah, we'd make room for it too.

news - SEPTEMBER 10 20

If you like to transcode video from your laptop, Tigris will do it rather well.

news - SEPTEMBER 10 16

AMD's second generation ultrathin platform is here.

news - SEPTEMBER 10 26

AMD Vision to simplify notebook branding.

reviews - SEPTEMBER 10 100

Welcome to the September 2009 issue of Best Graphics Cards for the Money. This month we discuss the forthcoming Radeon HD 5000-series and consider its impact on our recommendations in the months to come. As...

reviews - SEPTEMBER 8 78

With the launch of Core i7, we ran an insane load of gaming benchmarks to explore CrossFire and SLI performance on X58. Today's P55 launch sees another Intel platform with great graphics options, and we're back...

news - SEPTEMBER 3 18

Playing Crysis on your netbook through OnLive? Dare to dream.

news - SEPTEMBER 2 17

Asus joins the Ionic party.

news - AUGUST 26 101

GPU performance will increase up to 570x in the next six years.

reviews - AUGUST 25 117

In our AGP Radeon HD 4650 review, the old Athlon X2 3800+ system couldn't hack today's games due to a CPU bottleneck. This time, we up the ante with a cheap replacement CPU and overclock to see if we can...

reviews - AUGUST 24 54

Welcome to the August 2009 issue of Best Graphics Cards for the Money. This month we have a look at the new integrated Radeon HD 4200, part of AMD's 785G chipset, and keep an eye on falling prices across the...

news - AUGUST 22 35

the PCI SIG has decided to push back the release date of the PCIe 3.0 specs.

news - AUGUST 22 58

id Software's John Carmack spoke out against hardware-based physics at QuakeCon 2009, and it wasn't pretty.

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