Posts tagged as: Video Cards

EVGA Announces Six Nvidia GeForce GT 710 GPUs

EVGA released six new Nvidia GeForce GT 710 graphics cards. The core specifications of the GPUs are identical, but these six GT 710 variants are available with 1 or 2 GB of DDR3 memory, single or dual slot size, and passive or active cooling. The EVGA GeForce GT 710s all feature the same 192 CUDA […]

Asus Unveils Strix Radeon R7, R9 300 Series Video Cards

While we’re going to have to wait a little while longer before we see any of the new Fiji-based Radeon R9 series graphics cards, AMD’s partners are unveiling their new Radeon Rx 300-series cards. Asus is starting off with five models – two Strix R7 370s, the Strix R9 380, the Strix R9 390, and […]

EVGA’s New GTX 960 SSC Sports 4 GB Frame Buffer

A fewweeks ago, Nvidia launched its GTX 960, and one of the gripes that folks had with it is the fact that it “only” has a 2 GB frame buffer. The vendors appear to be listening though, as EVGA just announced its GeForce GTX 960 SSC 4 GB. The larger frame buffer can be useful […]

AMD, Nvidia Update Graphics Drivers For Assassin’s Creed Unity

Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Unity just launched, but to play the game on PCs you’ll need a new driver. For exactly that reason, both Nvidia and AMD have just posted the GeForce 344.65 WHQL “Game Ready” driver and the Catalyst graphics driver (version 14.11.1 Beta), respectively. The GeForce driver update is designed to improve the playing […]

Civilization: Beyond Earth Free With Radeon Video Card Purchase

Looking to purchase a new graphics card for your gaming PC? Try taking a stab at AMD’s Radeon R9 290, R9 290X or the R9 295X2. Why? Because they come packed with a voucher for a free copy of the upcoming turn-based 4X strategy game, Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth. The game arrived on Windows […]

EKWB Is Now Shipping a Water Block For R9 285

Since AMD launched its Radeon R9 285 at a live event back in August, we haven’t seen all that many aftermarket coolers for the card. The reason for that is because most of the R9 285 cards that came out are custom cards, making it rather difficult and unnecessary for cooling vendors to make their […]

Koolance Announces A GTX 980 Water Block

The GTX 980 launched two weeks ago, and slowly the water cooling vendors are coming out with their respective water blocks. The current contender is Koolance, which is launching its VID-NX980, a water block for the reference GTX 980 graphics card from Nvidia. Unlike other vendors, Koolance has decided to only build a single variant […]

AMD Marks Down Radeon R9 290 and 290X Cards

Competition is fierce in the graphics card market, and while we’ve seen AMD and Nvidia duke it out with bundled game offers, it’s the price wars that truly get our attention. Speaking of which, Nvidia certainly got AMD’s attention when it launched Maxwell during the company’s GAME24 event, which saw the release of the GeForce […]

MSI Is Revealing a Number of Products During CES

MSI Computer Corp. revealed on Monday that it plans to showcase a number of products during CES 2014 next week. These will include GT, GE and GX gaming notebooks, Quadro workstations for mobile professionals, tablets, touchscreen laptops, a brand new 24-inch All-In-One Gaming PC and the recently released 3K GT60. “MSI’s 2014 lineup of notebooks, […]

Gigabyte Releases Three R9 200 Series Battlefield 4 Edition Cards

Gigabyte has released three special editions of its R9 200 series cards, namely versions of the card that come with keys for Battlefield 4 downloads through Origin. The three cards that come with the key are the GV-R928XOC-3GD-GA, which is a Radeon R9-280X, the GV-R927XOC-2GD-GA, which is a Radeon R9-270X, and the GV-R927OC-2GD-GA, which is […]

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