Small, tiny and cute are the keywords for the AMD Radeon R9 Nano that we review today. The product has an incredibly small form factor yet is powered with a Fiji XT chip that brings some significant gaming performance to this graphics card.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 09/07/2015 09:22 AM [ 25 comment(s) ]
We review the PowerColor DEVIL Radeon R9 390X. This product is Hybrid cooled meaning air for the VRM area and liquid cooling on the Hawaii GPU, now called Grenada. Thanks to this cooler the card hovers just above the 50 Degrees C, that's under full gaming load whilst being factory overclocked towards 1100 MHz on the GPU base clock.
Thunder clouds hover above the Guru3D test-lab as the MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti Lightning edition will now get a review. Yes, we test and benchmark one of the most anticipated GeForce GTX 980 Ti cards of the year, the Lightning edition graphics card. This GeForce GTX 980 Ti based product comes factory overclocked and sports some seriously cool cooling. Armed with 6 GB graphics memory this product is bound to impress.
At the launch of the Radeon R9 Fury and Fury X AMD also announced something that caught the interest of many, a small form factor yet high-end graphics card aimed at powerful small game and HTPCs, yes the Nano today is announced
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 08/25/2015 07:33 AM [ 7 comment(s) ]
We review and benchmark among the coolest of them all, the ASUS GeForce GTX 980 Ti Poseidon Platinum ROG edition graphics card. This GeForce GTX 980 Ti based product comes factory overclocked and sports hybrid cooling up-to the level of enthusiast liquid cooling. Combine all that with the default goodness the GeForce GTX 980 Ti has to offer like the 6 GB graphics memory and this product simply cool.
We review the MSI GeForce GTX 950 Gaming (in SLI as well), this entry-level to mainstream graphics card is armed with a GM206 Maxwell generation graphics processor from Nvidia. The product performs quite well in the 1080P area. Also the MSI card offers a nice factory tweaks and combined with AfterBurner we took the GPU towards 1575 MHz ! Let's check it out, shall we?
We review the ASUS GeForce GTX 950 STRIX, tagged as STRIX-GTX950-DC2OC-2GD5-GAMING. The GTX 950 is an entry-level to mainstream graphics card in the Maxwell range of GPUs from Nvidia that sits pretty nicely in the 1080P domain. ASUS offers it in a Strix edition and comes with some nice factory tweaks. Let's check it out, shall we?
In this review we check out the 2GB version of the Palit GeForce GTX 950. The GTX 950 is the entry-level to mainstream graphics card in the Maxwell range of GPUs from Nvidia. Palit offers it in a Storm-Dual version which we hope lines up with the dual-slot-dual-fan cooler. Let's check it out, shall we?
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 08/11/2015 09:13 AM [ 2 comment(s) ]
We review the ASUS Radeon R9 390X STRIX. The card's equipped with that renamed Hawaii GPU, now called Grenada. Thanks to a huge triple slot air cooler based on the new DirectCU III design the product is purring at just roughly 83 Degrees C, that's under full gaming load whilst being factory overclocked towards 1070 MHz on the GPU base clock.
We review the ASUS Radeon R9 Fury STRIX, this cut-down version of the Fiji XT GPU comes with the new ASUS DirectCU III air-cooler. Armed with 4GB HBM memory we'll have a look as to how the product performs, in every way possible.
In this review we benchmark the new Palit GeForce GTX 980 Super Jetstream, a product that will command and conquer as it offers massive game rendering performance at 100% quiet nose levels. Hey and it also looks terrific with a newly revised cooler, a sturdy design adn back-plate. Obviously this Super Jetstream edition comes factory overclocked. Arm that with the sweetness that is the the GTX 980 Ti GPU with its 6 GB graphics memory and you will quickly realize, this product lives and breathes for raw gaming domination!
