nVidia’s new GTX 750 video card has hit the streets, and lots of your friendly neighborhood tech sites have the reviews for you!
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Not all laptops even support triple displays, even though they may feature a DisplayPort interface. The DualHead2Go Digital SE adapter enables any laptop to have an ultra-widescreen desktop resolution up to 5760×1200
Hauppauge have been creating a plethora of TV oriented products now for many years and today we are looking at their Colossus video recording card which can capture real time H.264 compressed recordings at resolutions up to 1080i. Is this ideal for capturing video console footage? Hauppauge currently make several products that can record video […]
With the recent release of DiRT 3 AMDannounced that it would be packing the game with select video cards. Of course Sapphire’s Radeon HD6950 was one of those cards. From a technical standpoint the Radeon HD6950 is basically the same card as the original card we reviewed back in December, except Sapphire has improved the […]
The cooler for the GTX 550Ti AMP! is completely different than a reference card in every aspect. Unlike the reference design their cooler blows both into the case and out the PCI slot. Around the fan you have a sharp orange mesh covering each vent. The shape of the cooler is different also, lacking the […]
Orlando, Florida, USA — Matrox recently showcased its popular graphics solutions and introduced new technologies at InfoComm 2011, attended by 33,000 AV professionals from all over the world. Located in the Digital Signage Pavilion, the Matrox booth featured products that caught the attention of AV professionals interested in optimizing their digital signage, control room, and […]
Unbeknownst to many, EVGA has also entered the heightened bandwidth market with their own GTX 580 3GB. This new GTX 580 forgoes the custom cooling and component choices of some competitors and instead focuses upon a better buying experience through the inclusion of a lifetime warranty and EVGA’s always excellent customer support. Its accessory package […]
I remember the first card nVidia ever put out.. the NV1, which was a PCI video card plus an audio card plus wavetable synthesizer plus game controller board. At the time, all of these functions were handled by several different add-on cards, and certainly not via the PCI bus. That technology was way ahead of its time, […]
While visiting Zalman at a few trade shows, I was introduced to their new stereoscopic 3d monitor: the Zalman Trimon 22-inch monitor. nVidia has been showing off their own solutions that use any regular monitor, so what makes this monitor different, and why would you want to buy one? I spoke with Richard Chung of […]
The gaming industry is a competitive market these days. Everyone has to have the latest thing to keep up with the demanding, hardware sucking games that are being churned out every day with little hesitation. And the video card makers are making a killing off of us. Not just a killing, a freaking massacre. Sure, […]
Okay, time for another round of in-your-face video card action. There are several video cards on the market right now that will show you a good time. Some do it for a little more, some do it for a little less. But just like a trip to Vegas, what really matters is the quality of […]
Have you ever tried to play Bioshock with onboard graphics? If you manage to get it to work, chances are good that even at the lowest quality settings its still going to be very choppy gameplay. Have you ever had the ability to kill a blade-wielding kid when all you see is various frames? Very […]