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  • Review: Albatron FX5700P Turbo and Gainward Ultra/980 SilentFX Professional

    13 July 2004, 00:00

    If I learned anything from this article it\'s that it doesn\'t pay to take your eye off the mid-range sector, even just for a second. You do so, concentrating on ...

  • Review: Gainward CoolFX Powerpack! Ultra/2600

    16 June 2004, 00:00

    There's a performance increase to be had from the Ultra/2600 CoolFX, but unless the price differential drops to within £100 of the air-cooled board, the Ultra/2600 CoolFX is hard to ...

  • Review: Gainward FX PowerPack! Ultra/1100 XT

    15 April 2004, 00:00

    There's not much the Gainward FX PowerPack! Ultra/1100 XT does wrong. It's fast for its target market and at £135 including dreaded VAT in the U.K., it's a few pounds ...

  • Review: Gainward GeForce FX 5700 Ultra Golden Sample Ultra/960 Dual-DVI 128MB

    15 February 2004, 00:00

    We're left with the nagging feeling that NVIDIA has orchestrated the premature death for the FX 5700 Ultra with its own 5900XT. Thus we think Gainward's diligent NV36 efforts may ...

  • Review: Gainward Hollywood@Home 7.1

    10 January 2004, 00:00

    It's tempting to criticise it too much but I'll say this: as a method of adding good quality (although not audiophile level), multi-channel audio with a digital, optical output port ...


    1 October 2003, 00:00

    The card won't sell on performance, it'll sell on features. With NVIDIA's excellent multi-display technology, and Gainward's DVI output and crisp TV-Output display, the FX 5200 adds a number of ...

  • Review: Gainward Golden Sample Ultra/1200XP GeForce FX 5900 Powerpack! Ultra 128MB

    20 August 2003, 00:00

    A good-looking card that doesn't sacrifice a single slot. A bit more spice to the bundle would have made this a very attractive package. It's still a good card, though.

  • Review: Gainward GeForce FX 5900 Ultra 256MB

    17 August 2003, 00:00

    It's kind of hard to recommend this card right now. That's not too much to do with Gainward. The 256MB of on-board memory will push the price up towards the ...

  • Review: Gainward FX5200 Ultra Pro/760 XP

    31 July 2003, 00:00

    Before testing, I was expecting the little FX to be poor, very poor. What surprised me was the decent performance, despite its obvious budget underpinnings. I guess budget cards don't ...

  • Review: Gainward Golden Sample GF3

    8 February 2003, 00:00

    There is no doubting its performance, that's for sure. The GeForce3 GPU is a 256-bit processor with 57 million transistors making it more complex than a Pentium 4. 128-bit memory ...

  • Review: Gainward GF4 Ultra/650 XP Golden Sample

    27 June 2002, 00:00

    We have been seeing Gainward producing high quality nVIDIA GeForce cards for a while now. With nVIDIA releasing a new line of GeForce chipset's Gainward of course step forward to ...

  • Review: Gainward Ti/450 GS

    21 February 2002, 00:00

    Overclocked, the Gainward is simply the fastest GeForce2 based card we've seen at Hexus and the overclock was comfortable. Many cards go even higher and ramsinks are a worth edition ...

  • Review: Gainward Geforce 3 TI500

    19 January 2002, 00:00

    Overall, a very high performance graphics card with excellent core features at a high price. Not quite a Radeon 8500 killer performance wise but very close in the real world.