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GeForce GTX760 Twin Frozr OC 2 GB
MSI GeForce GTX 760 Twin Frozr OC 2GB

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1085 MHz; DirectX version: 11.1

For PC Advisor, MSI's take on the GeForce GTX 760 OC is amazing value for money owing to its superb performance, especially since it matches the more expensive 670 almost blow for blow. Its …


2 reviews


Radeon R9 290X 4 GB
AMD Radeon R9 290X 4GB

RAM: 4096 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1000 MHz; DirectX version: 11.2

It's been a long time coming, but at last, AMD has produced a single-GPU graphics card capable of trading blows with, and in most cases beat, the GTX Titan. It's also cheaper and faster …


2 reviews


GeForce GTX770 XLR8 OC 2 GB
PNY GeForce GTX 770 Ti XLR8 2GB

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 1150 MHz; …

Although PNY's take on Nvidia's 770, the GeForce GTX 770 XLR8 OC 2GB, is more expensive than the vanilla model, its extra performance out of the box, excellent cooler and overclocking …


1 review


R9 280X iPower IceQ X² Turbo Boost
HIS Radeon R9 280X iPower Turbo Boost

RAM: 3072 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1000 MHz; DirectX version: 11.2

Gamers looking for a card around the £250 mark have an easy choice in HIS' Radeon R9 280X iPower IceQ X2 Boost, which is miles ahead of the GTX 760 and offers almost the same performance as the …


1 review


Radeon R9 280 X Gaming Edition OC 3GB
MSI Radeon R9 280X Gaming Edition OC 3GB

RAM: 3072 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1000 MHz; DirectX version: 11.2

Although the slight clock increase that MSI has given to the reference card is almost negligible, the Radeon R9 280X Gaming Edition OC 3GB provides plenty of overclocking headroom, and the excellent …


1 review | 5 opinions


R9290,4096MB Radeon R9 290, 4 GB GDDDR5, R9-290A-ENFC
GigaByte Radeon R9 290

RAM: 4096 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 947 MHz; DirectX version: 11.2; …

For TechRadar, there is absolutely no reason to pay more for the R9 290X when the Radeon R9 290 is so much cheaper and the performance gap between them is so narrow, not to mention that the latter is …


3 reviews | 1 opinion


GeForce GTX780 XLR8 OC
PNY GeForce GTX 780 XLR8 OC

RAM: 3072 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1006 MHz; DirectX version: 11.1

Not everybody is willing to spend £400 on a graphics card, but those who are will find the GeForce GTX 780 XLR8 OC to be a fantastic deal. Its performance is simply amazing, there's a good deal …


1 review


Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan

RAM: 6144 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 837 MHz; DirectX version: 11.1

As Nvidia claims, the GTX Titan is indeed the fastest graphics card on the market according to Expert Reviews' benchmarks, being able to run games in Surround mode at 5,670 x 1,080 resolution


4 reviews


More information at: Expert Reviews, 3/2013 Nvidia GTX Titan Regardless of whether Nvidia's claims that the GTX Titan is the fastest GPU in the world are true or not, its specs are certainly mindblowing. But this is actually a workstation GPU, so will it be overkill for home users? … to review

Radeon R9270X 2GB
AMD Radeon R9 270X 2GB

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1050 MHz; DirectX version: 11.2

The midrange nature of the Radeon R9 270X 2GB makes it the best deal of all contenders in Bit-tech's roundup, since it's the most balanced offering of the three. It gives Nvidia's GTX …


1 review


R9 270 X IceQ X² Turbo
HIS Radeon R9 270X IceQ X² Turbo

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1100 MHz; DirectX version: 11

Reviewers at Bit-tech weren't surprised by the Radeon R9 270X IceQ X² Turbo's silent and cool operation, but they were definitely very pleased by it. It is slightly overclocked with regards …


1 review


GeForce GTX780 Ti AMP Edition
Zotac GeForce GTX 780 Ti AMP!

