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ATI Radeon HD 4890 vs. Nvidia GeForce GTX 275
Graphics Cards
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 11 May 2009 11:35

From TechSpot:

Gamers looking to spend some $250 on a brand new graphics card were given two new options last month when ATI unleashed their Radeon HD 4890 and Nvidia countered with the GeForce GTX 275.

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AMD ATI Radeon HD 4770 40nm GPU
Graphics Cards
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 07 May 2009 13:22

From Reg Hardware:

Can a budget graphics card really be this fast?

The RV740 graphics chip at the heart of AMD’s new budget Radeon HD, the 4770, is an interesting wee beastie. It’s wee because this is the first graphics chip to use a 40nm fabrication process rather than the 55nm process used in HD 48x0 series and in Nvidia’s latest GeForce GTX 2xx chips.

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DIY volt-mod guide for graphics cards and mobos
Graphics Cards
Written by phatic   
Sunday, 24 December 2006 04:47

Alright, this guide is for those who would like to vmod their graphics cards/mobos but don't know where to begin. This method works in most cases, but sometimes there are obstacles like overvolt protection etc... so try it at your own risk. This mod will void your warranty.

The rest can be found in the forum here.

 
Palit 7900GS Review
Graphics Cards
Written by Monkeyman   
Sunday, 22 October 2006 20:19
The midrange sector of graphics cards has always been a mismatch of various cores. Be it the previous generations top end offerings, or the current top range cards in all sorts of configurations, one's often spoilt for choice.

But choosing the right one can often be a bit of a gamble.

Monkeyman shares his thoughts on the 7900GS, a mainstream refresh of the popular G71 GPU.



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How-To: nVidia Video Card BIOS volt-mod
Graphics Cards
Written by Samuknow   
Saturday, 16 September 2006 15:36

Over-clockers are always looking for a way to squeeze every last drop of performance out of their hardware.  This has been going on for years. Today’s Video Cards are great candidates for over-clocking.  Many have high-end capabilities just waiting to be released.

As any over-clocker knows, an increase in voltage can sometimes net a moderate to great increase in the overall over-clock, but there is no guarantee that this mod will offer any increase in your over-clock.  With that in mind, we will be showing you how to perform a BIOS volt mod to your 6  or 7 series card.

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