PowerColor has officially announced its Devil HD7870 graphics card.
Powercolor is releasing a new low-profile graphics card that can drive up to four displays through its four mini-DisplayPort outputs.
Tom's Hardware takes a quick look at PowerColor's passively-cooled Radeon HD 7850 SCS3. You're going to need notable airflow inside your case to keep this board stable, so don't expect to build a silent gaming PC with it.
A number of different manufacturers have already released their HD 7990 graphics cards, and unsurprisingly, they are all nearly identical.
PowerColor has teased the Radeon HD 7850 SCS3, the first passively cooled HD 7850 that has come to market.
Following its release last week, the AMD Radeon HD7790 graphics card is available from a wide variety of manufacturers with a range of coolers and clock speeds.
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Today, we look at a card between two worlds. Despite a model number that suggests Pitcairn lineage, this board is based on AMD's Tahiti GPU. Does it behave more like its namesake, or the powerful engine actually under its hood? Read on for more!
EVGA recently lent our German lab one of the GeForce GTX 690s we've had in the U.S. for months. The purpose? To pit against HIS' upcoming 7970 X2 and PowerColor's Devil13 HD7990, both dual-Tahiti boards vying to become the world's fastest graphics card.
With Nvidia's GeForce GTX 670 readily available for $400, AMD's Radeon HD 7950 shifts to the upper middle class of graphics card performance. We test six third-party interpretations in anticipation of pricing more in line with its competitive position.