RAM: 3172 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1006 MHz; DirectX version: 11.2

The basic GTX 780 Ti is already a superb performer, but Zotac has made the most of its overclocking capabilities with its GeForce GTX 780 Ti AMP! version, without adding much to its already hefty …


1 review


GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2GB Amp! Extreme
Zotac GTX 660 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1097 MHz; DirectX version: 11

In and of itself, Zotac's GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2GB Amp! Extreme is an excellent card, but its key weakness for Bit-tech is that the superior GTX 670 2GB is only a smidgeon more expensive and if


1 review


More information at: Bit Tech, 12/2012 Zotac GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2GB Amp! Extreme Zotac's Amp! Extreme edition of the GeForce 660 Ti comes as a pleasant surprise, since it's priced below the first Amp! edition of the same card and it sports a higher factory overclock. Is it as good in practice as it sounds on paper? … to review

GeForce GTX770
Nvidia GeForce GTX 770

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1046 MHz; DirectX version: 11.1

While the nVidia GeForce GTX 770 can't match the 780 for sheer power and features, it's a great choice for the money that delivers excellent performance while keeping noise levels low.


4 reviews | 2 opinions


More information at: PCFormat, 5/2013 Nvidia GTX 770 The GTX 780 was a cut-down version of the horribly expensive GTX Titan, and the GTX 770 is in turn a more affordable version of the former. Is it the best value option? … to review

GeForce GTX650 Ti Boost
Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 980 MHz; DirectX version: 11

Thanks to its superb power efficiency, quiet and cool operation and fantastic speeds, PC Pro reckon the Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost is the best card on the market right now for single-display


3 reviews


More information at: PC Pro, 6/2013 Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost Instead of developing a new graphics chip, Nvidia has taken its GTX 650 and given it a makeover - or a boost, as the new card's name implies. … to review

GeForce GTX 780Ti
Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti

RAM: 3072 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 875 MHz; DirectX version: 11

The name of the game for Nvidia's GeForce GTX 780 Ti is 'desirability'. AMD's Radeon cards might be just as powerful, but their build quality can't match Nvidia's …


2 reviews


Radeon R7260X 2GB
AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 1100 MHz; DirectX version: 11.2

Although on paper the Radeon R7 260X is an improvement over the HD 7790, in real life scenarios, Expert Reviews found that it provides pretty much the same performance. This is not a bad thing since


2 reviews


More information at: Expert Reviews, 10/2013 AMD Radeon R7 260X The excellent Radeon HD 7790 has gotten a successor, and its name is the Radeon R7 260X. Boasting 2GB of RAM as opposed to the previous model's 1GB and slightly higher clock speeds, does it make upgrading a must? … to review

Asus GeForce GTX 780 3GD5

RAM: 3072 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 863 MHz; DirectX version: 11.1

Those who don't see the point in forking over for a Titan if it's only going to be used for gaming and can't stretch to a 690 either will find lots to like in Asus' GeForce GTX …


1 review


Radeon HD 7870 jokerCard XT
Club 3D Radeon HD 7870 XT jokerCard

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 925 MHz; DirectX version: 11.1

Club3D's HD 7870 XT jokerCard is a stunning bargain that wowed PC Format by being able to stand its own against an overclocked GTX 670 which costs almost twice as much. Its single fan and


1 review | 16 opinions


More information at: PCFormat, 3/2013 Club3D HD 7870 XT jokerCard The sub-£200 price tag of Club3D's HD 7870 XT jokerCard will have you pinching yourself to make sure you're not dreaming. But is it all as good as it seems? … to review

GeForce GTX780 3GB
Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 3GB

RAM: 3072 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; PCI Express; Processor clock speed: 863 MHz; …

It might not be as expensive as the Titan, but the GTX 780 is still a pricey piece of kit, and it's not even as fast as Nvidia's own dual-GPU GTX 690. It really comes into its own, however,


4 reviews


More information at: PCFormat, 5/2013 Nvidia GTX 780 The first model from Nvidia's new 700 series, the GTX 780 could very well be called the GTX Titan Junior. But does its use of previous-generation tech hinder its performance? … to review

