Every part of your gaming PC is precious, working in harmony with other parts to make your games smooth and pretty. But the graphics card is the crown jewel, so iBuyPower’s small form factor Revolt 2 puts it in the appropriate spot.
Over the past year, PC graphics cards have swelled to gargantuan proportions, with price tags to match: Nvidia's GeForce GTX Titan costs an incredible $999, to say nothing of the $3,000 Titan Z you might consider if your family is in the oil business. Today, Nvidia's trying something different: the new GeForce GTX 980…
NVIDIA has just announced an insane new GPU. Designed for (wealthy) graphic professionals, the Kepler-based Quadro K6000 is, apparently, "the fastest and most capable GPU ever built".
The Nvidia GTX 680 is a beast of a graphics chomper, delivering some of the fastest speeds you can possibly get from a single processor. But video cards are often loud as hell. Fans! Ugh! Not this one.
The Radeon 7970 is packing some serious firsts: a brand new core design, and the world's first GPU using cool, efficient 28 nm transistors. But it's also designed, of course, to be fast as hell. Gamers, you're gonna want one.
Dell's approach to letting customers configure their PCs can be a little daunting, so I applaud them for providing helpful advice. Except in this instance where an image implied that choosing a cheaper graphics card would mean a blurry desktop.
A hundred bucks isn't what it used to be. It won't get you a new pair of Jordans or take you halfway to buying your way out of a Union army conscription. But it'll buy you a half-decent video card.
Mark's new iMac works just fine, but he may be the exception, as we get word this weekend that Apple has delayed shipping anymore 27-inch iMacs until it can sort of this display issue.
If I have trouble concentrating on a 30-inch panoramic monitor, I can't imagine myself in front of the eight monitors that the single-slot Matrox M9188 PCIe x16 graphics card can drive, each at 2560 x 1600 pixels.
Let's not storm the Nvidia gates with our torches and pitchforks just yet, folks, because today we learned that the MacBook Pro graphics issue could be due to a cooling problem.
The Gadget: The ViDock Gfx, a box with an ATI 2600XT inside that allows you to add two DVI displays to your ExpressCard Laptop (e.g. MacBook Pro). It doesn't affect your current display setup, which might already have an external monitor being driven by the on-board DVI port, which means you can have a total of three…
If you've been scouting for components to build a budget media center PC, this Asus ATI Radeon HD3450 is going for just $19 after a $10 mail-in rebate. (It usually runs about $50.) While not a gaming powerhouse, the card is DirectX 10.1-compatible, HDCP-compliant, capable of 1920x1200 resolution and happens to be a…
This week we have seen the Guyzmodos' versions of seasonal hawtness—namely girls wearing fetching (and highly flammable) red and white nylon-n-fluff combo outfits. Well, Girlmodo is striking back as only it can. A cute, fully clothed geek, tastefully clad in the obligatory black T-shirt, playing Jingle Bells on a…
Tired of your notebook's integrated graphics? MSI's Luxium is an enclosure that houses a x16 PCI Express graphics card, which you can then connect to your notebook via your lappie's ExpressCard slot. It works much like Asus' XG Station (which is the only other external graphics card solution out there).