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Hello Everyone. We've just finished putting NVIDIA's new $299 GeForce 7950 GT through the wringer, and have a fresh article on-line for your perusal. The card we looked at wasn't a vanilla reference card, however. Instead, XFX sent over a retail-ready GeForce 7950 GT 570M Extreme, complete with a dead-silent, passive cooler. And to top it off, the card is HDCP-ready and pre-overclocked from the factory as well for a bit of a performance boost. Here's a snip... "The GeForce 7950 GT we'll be evaluating today comes by way of XFX. In typical XFX fashion, the company has mutliple GeForce... Read more...
Last week NVIDIA officially launched the $199 GeForce 7900 GS, and jointly announced the $299 GeForce 7950 GT.  In our coverage of the GeForce 7900 GS, we were able to reveal the 7950 GT's specifications and features, but were asked to reserve posting any benchmark results until the cards were made available. Well, here we are only one week later and that day has come.  As of September 14, you should be able to purchase GeForce 7950 GT cards from your favorite retailer. The GeForce 7950 GT we'll be evaluating today comes by way of XFX. In typical XFX fashion, the company... Read more...
WinFast PX7950 GT TDH Extreme and WinFast PX7950 GT TDH --The smart New Choice for the Gaming Enthusiast who wants everything-- Taipei, Taiwan -- Leadtek Research, a world leader in extreme visual graphics technology, today announced the WinFast PX7950 GT TDH series for the enthusiast gaming segment. Following close in the footsteps of PX7900GS, with which it shares many similar features, the WinFast PX7950 GT TDH series was designed for extreme HD gaming and in this respect still has the edge on its sibling. Powered by NVIDIA SLI-Ready GeForce 7950 GT graphics processing units it delivers exceptionally... Read more...
Albatron let us know their GeForce 7950GT is ready to roll.  We imagine these cards will be showing up in retail shortly.   The 7950GT is PCI Express compliant and is also capable of SLI functionality.  The engine's core frequency is set to 550 MHz and contains 24 highly efficient pipelines. The DDR III memory on this card is a blazing 1400 MHz with a capacity of 512 MB using a 256-bit transfer bus.   Albatron Technology recently announced the latest arrival in super high quality video and graphics processing - the Albatron 7950GT graphics card. If you can imagine video... Read more...
Albatron 7950GT - New VGA Card flexes its HD muscle! Albatron Technology recently announced the latest arrival in super high quality video and graphics processing - the Albatron 7950GT graphics card. If you can imagine video image quality twice as fine as that of a DVD video, then you understand the performance potential of the 7950GT. The 7950GT's HDCP module allows you to watch super high definition video using the latest H.264 or VC-1 standards and has a potential of reaching 1440P (2560x1440 pixels). The 7950GT does without the expensive HDMI connector and offers a more economical solution... Read more...
Hello everyone. NVIDIA has just taken the wraps off of two new mainstream GPUs, the GeForce 7900 GS and GeForce 7950 GT. We took a retail-ready XFX GeForce 7900 GS for a spin at its factory-overclocked speeds and down-clocked it to illustrate how reference cards would perform as well. We've also got some information regarding the new GeForce 7950 GT, but benchmarks for this card will have to wait. Here's a snip from the article... "The company is launching two new GPUs aimed squarely at the more mainstream price segments of the gaming community. Here, we find the GeForce 7900 GS coming... Read more...
Over the course of the last few months, the vast majority of news coming through the doors of NVIDIA has been in regards to enthusiast-class products such as the GeForce 7950 GX2 GPU and nForce 570 chipset. However, today the company is launching two new GPUs aimed squarely at the more mainstream price segments of the gaming community. Here, we find the GeForce 7900 GS coming to market with an MSRP of $199 and the GeForce 7950 GT which carries an MSRP of $299. With these two GPUs, NVIDIA is providing the market with a direct response to ATI's recently announced... Read more...
Fudo over at The Inquirer reports that NVIDIA is preparing to launch a new GeForce 7950 GT to combat ATI's upcoming RV570 GPU. The latest addition to the GeForce family of GPU's boasts a 550MHz core frequency and is equipped with 512MB of RAM operating at a healthy 700MHz. Furthermore, the $299 card is rumored to have 24 pipelines, dual DVI link, and native HDCP support. "The card supports HDCP, has dual-DVI link, twenty-four pipelines and 512MB of memory. It will launch on the 14th of September and it scores 4687 in 3Dmark06, some 180 more than ATI's RV570, at least according to Nvidia's... Read more...
Hello All!  We've taken Asus' GeForce 7950 GX2 for a spin around the benchmark park here at HH and even dropped it into a Quad SLI setup for a thorough beating in that mode as well.  Here's a sneak peek! "One area to consider seriously though is warranty and Asus is strong in that regard, offering a full 3 years to the end user.  We'd encourage anyone looking at one of these new, slightly toasty-to-the-touch cards, to make sure you are fully aware of the available warranty for the card.  Better safe than sorry.   Pricing aside, the Asus EN7950GX2 is a fine example of a GeForce 7950... Read more...
The fastest single graphics card in the world.  This is the goal that NVIDIA was shooting for when they conjured up the GeForce 7950 GX2.  Some might argue that a GeForce 7950 GX2, however, with its double stacked dual GPU powered PCB design, is anything but a single graphics card.  We'd remind you that it does drop into a single PCI Express Graphic slot, no matter how you slice it.  In fact there's room for two and yes, for Quad SLI.  In our GeForce 7950 GX2 launch article, we showed you that the 7950 is essentially a pair of GeForce 7900GTs, goosed up a bit in... Read more...
More news from Driver Heaven today.  It seems Zardon and crew got their hands on one of NVIDIA's GeForce 7950 GX2 cards.  They really seemed to like the GX2 and even gave the card an award.  You can read our take on the 7950 GX2 here, and stay tuned in to HH in the coming days for some killer QuadSLI action... "In this review Driver Heaven will be taking a look at how well the product performs in all of the usual gaming titles. In addition to this there will be in-depth testing at widescreen and ultra high resolutions, including advanced AA and AF settings and if that isn't... Read more...
GamePC has just posted a review of eVGA's GeForce 7950 GX2.  Killer card(s) to say the least. If you haven't already done so, you can check out our review of XFX's GX2 for reference... "Today at GamePC, we've taken a good, solid look at nVidia's new GeForce 7950 GX2 graphics card. The 7950 GX2 is nVidia's first multi-GPU product, featuring dual G71 processors, 1 GB of total memory, and massive amounts of rendering power, virtually un-matched in the market today. We've compared to the 7950 GX2 to other high-end cards in terms of performance and power consumption."  ... Read more...
All of today's big news is regarding the official release of NVIDIA's GeForce 7950 GX2. If you missed the frash link at the top of the page, you can read our review right here, but we've also pulled together a few other articles from around the web to give you some different perspectives... GeForce 7950 GX2 Reviews: The Tech Report PCPerspective Guru3D HardwareZone nV News Legit Reviews  ... Read more...
In January of this year, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NVIDIA and Dell jointly unveiled an ultra high-end gaming system equipped with a pair of specialized graphics adapters that were each powered by a pair of GeForce 7800 GTX GPUs and 1GB of memory. The final configuration consisted of two "cards", four GPUs, and a total of 2GB of graphics memory.  NVIDIA dubbed the technology "Quad-SLI", and gave Dell an exclusive on the technology for a short period of time. At the time NVIDIA didn't announce any plans to bring Quad-SLI to retail, but we... Read more...
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