Previews stole the thunder from Nvidia’s GTX 295 launch, but a new driver promises to expand its performance lead. We matched it against the best-performing CrossFireX and 3-way SLI configurations.
AMD will release next month a new version of its ATI Catalyst driver suite that unlocks stream-processing technology that currently lies dormant in ATI Radeon HD 4000 series videocards.
How far are PC graphics away from reality? Tom's Hardware takes a second look at the effects and tricks used currently by game developers to achieve more realism than ever before.
Interested in overclocking but not quite sure where to start? We round up some of our favorite software utilities for tweaking processors, memory, graphics, and chipsets.
How close do PC graphics and effects get to the real world? Tom's Hardware takes a look and shows you the progress that’s been made so far, along with the tricks of the trade used by game developers.
It has now become a case of finger pointing when it comes to Nvidia and ATI's battle for the consumer's wallet.
Gateway announced two new desktop PCs today, the gaming-oriented FX6710 and the LX6200, which the company says was designed with “digital media enthusiasts” in mind.
Solaris Computer Systems changed its name to MaxForce PC and set its top-tier Revolution GTX3 system down at our table. Let’s see how the beast measures up to some tough competition.
Gaming enthusiasts always look for an edge, but that edge usually comes at a cost--time or money. We compare three systems from HP, Falcon NW, and Vigor aimed at gamers with more money than time.
During Ceatec in Japan this past week, ATI said that it expects to see DirectX 11 GPUs based on a 40 nm manufacturing tech sometime next year.
How much extra performance can you get from a simple graphics driver update? And what sort of gaming gains can you expect from a high-end graphics card when you overclock your CPU?
Mountain House (CA) - The first batch of R700 previews hit the Internet today as AMD lifted the news embargo for a very limited number of hardware review websites.
First-tier motherboard makers, including Asustek Computer and Micro-Star International (MSI), have revealed their latest graphics cards adopting AMD's Radeon HD 3000 series GPUs.
GeCube has launched its Radeon HD 3600 and 3400 series graphics cards targeting the mid-range and entry-level markets.