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 07/07/2015 05:31 AM [ 48 comment(s) ]
We review and benchmark that owl of a card, the ASUS GeForce GTX 980 Ti STRIX, the graphics card is named after a beast, and is one. The product comes factory overclocked at great levels and has got that all new three fan cooling. Albeit not the best performing cooler. Merge all that with the default goodness the GeForce GTX 980 Ti has to offer like the 6 GB graphics memory and this product simply is a h00t.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 07/02/2015 08:50 AM [ 44 comment(s) ]
In this review we benchmark the new Zotac GeForce GTX 980 Ti AMP! (Extreme edition), the product is a beast man, HUGE awesome cooling (literally) and it comes factory overclocked towards an entirely new level. Combined with the default goodness the GTX 980 Ti has to offer like the 6 GB graphics memory this product just oozes unadulterated raw gaming performance.
We review the PowerColor Radeon R9 390 PCS+ 8 GB edition. The card's equipped with that renamed Hawaii Pro GPU, now called Grenada. It comes fitted with a massive triple slot air cooler keeping this product under 70 Degrees C, that's under full gaming load whilst being factory overclocked and fairly silent.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 06/30/2015 08:57 AM [ 91 comment(s) ]
In this review we benchmark the new MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti Gaming (OC edition), the product is really good, awesome cooling, totally silent, it's factory overclocked and combined with the default variables like the 6 GB graphics memory this product just breathes gaming performance seems awe-inspiring.
We review, test and benchmark the Radeon R9 Fury X, one of the most discussed products of the year. A product that is big in performance, comes with that all new HBM memory and is based on a small form factor while this initial X model, is already liquid cooled for you. But will it perform?
We review the MSI Radeon R9 390X Gaming 8G OC edition. The card's equipped with that renamed Hawaii GPU, now called Grenada. Thanks to a huge triple slot air cooler based on the TwinFrozr V design the product is purring at just roughly 75 Degrees C, that's under full gaming load whilst being factory overclocked and fairly silent.
In this review we look at the new ASUS Radeon R9 380 STRIX. Armed with a silent cooler this Tonga GPU based product brings you mainstream gaming at a price of roughly 200 USD - With 2GB and 4GB options of graphics memory you can game with decent image quality settings at Full HD. Follow us into this review where we'll look at temperatures, noise, performance and go with the latest game titles on the globe.
We review the AMD Radeon R7-370 series. That means 1080P gaming will become in reach at an affordable 149 USD price level. Based on older architecture this product now is reinjected as the 370 series, performing close to the 270 series yet with 4GB of graphics memory.
In this review we take the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980 Ti G1 Gaming (SOC edition) for a test-drive, the product is superb, awesome cooling, it's silent, it's factory overclocked and combined with the default variables like the 6 GB graphics memory this product oozes performance and awesomeness.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 06/04/2015 02:25 AM [ 18 comment(s) ]
We test the 17cm long Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 OC Mini-ITX graphics card. The product does not vary much from any other 970 other than its size. Housed in a compact design this card might just be what the doctor ordered for a small Mini-ITX or Micro ATX build. The card has 4 GB graphics memory (well, 3.5 GB), is energy efficient and factory overclocked for you. You will be surprised by how this card looks, how silent it is and how well it performs.
In this review we look deeply into the GeForce GTX 980 Ti. Everything you heard is true, this product is based on BIG Maxwell, the same GPU that is powering the Titan X. Obviously the product has been cut down a tiny bit, but trust us when we say, there's plenty performance to be found. This product comes with a luxurious 6 GB graphics memory and with such values, the GTX 980 Ti should be fetching a lot of interest for the true gamers among is.
AMD briefed selected press on HBM - High Bandwidth Memory. This new type of graphics memory is going to change the para dime in the graphics industry when we are talking about using less power, smaller form factors but most of all extreme memory bandwidth. In this article we'll cover this very topic.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 04/09/2015 09:24 AM [ 14 comment(s) ]
In this article slash review we will test out the 579 EURO costing FreeSync compatible LG 34UM67 Freesync (34-inch 2560x1080) screen. AMD tackled stutter and tearing while gaming using a different approach, if you create a setup with the right combination. The LG 34UM67 is a Lovely looking IPS monitor with great image quality, but the FreeSync range is difficult to reach.