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NVIDIA is launching yet another new member of the GeForce GTX 700 series today, the freshly minted GeForce GTX 760. Like the GeForce GTX 770 which arrived just a few weeks ago, the new GeForce GTX 760 is built around the company’s GK104 GPU—the very same chip used last year’s GeForce GTX 680 and a few other GTX 600 series cards. The GeForce GTX 760, however, targets a different market segment and is debuting at a much more palatable price point than its predecessors. We’ve got a couple of GeForce GTX 760 cards on hand to show you here, a reference model that came straight... Read more...
NVIDIA is launching yet another new member of the GeForce GTX 700 series today, the freshly minted GeForce GTX 760. Like the GeForce GTX 770 which arrived just a few weeks ago, the new GeForce GTX 760 is built around the company’s GK104 GPU—the very same chip used last year’s GeForce GTX 680 and a few other GTX 600 series cards. The GeForce GTX 760, however, targets a different market segment and is debuting at a much more palatable price point than its predecessors. We’ve got a couple of GeForce GTX 760 cards on hand to show you here, a reference model that came straight... Read more...
Today at HotHardware, we have an evaluation of the new FireGL V7600 512MB workstation graphics card on tap. This card is based on the same basic board design as the Radeon HD 2900 lineup for gamers, but it is tweaked on both the hardware and software levels for enhanced workstation performance. The card is the least costly of ATI’s FireGL lineup based on the R600 GPU, and currently retails for just south of $1,000.  Click the link below and check it out...ATI FireGL V7600 512MB Workstation Graphics Card... Read more...
ATI’s FireGL brand of workstation-class graphics cards have played second fiddle to NVIDIA's offerings for some time now. NVIDIA’s rival Quadro lineup has been an incredibly strong competitor, and combined with the fact that the last several FireGL card releases have suffered from late arrival dates and lackluster performance by the time they hit the market, NVIDIA has been able to get a solid foothold in this market. However, with the power of the R600 graphics processor under the hood, ATI has introduced a new lineup of workstation cards which are giving NVIDIA a run for their money in terms... Read more...
Hello Everyone. We wanted to let you all know that we've just posted a new article in which we evaluate the features, bundles, and performance of two HDMI-equipped cards from Asus, the EAX1600PRO/I/256M/A and the EN7600GT/HDTI/256M/A. As their names imply, these cards are powered by ATI's Radeon X1600 Pro and NVIDIA's GeForce 7600 GT GPUs. Click the link below to check them out... Read The Rest of the Article Right Here.... Read more...
Today at HotHardware, we will be looking at two video cards from Asus.  They don't necessarily scream "power user" and they aren't adorned with the flashiest packaging. Instead, these two cards are more like the utilitarian work-horses that one might expect to find in a mid-range PC, or even a DYI build that's catered more to function than fashion.  That doesn't mean we won't run any benchmarks with our favorite games to see how they compare to each other, as well as to another mid-level card, but don't focus strictly on the benchmark results... Read more...
Intel's launch of the Core 2 Duo processor for desktops garnered high acclaim from the media including our own resounding praise and endorsement. Today we've taken a look at Intel's new Mobile Core 2 Duo processor, formerly known by the code name of Merom and it looks to be cut from the same cloth, or should we say die, that Conroe was. Here's a snip from the article... "When you consider the fact that both Yonah and Merom both are built on Intel's 65nm process and that Merom has an additional 2MB of L2 cache, along with EM64T... Read more...
AGP graphics card brings latest high resolution, rendering technology to AGP market Albatron AGP7600GS The AGP7600GS graphics card boasts an NVIDIA(R) 7600GS core that is part of the powerful G73 family. This core employs 90 nanometer process technology which consumes less power thus generating less heat and allowing more room for faster core frequencies. Compared to its predecessor 6600GT, the AGP7600GS boasts a 25% performance increase despite its lower core and memory frequencies - an indication of the advancement in cooler, more efficient processing technologies. AGP7600GS uses an AGP 8x interface.... Read more...
NVIDIA just sent word regarding a new mid-level AGP graphics card that should be hitting store shelves soon.  It is a new product for the AGP market called the NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GS AGP. It has the same specifications as the PCI Express version: 400MHz core clock 400MHz memory clock 12 pixel pipes. 5 vertex shaders 256MB of DDR2 DRAM 128-bit memory interface NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GS AGP -based graphics cards are available immediately through major e-tail and retail outlets for $159 to $199 dollars.... Read more...
Our friends at PC Per have just posted a double-review of Asus' 7900 GT Top and 7600 GT Silent video cards. If you're in the market for a good mid-to-high end video card, you'll want to check these cards out. "Looking at the front of the card, you can see that the passive cooling solution is quite a bit larger than the cooling on the reference cards and it needs to be in order to pull all the heat from the GPU effectively. Two heatpipes connect the heat block over the GPU in the center of the card up to the heatsink fins that are located... Read more...
MSI's GeForce 7600GT, with its dual-slot intake cooler is on the HotHardware test bench this morning and it puts the hurt on ATI's Radeon X1600XT and then some. Please also drop a Digg or three in for us, so that others can hear the news.  Thanks!... Read more...
  While many of us are impressed with the features and performance promised by today's top of the line graphics cards, in reality, not too many of us have the budgets to afford one of these gaming powerhouses.  Often times, the common user needs to keep things in monetary perspective and consider a more practical approach to their graphics card desires.  The key is finding the best bang for the buck, where performance, price and other added features all converge to bring the consumer the best overall value for their dollar. One such product is NVIDIA's GeForce 7600GT series,... Read more...
The Tech Report has hosted a battle between five different flavors of Nvidia's GeForce 7600. With 12 pixel shader pipelines, 5 vertex shaders, and decent clock speeds, the GeForce 7600 series has been popular among the mainstream gamer crowd. The GT variant is faster than the GS of course, but which brand is for you? "NVIDIA's replacement for the GeForce 6600 is the new GeForce 7600 series. Made up of GS and GT variants, the 7600 line takes over where the 6600 left off, extending the green team's domination of the mid-range market... Read more...
NVIDIA's budget GPU with gas is on the bench at CPU3D.  The boys there test up the Inno3D 7600GST which is an overclocked 256MB card, competitively priced and ready to rumble. "The card performs very well at default speeds, and with the potential for further overclocking, it's great for any enthusiast to have fun with this card without hurting their pockets."... Read more...
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