5 April 2010, 05:00
There's more than one way to spend £450 on your graphics setup. We examine the value, or not, offered by a pair of Radeon HD 5850 cards and pit them ...
22 March 2010, 10:49
ATI is promising up-to 20 per cent gains on single-GPU Radeon HD 5000-series cards. We find out if the claims are true.
18 November 2009, 13:00
Benchmark-bustin' action inside.
18 November 2009, 05:00
What do you get when you cobble two Radeon HD 5800-class GPUs on to one board?
14 October 2009, 06:00
What do you get when you place two Radeon HD 5770s in CrossFireX? Read on to find out.
13 October 2009, 05:00
AMD releases Radeon HD 5770 and HD 5750 GPUs. Will they be on your Christmas shortlist? Read on to find out.
11 May 2009, 10:49
We spill the numbers on the fastest air-cooled Radeon HD 4890 this side of anywhere.
7 May 2009, 05:00
We pit two special-edition ASUS cards, costing roughly £200 each, and see if NVIDIA or ATI offers the best bang4buck.
5 May 2009, 10:08
We take two Radeon HD 4770s and see what kind of performance damage they can do to £150+ cards.
28 April 2009, 05:00
ATI redefines performance in the mainstream space. Find out how.
2 April 2009, 05:00
Three new cards fight it out for dominance in the £200-£250 space. Who wins? Find out.
27 March 2009, 21:41
GeForce GTX 260 vs. Radeon HD 4870 1GB: fight.
18 March 2009, 05:00
So who does a better job with Windows 7: NVIDIA or ATI?
2 February 2009, 11:17
Sapphire throws away the reference design and makes Radeon HD 4600-series better. Want to know why?
18 December 2008, 07:00
Sapphire makes the world's fastest graphics card slimmer, cooler and faster, too.
10 December 2008, 13:13
General-purpose computing on GPUs is starting to get interesting, we find out how the red team's solution fares.
4 November 2008, 12:13
Sapphire is first in line with a custom-cooled ATI Radeon HD 4850 X2, but is it enough to best NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 280?
30 October 2008, 14:00
What do you get if you cross a Radeon HD 4870 with an Arctic Cooling Accelero cooler?
23 October 2008, 04:45
Got around £100 to spend on your next graphics card? Read this review.
30 September 2008, 10:25
Has AMD managed to achieve its ambition of having the performance leader at every price point?
30 September 2008, 08:51
AMD unleashes another 4-series GPU today. Find out if this is £30 well-spent on a graphics card.
12 September 2008, 09:02
We pit two Radeon HD 4670 GDDR3 cards in a CrossFire configuration and see if they can beat out a Radeon HD 4850 and GeForce 9600 GT.
10 September 2008, 09:09
Unleashing more shading power than R600, the Radeon HD 4670 redefines the mainstream market.
12 August 2008, 05:00
Opening up a can of whoop-ass... the world's fastest graphics card?
14 July 2008, 18:41
Radeon HD 4870 X2 punches with 2.4TFLOPS of compute power. Good enough to dethrone the NVIDIA GTX 280? - we tell you.
25 June 2008, 11:56
Today sees the official launch of the ATI Radeon HD 4850 and HD 4870 graphics cards. We disseminate the technology and evaluate just how hard they punch NVIDIA in the ...
9 September 2007, 11:14
ATi Whiteout... a video of the fantastic new 'Ruby' technology demo which AMD is showcasing the power and technology of its much anticipated next-gen flagship graphics accelerator 'R600'.
14 May 2007, 05:00
Worth £250 of your money, yes. As fast as we had hoped for, absolutely not.
4 April 2007, 08:35
Bottom line - X1950 Pro AGP is a decent SKU, GeCube needs to do better in a couple of areas, so Sapphire, offering a consistent package in every respect, takes ...
24 January 2007, 09:10
Smash your opponent's Lego brick castle with your cannon, all powered by ATi's Stream GPU physics acceleration. Except that it's just a demo. We hope it becomes a real game ...
4 October 2006, 08:59
Radeon X1650 PRO is an easy one to explain, thankfully. Think Radeon X1600 XT but with slightly higher clocks and you're bang on, ATI asking its AIB partners to pretty ...
21 September 2006, 09:10
GeCube and Sapphire step into the ring with overclocked X1300 XTs, battling with the weapons of clock speed, construction and bundle.
18 September 2006, 09:11
Bridgeless and dongle-less multi-GPU rendering isn't exactly new. We've seen it on lower end SLI and CrossFire solutions, but now it's starting to rear its head higher up the product ...