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Bravo 9500/DI/512MD2
Asus Bravo 9500

RAM: 512 MB; Processor clock speed: 550 MHz; DirectX version: 11; Shader model version: 4

"For: 512MB graphics memory. GeForce 9500GT processor. PCI-Express interface. DVI, HDMI and VGA connections, USB light sensor. Against: Media centre software."

2 reviews | 1 opinion (Poor)

 

GeForce 9800GT 1GB ATX HDM
GigaByte GeForce 9800 GT Silent Cell (N98TSL-1GI)

RAM: 1024 MB; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 602 MHz; DirectX version: 10; Shader model …

PC Format noted that the Gigabyte 9800GT was absolutely silent, and boasted an industrial appearance, but considered it expensive for its level of performance, not being as fast as some cheaper …

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

GigaByte GV-N250ZL-1GI
GigaByte GV-N250ZL-1GI

RAM: 1024 MB; Processor clock speed: 740 MHz; DirectX version: 10

Performance is strong, though not spectacular in Gigabyte's GV-N250ZL-1GI, with commendable results in Crysis and Call of Duty. Overclocking is also possible, giving added performance gains in …

1 review

 

 
GeForce GTX275
Nvidia GeForce GTX 275

RAM: 1000 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 1404 MHz

With GPGPU functions, Nvidia's GeForce GTX 275 comes out ahead of the best ATI graphics cards, though in other areas it lags. It's been a while since Nvidia has seriously competed with ATI, …

1 review

 

GigaByte Radeon HD 4890 (GV-R489-1GH-B)
GigaByte Radeon HD 4890 (GV-R489-1GH-B)

RAM: 1024 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 850 MHz; …

"Plus: Impressive overclocking headroom; Fast. Minus: But just not fast enough; Lacks the added NVIDIA bonuses."

1 review

 

Sapphire Vapor-X HD 4870 2GB
Sapphire Vapor-X HD 4870 2GB

RAM: 4096 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 750 MHz; …

"... overall, the GTX 275 has the Vapor-X beaten for performance. However, the GTX 275 is a louder card than the Vapor-X, though not obnoxiously so, and it ships with even less memory than the …

1 review

 

HIS ATI Radeon HD 5670 IceQ (512MB)
HIS ATI Radeon HD 5670 IceQ (512MB)

RAM: 512 MB; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 775 MHz; DirectX version: 11

"... One of the HD 5670's key advantages over more powerful cards is that it doesn't require its own power supply, instead drawing all it needs via the PCI Express slot. This makes it …

1 review

 

Palit Revolution 700 (Radeon HD 4870 X2)
Palit Revolution 700 (Radeon HD 4870 X2)

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 750 MHz; …

"Plus: Far quieter than standard X2; Extra cooling; Lightening fast. Minus: Frickin' huge."

2 reviews

 

inno3D Geforce iChill GTX 275
inno3D Geforce iChill GTX 275

RAM: 896 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 670 MHz

"While the overclocking performance might be solid then, it's hardly different to what's possible with a stock GTX 275. The same can be said for the iChill's performance …

1 review

 

GTX 285 HydroGen OC
MSI NGTX285 HydroGen OC

RAM: 1024 MB; Cooling Solution: Passive; Processor clock speed: 702 MHz; DirectX version: 10

"Performance wise we were disappointed with the MSI GTX 285 HydroGen OC's speed straight out of the box. The fact the stream processors were still at their stock speed meant it struggled to …

1 review

 

 
MSI N260GTX Lightning Black Edition
MSI N260GTX Lightning Black Edition

RAM: 1792 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 655 MHz; DirectX version: 10

"Well, what can we say? The strangest thing about the Lightning is the fact that so many high-end features and technology have been added to such a mediocre card as the GTX 260. ... That said, …

1 review

 

PNY GeForce GTX 275 XLR8
PNY GeForce GTX 275 XLR8

RAM: 896 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 633 MHz; …

Much cheaper than the identical though overclocked Zotak, PNY's GeForce GTX 275 doesn't suffer appreciably in framerate loss, and for these two points considered together makes it …

1 review

 

BFG Tech GeForce GTX 285 OCX
BFG Tech GeForce GTX 285 OCX

RAM: 1024 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 702 MHz; …

"... its clock speed increases are impressive, there's still headroom for overclocking, performance is excellent, the after sales service has a proven track record and it's the fastest …

1 review

 

Zotac / Gigabyte Power of 2 GPUs (2 x NVIDIA GeForce GTS250 SLI)

"Plus: Great performance across the board; Gives any single-GPU solution a spanking; Relatively affordable given the performance. Minus: Doesn't take to mix 'n' matching vendor …

1 review

 

Zotac GeForce GTX 295 Infinity
Zotac GeForce GTX 295 Infinity

RAM: 1792 MB; Processor clock speed: 675 MHz; DirectX version: 10

"Plus: Fastest card available; Excellent water cooler; Overclocking headroom. Minus: Silly expensive."

1 review

 

Gigabyte / Club Power of 2 GPUs (2 x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 SLI)

"Plus: Huge performance at most settings or res; Can be quicker than a pair of GTX 295; Power consumption isn't too hideous. Minus: Not exactly cheap."

1 review

 

Sapphire Radeon HD 4770 (512 MB)
Sapphire Radeon HD 4770 (512 MB)

Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 750 MHz; DirectX version: 10.1; …

"Plus: Almost as fast as an HD4850; Runs very cool; Excellent value for money. Minus: Better cards are dropping in price."

1 review

 

HIS / Asus Power of 2 GPUs (2 x ATI Radeon HD 4890 CrossFireX)

"Plus: Much faster than a single 4890; Relatively good value for money. Minus: Takes a bit of a beating from the GTX 285; Refused to run Crysis in DX10 mode."

1 review

 

AMD / HIS Power of 2 GPUs (2 x ATI Radeon HD 4770 CrossFireX)

"Plus: An extremely affordable multi-GPU setup; Solid performance at 1,680 x 1,050. Minus: Loses the plot at higher resolutions; 128-bit memory bus is a serious bummer."

1 review

 

Asus / XLR8 Power of 2 GPUs (2 x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 SLI)

"Plus: Handy for playing Crysis on a 30-inch panel. Minus: Sometimes slower than a pair of GTX 285s; So expensive it hurts; Draws enough power to heat a small village."

1 review

 

 

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