GeForce GTX760
Nvidia GeForce GTX 760

RAM: 2048 MB; Cooling Solution: Active; Processor clock speed: 980 MHz; DirectX version: 11

If you don't need to play all games at the very highest resolution and quality possible, the GeForce GTX 760 is a great card for the money that will cope with even the most demanding titles at …


3 reviews



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Product information and further reviews for Graphics cards

nVidia GeForce GTX 670 PC Advisor 5/2012 - After the impressive - and frighteningly expensive - GTX 680 and GTX 690, Nvidia come back for a third round with the more affordable GTX 670.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 TechRadar UK 5/2012 - The GeForce GTX 670 is the first reasonably-priced graphics card based on Nvidia's new Kepler architecture. Have too many compromises been made, or is it a feasible alternative to the top of the range?

GeForce GTX 670 2 GB Review: Is It Already Time To Forget GTX 680? Tom's Hardware 5/2012 - Value for money seems to go straight out the window as soon as you start considering paying anywhere between £500 and £1000 for cards like the GTX 680 or GTX 690, which is why the GTX 670's price tag is so appealing. But just how well does it perform?

Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 2GB Bit Tech 5/2012 - Although Nvidia rules the high end of the graphics cards market, AMD has a better hold on the 'reasonably-priced' segment. The GeForce GTX 670 aims to change that.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 Expert Reviews 5/2012 - The Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 builds on the success of the amazing GeForce GTX 680, by including two of those GPUs into the architecture.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 TechRadar UK 3/2012 - Nvidia have lagged behind AMD since the launch of the Radeon HD 7970 late last year? Will the Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 put them ahead in the graphics cards race?

AMD Radeon HD 7870 PC Pro 3/2012 - The latest generation of AMD graphics cards follow an unconventional route with the top-of-the-range Radeon HD 7970 coming first, and the middle-of-the-range 7700 following behind. Now it's the turn of the 7870 and 7850 gap-fillers.

AMD Radeon HD 7870 2GB Bit Tech 3/2012 - AMD Radeon HD 7870 2GB graphics card is from the Pitcairn range, based on the Southern Islands architecture. How does it peform?

AMD Radeon HD 7870 Expert Reviews 3/2012 - The Radeon HD 7870 from AMD is their first card to feature the upper-mid range 28nm Pitcairn graphics processor. What specs has it got on board?

AMD Radeon HD 7750 Micro Mart 1198 (1-7 March 2012) - The AMD Radeon HD 7750 is a step down from the Radeon HD 7770 graphics card, which disappointed many because it offered less but cost more. Can the HD 7750 strike a better balance?

AMD Radeon HD 7770 PC Pro 2/2012 - Previous Radeon HD cards from AMD have been costly affairs but thankfully the HD 7770 is at a more reasonable price. See how it fares.

AMD Radeon HD 7770 And 7750 Review: Familiar Speed, Less Power Tom's Hardware 2/2012 - The Radeon HD7770 and 7750 are AMD's low-end graphics cards and use Graphics Core Next which is the company's most recent architecture. Can the new functionality and design tempt you into an upgrade? Review details: Two graphics cards were reviewed. No ratings were given.

AMD Radeon HD 7770 TechRadar UK 2/2012 - Previous cards from AMD offered lots of great features but at a price that made them inaccessible to most gamers. Can the HD 7770 offer some similar features at a lower price?

AMD Radeon HD 7750 PC Pro 2/2012 - Following on from the Tahiti cards, AMD have released the Cape Verde line. The HD 7750 is the smaller model that can be fitted into more cramped enclosures.

AMD Radeon HD 7750 1GB Bit Tech 2/2012 - With graphics cards, you have to make some compromises if you want to pay a more budget friendly price. How much performance do you have to sacrifice with the HD 7750?

AMD Radeon HD 7770 1GB Bit Tech 2/2012 - The HD 7770 from AMD is at the budget end of the serious gaming market. How much of a compromise has been made with performance to be able to offer the card at a reduced price?

AMD Radeon 7970 3GB GHz Edition Bit Tech 6/2012 - AMD have released the Radeon 7970 3GB GHz Edition but can it offer much of an upgrade from the original graphics card?

