Is the XFX R9 380x Double Dissipation 4GB graphics card from AMD the perfect 1080p solution? Read the review now...
Is the ASUS ROG RX 570 STRIX a card that you should be looking for when gaming at 1080P? We think it could be a great contender. Read on to find out more...
On my test bench today, was the MSI 7970 Power Edition Boost graphics card, how does it perform combined with Haswell? Read on to find out.
Today I had a look at EVGAs latest 4GB GTX 760, How does it compare and is it good value for money? Read on to find out.
The new MSI GTX 970 Gaming is based off the new "Maxwell" architecture and comes with 4GB of VRAM. It also features the new MSI Twin Frozr V cooler. The question is, how does it perform and how does it compare to previous NVIDIA "Kepler" cards?
Following on from our MSI GTX 970 Gaming review, today we got to grips with the "beefier" MSI GTX 980 Gaming Edition which features NVIDIA's GM204 core...
On the test bench is the ASUS ROG GTX 1080 Ti STRIX OC edition graphics card. Is it the beast that makes 4K gamers rejoice? Let's find out now!
Introducing the latest bang for buck assassin from XFX, the XFX R9 380 Double Dissipation graphics card featuring 4GB of VRAM over a 256bit memory bus.
Not all graphics cards are designed for playing AAA titles and dominating frame rates, usually those options cost big bucks. Enter the MSI R7 360 OC 2GB which offers more in terms of value for money than it does for performance.
The latest card from Sapphires R9 290x line-up features Tri-X (triple fan) cooling technology as well as a mighty 8GB of GDDR5 VRAM.