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HIS Radeon HD 6870 IceQ X TurboX 1GB Review
     Tue, Apr 19 2011 | 1:12A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Not only does the latest HIS Radeon HD 6870 IceQ X TurboX 1GB card manage to produce performance numbers to match an standard Radeon HD 6950 but it does so with lower temperatures, less noise and a much smaller price tag.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

AMD Radeon HD 6670 and 6570 Mainstream GPUs:
     Tue, Apr 19 2011 | 12:50A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
A couple of weeks ago, AMD took the wraps off of the Radeon HD 6450, an affordable DirectX 11-class graphics card targeted at users looking to upgrade from basic, integrated graphics solutions. We posted a quick look at the Radeon HD 6450 in our news, and while the card wasn’t a barnburner, it was certainly a step up from integrated graphics. The card’s low-power characteristics, low profile, and the integration of AMD’s UVD3 video engine also made it an excellent candidate for HTPC applications. Today AMD continues to flesh out the Radeon HD 6000 series with a few more cards targeted at more budget-friendly, mainstream market segments. As their names suggest, the new Radeon HD 6670 and Radeon HD 6570 cards launching today are somewhat more powerful than the Radeon HD 6450, but they’re also priced a little higher too. We’re still talking about really affordable price-points though; 1GB GDDR5 versions of the Radeon HD 6670 will be available for as low as $99, while the 512MB GDDR5 (or 1GB DDR3) version of Radeon HD 6570 will be available for around $79...
  FULL STORY @ HOTHARDWARE

AMD Radeon HD 6450 and HD 6670 graphics card review
     Tue, Apr 19 2011 | 12:50A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Mainstream GPUs from AMD. We review and rate them.
  FULL STORY @ HEXUS

AMD Radeon HD 6670 1GB & HD 6570 512MB video cards
     Tue, Apr 19 2011 | 12:50A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Another week, another graphics card launch. This time AMD is hitting the entry level with a pair of new products: the HD 6670 and HD 6570. Both of these are supposed to offer budget conscious buyers some new choices over the previous generation while adding features like UVD3 into the mix. Hopefully, they'll allow lower priced GPUs to hit higher performance levels as well.
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARE

AMD Radeon HD 6670 1 GB
     Tue, Apr 19 2011 | 12:49A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today AMD releases their HD 6670 which is priced at $100. The card is based on a brand-new graphics processor called "Turks" with 480 shaders and GDDR5 memory. Like all recent cards from AMD the card supports EyeFinity, DirectX 11 and full HD video acceleration.
  FULL STORY @ TECHPOWERUP

AMD Radeon HD 6450 and AMD Radeon HD 6570
     Tue, Apr 19 2011 | 12:49A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Presenting the lowest segment in the product gamma is usually the last step in presenting the new generation, at least in the usual scenario. In accordance with this, AMD announced their low-end chips, Caicos and Turks, for the second quarter of the current year. These chips are reserved for the weakest models from the Radeon HD 6000 series, which is probably the last thing that is going to be presented in the following months as well, with the possible exception of HD 6670. These cards are intended for non-heavy duty users, and are mostly low-profile, so that they fit not only into regular office PCs, but also HTPCs. We got two visually similar models for testing; these two small Radeons, however, turned out to be packing major differences under their coolers…
  FULL STORY @ INSIDEHW

Sapphire HD 6950 FleX 2GB Graphics Card
     Mon, Apr 18 2011 | 4:01P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Many graphics cards are rebranded reference designs. Sapphire doesn't play that game, and releases their HD 6950 Flex 2GB to prove it. This card has a trick, the ability to run 3 monitors right out of the box. Tricks are great, but does the card have the muscle to satisfy gaming enthusiasts? Read on to find out.
  FULL STORY @ TECHWARELABS

 
ASUS GeForce GTX580 1536MB DirectCU II
     Mon, Apr 18 2011 | 12:01P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
ASUS is a company reputed for going all the way through with its ideas; once they’ve decided to create a special product (or product series, for that matter) and present it to the market, they achieve what they had in mind. This is the case with their own rendition of GeForce GTX580 DirectCU II, which has been redesigned in every way, all with the goal of separating the card from competitors in mind, with both low temperatures and overclock capabilities. Even the world-famous overclocker Shamino managed to set a record on this card; you can read more about this in a separate box. This card is aimed at users who don’t restrain from paying good money for quality and now exactly what quality means. ASUS has done their part of the job flawlessly and we really can’t say that we have anything to reproach to this card...
  FULL STORY @ INSIDEHW

