Gaming In 64-Bit: Tom's Tests, Microsoft Weighs In
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.
Do you remember the stereo glasses that were around about 10 years ago? Now that 120 Hz LCDs are starting to pop up, Nvidia is teaching an old dog some new tricks with its GeForce 3D Vision shades.
We recently built a $2,500 gaming system with three GTX 260 Core 216 graphics cards, noting that these were less expensive than two GTX 280s. In the performance-value game, is 3-way SLI in the cards?
Does your aging CrossFire-compatible motherboard have enough PCI Express bandwidth to make a second card worthwhile? We compare every Core 2-based platform in order to find out.
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.
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?
Manufacturers really love the first Geforce 9. The graphic chip is fast, the cards are inexpensive, and some retailers offer more than ten variations.
Our new component charts may not be perfect (we're working on that), but they're still full of useful information. Click here for our quick access guide.
Village Tronic's ViDock Gfx is for laptop users who want multiple display options and more graphics power, but is it limited by its ExpressCard interface?
How much of a performance advantage does PCI Express 2.0 offer over PCIe 1.0a? How much performance do you lose on an x4 or x8 connector or gain with two full x16 connectors?
The first pictures of what seems to be the GeForce 9800GX2 have just popped up on the web and we've got them.
Our team in Taiwan has managed to obtain some additional information concerning the soon to be announced AMD Radeon 3400 HD product line. Read about it here.
How does this new offering from Nvidia stack up against the more expensive 8800 GTX.