The funny thing about how expensive technology is, is that as soon as you buy something that costs $300, it’s automatically obsolete and is worth roughly 1/3 of the original price. Actually, it was pretty much obsolete the moment you bought it. The world of the PC DIYer is a fantastic world, but the price [...]
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Yes, you read that right. A video card that uses the classic PCI bus: all 33Mhz of it. VisionTek has offered a few unique options with the ATI graphics chips they use. They are the only manufacturer of a Radeon X1600XT with an AGP flavor, and now this X1300 with PCI interface. The Radeon X1300 [...]
Gigabyte motherboards have been around for a long time, and they have made some very impressive motherboards over the years. They’re no stranger to the enthusiast market, making both AMD and Intel boards geared towards hard-core overclocking. However, as with the graphic card industry, the largest market (and the most money) is in the mainstream [...]
Although PCI-Express has hit the market it has not taken over AGP, at least in my opinion. Because of that there is still plenty of room for companies to fight for the best AGP card on the market. Nvidia and ATi are always racing to be the first on the market with the fastest and [...]
XFX sent over a GeforceFX 5700 Ultra with dual DVI and VIVO for me to review. I recently reviewed a XFX GeForceFX 5600 Ultra which turned out to be a really good card. This 5700 Ultra is a good amount faster than the 5600 Ultra while also adding some new features like the dual DVI. [...]
A relatively new competitor in the video card market is Palit Microsystems. They sent over their GeForceFX 5200 Ultra 128MB which is a budget line video card. This is the lowest model on the GeForceFX line and is designed for those needing a low cost solution for their system but still want performance. This card [...]
XFX is a pretty new player in the video card buisness, they are a division of Pine Technology which is directed more twoard the gamers and high end users of computers rather than the everyday person. The GeForce4™ MX graphics processing unit (GPU) brings a new level of graphics performance and flexibility to the mainstream [...]