ASUS GeForce GTX 590 3GB Video Card Review
     Mon, Apr 18 2011 | 9:01A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"It's hard to believe the last dual-GPU video card by NVIDIA was the GeForce GTX 295 and that card was launched way back in January 2009! For more than two years there wasn't an update for this flagship part, but that all changed today with the GeForce GTX 590. To make this dual-GPU beast work the engineers at NVIDIA took the GF110 GPU that is found on the GeForce GTX 580/570 cards and reduced the clock speeds to make a card that was running at 365W. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 is a welcomed addition to the NVIDIA GeForce 500 series of graphics cards and it did prove itself to be faster than the GeForce GTX 580 and is the new flagship video card for NVIDIA! "
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

ASUS Ultimate GeForce GTX 550 Ti Video Card Review
     Mon, Apr 18 2011 | 9:00A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The ASUS Ultimate GTX550 Ti video card was found to be between 9 to 14% faster than the NVIDIA GeForce GTX550 Ti reference design in our testing, but that was expected since it operates at a 1015MHz versus the standard 900MHz clock speeds. The ASUS Ultimate GTX 550 Ti also ran cooler at full load and we love the look of the card thanks to the custom GPU cooler and black PCB design. When it comes down to it the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti is a solid video card that is aimed at gamers that run 1680x1050 or smaller resolutions. If you happen to fit in that category then you should find that the GeForce GTX 550 Ti is a very capable video card...
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

Sapphire HD 5830 Xtreme Video Card
     Sun, Apr 17 2011 | 4:02P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Many consumers still don't have the financial freedom to lay out $300+ of their hard earned cash on a high end video card, nor do they really need the power that a 69xx series card brings to the table. Some consumers simply don't have the need for high end 3D and are content with video playback and minor 3D capabilities. In either case this is still a 58XX series card with some excellent features, a high end brand name, and a low price. Sounds like a good combination, so will it handle your needs? Lets find out.
  FULL STORY @ TECHWARELABS

Radeon 6950 fleX, 6870 fleX, 5850 Xtreme
     Sun, Apr 17 2011 | 4:01P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"With new 4 cards launched from £80 to £250 we have a bunch of products which are ideal for a roundup to see what we, the consumers, get at each price point. Which of the latest games can each play and are any of them suitable for gaming at 5760x1080. We will answer those questions today as well as looking at media playback and GPU computing performance."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWAREHEAVEN

The Major Open-Source ATI Improvements
     Sun, Apr 17 2011 | 12:01P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The open-source ATI/AMD Radeon Linux driver stack has made a lot of improvements in recent times with their Gallium3D drivers becoming mature across all generations and support for new features (such as DRI2 page-flipping) landing in the mainline code and beginning to make its way to users. The time required to bring up support for new generations has also been reduced greatly and with the Radeon HD 8000 series there should be a turning point for their open-source strategy. In this article, we are providing an updated look at the course of the open-source driver's performance for the past two years."
  FULL STORY @ PHORONIX

GIGABYTE HD 6970 OC 2GB
     Sun, Apr 17 2011 | 9:02A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
A unique technology featured on GIGABYTE's motherboards has come to graphics cards in the form of the Ultra Durable VGA technology banner. This includes a 2oz copper design for a lower working temperature and a reduction of hotspots, better overclocking and better power efficiency, as well as Japanese solid capacitors, Tier 1 memory from Samsung and Hynix, as well as quality Ferrite Core chokes and MOSFETs adding to the benefits of the 2oz copper design. You'll find the majority of non-reference GIGABYTE graphics cards sporting this logo, while SuperOverclock (SOC) cards feature the Ultra Durable VGA Plus+ logo.
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERS

Top Budget to Mainstream Graphics Cards
     Sun, Apr 17 2011 | 9:00A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The last few months we've seen both AMD and Nvidia turn their attention to the high-end segment of the graphics market. In addition to launching their latest single-GPU flagship boards, both companies just recently launched a couple of dual-GPU beasts. We have to say it's great to see such spirited competition as it's usually customers that reap the benefits. That's especially true today as mainstream cards are getting more and more powerful and even a $100 product is capable of far more than you may give it credit for. So, while AMD and Nvidia settle the score at the super expensive enthusiast level, we actually want to have a look at what's been happening elsewhere. We've compiled a table with some of what we consider the best options at several price points between $70 and $200.
  FULL STORY @ BUDGET

OCAU has reviewed the MSI R6970 Lightning 2GB
     Sat, Apr 16 2011 | 4:02P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Three voltage check points for the GPU, Memory and PLL (PCI-Express interface) are present on the edge of the card, and as mentioned earlier, MSI include a set of cables that you can attach easily to your multimeter (not provided) for accurate voltage monitoring while benchmarking or volt-modding. In addition to those voltage check points, MSI include their own dual-BIOS technology as originally seen with reference HD 6970's, but this time they've included their own second BIOS setting that increases the PowerTune range (2.5x) and maximised the Catalyst Control Centre overclocking limit with a click of a button.
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERS

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