AMD Radeon HD 7750 TechRadar UK 2/2012 - Compared to other cards from the HD range, the HD 7750 is an unassuming model. Does it have enough specs to make it a bargain rather than just cheap?

AMD Radeon HD 7950 TechRadar UK 1/2012 - AMD are putting pressure on their rivals, Nvidia, with the release of their second graphics card from the HD 7000 generation. Is the Radeon HD 7950 enough to scare off the competition?

AMD Radeon HD 7950 Review: Up Against GeForce GTX 580 Tom's Hardware 1/2012 - Although AMD's Radeon HD 7970 is well placed to compete in the high-end segment of the market, it's still quite pricey, which is why the Radeon HD 7950 is such an interesting option. Can it take on Nvidia's GTX 580, though?

AMD Radeon HD 7950 3GB Bit Tech 1/2012 - The day was bound to come when the names of AMD and Nvidia's graphics cards started to overlap. As the GeForce 7950 GT 512MB from Nvidia is now six years old though, the Radeon HD 7950 3GB from AMD should have no worries about outperforming it.

AMD Radeon HD 7970 Micro Mart 1192 (19-25 January 2012) - The AMD Radeon HD 7970 graphics card is super powerful but comes at a high price. Is the first ever 28nm graphics card worth the extra cost?

Sapphire HD 7750 Ultimate Micro Mart 1202 (29 March-4 April 2012) - With an impressive range of specifications on paper, can the Sapphire HD 7750 Ultimate video card meet expectations?

AMD Radeon HD 7970 PC Pro 12/2011 - They might be struggling on the CPU front, but AMD have just pipped top rivals, Nvidia, to the post when it comes to graphics cards; their single-GPU Radeon HD 7970 is the first to be manufactured using a 28nm process.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 PC Pro 5/2012 - High-end graphics cards are expensive investments but Nvidia are hoping to make their Kepler range a little more accessible with the new GeForce GTX 670.

AMD Radeon HD 7970 3GB Bit Tech 12/2011 - This year has been pretty quiet on the graphics front, with only a few new releases after March 2011. But a new generation of graphics cards looms on the horizon, and the 7970 is the first to hit the shelves.

AMD Radeon HD 7970 Expert Reviews 12/2011 - The Radeon HD 7970 is the harbinger of a next generation of graphics cards based on 28nm processors.

Sapphire Radeon HD6850 Vapor-X graphics card Computer act!ve 10/2011 - Using the Northern Islands technology from AMD, motherboard partners have been able to create general consumer and budget level graphics cards.

Sapphire HD 5570 XtendTV card Micro Mart 1149 (17-23 March 2011) - Long ago, before the earth fully cooled (or maybe a bit later) ATI made special top-of-the-range video cards that included the ability to decode TV. It modestly called them 'All-In-Wonder' models. A while ago, it stopped producing those, as it appeared the number of cheap TV cards made it not worth the effort to include this feature. Now Sapphire comes along and, by a curiously convoluted path has now resurrected the idea with the HD 5570 XtendTV card. ...

Sapphire HD 6670 Ultimate TechRadar UK 8/2011 - Sapphire's HD 6670 is just an incremental improvement over its predecessor, the HD 5670, but the price tag remains almost the same, so is it worth upgrading to?

Sapphire HD 6770 Vapor-X PCFormat 8/2011 - Nvidia is not the only manufacturer to rebrand old cards with new series numbers; with the HD 6770 Vapor-X, AMD is basically re-releasing the HD 5770 with a negligible speed increase of 10MHz.

Sapphire Radeon HD 6950 Flex PC Advisor 7/2011 - The Radeon HD 6950 is exactly the same card as the 6970, the only difference being that some of its cores have been locked so that it runs at 800MHz instead of 880MHz.

Sapphire HD6670 Ultimate IT Reviews 6/2011 - Sapphire's latest version of AMD's Radeon HD6670 Ultimate uses passive cooling, supports Eyefinity and includes a code for downloading a copy of DiRT3 for free.

ZOTAC GeForce GTS 450 AMP! Edition Micro Mart 1134 (25 Nov-1 Dec 2010) - What's nice about Zotac AMP! card is that they take a reference model, put go-faster stripes on it and tweak under the hood, but the cost isn't much more than the stock item. Or that's the general consensus, at least. ...

Power of 2 PCFormat 7/2009 - Two graphics cards are better than one. Sounds plausible, eh? But as Jeremy Laird discovers, when it comes to multi-GPU technology nothing is simple. Review details: Six pairs of graphics cards were reviewed and rated. Final verdicts of between 65 and 91 points out of 100 were awarded.

Asus GeForce GTX 465 1024MB Micro Mart 1114 (8-14 July 2010) - I've been curious to get my hands on the newest NVidia technology since it launched, but it's so far been rarer than Flash applications on the iPhone, even to journalists. ...

AMD R9 280X Expert Reviews 10/2013 - The new R9 series of graphics cards from AMD is designed for those who want to play the latest games at resolutions higher than 1920 x 1080, but are they really such a vast improvement over the previous generation?

AMD Radeon HD 7990 Expert Reviews 6/2013 - With its two-chip configuration, AMD claims the Radeon HD 7990 is its fastest graphics card. Is it true, though?

Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Expert Reviews 5/2013 - Nvidia's latest high-end effort, the GeForce GTX 780, uses the same GPU as the stunning GTX Titan, and it even looks a lot like it too. However, its cut-down specs and lower price tag make it a more mainstream-friendly proposition, even if it's still far from being affordable.

AMD Radeon HD 7990 PC Pro 4/2013 - AMD's HD 7000 Series appeared more than a year ago, but the range was still lacking a flagship model. Now it's finally here in the form of the Radeon HD 7990, but it's the most expensive graphics card to ever be released. Is it worth the outlay?

Sapphire Radeon HD 5450 Computer Shopper 2/2010 - When you hear 'graphics card' you probably think 'gaming', but they have plenty of other uses too.

Zotac GTX 660 Ti AMP! Edition PCFormat 9/2012 - Zotac's previous GTX 670 AMP! was a fantastic card, so PC Format have high hopes for this GTX 660 Ti AMP! Edition.

GeForce GTX 680 2 GB Review: Kepler Sends Tahiti On Vacation Tom's Hardware 3/2012 - Nvidia's newest Kepler architecture has had people desperate and prepared to do anything to see what it is capable of. This review should now unveil its true ability against the AMD GCN opponent.

HIS HD5750 PCFormat 1/2010 - We checked out the reference design of the ATI HD 5750 last month and, to be honest, it got the sort of reception we'd normally give to a visit by Peter Mandelson. Actually, that's not true, nobody tried to punch the 5750 in its greasy, smug little face. Anyway, it didn't do particularly well. ...

AMD Radeon HD 7770 Expert Reviews 2/2012 - The HD 7770 is from AMD's Cape Verde graphics card range which is a lot cheaper than the Tahiti cards. How does it perform?

AMD Radeon HD 7950 PC Pro 2/2012 - AMD released the Radeon HD 7970 in time for Christmas but the high cost meant that it's unobtainable for many people. Though still expensive, the HD 7950 is a little cheaper.

AMD Radeon HD 7970: Promising Performance, Paper-Launched Tom's Hardware 12/2011 - AMD's Radeon HD 7970 won't quite make it in time to find a place under a tree or in a stocking this Christmas, but it certainly looks fast.

9800GT Synergy PCFormat 12/2009 - (David Attenborough voice) Here, amongst the jungles of PCFormat, we find a rare beast. This 9800GT looks just like any other 9800GT, and acts in much the same way. But, thanks to a rare genetic mutation, there's something missing. Can you see what it is? Can you? That's right, it's missing a power connector. ...

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Cheap video cards are completely sufficient for DVD playback and occasional games. High-resolution HD video and the capability for demanding games, however, requires a more expensive one with integrated video processor and HDCP capability. Office users should pay attention to multi-monitor support, which is not necessarily dependent on the price.