Posts Tagged ‘AMD HD6870 review’
10 CommentsPosted by Zardon on May 30, 2011 under Graphics, Highlights 2
Powercolor have been one of the more active AMD partners in recent months, releasing many modified cards with custom cooling solutions for all sectors of the market. Today we are looking at their ... more.
17 CommentsPosted by Zardon on February 1, 2011 under Graphics, Highlights
Sapphire have a well earned reputation as one of AMD's finest partners. Their Vapor X and Toxic Edition cards command a small price premium while offering significant advantages in all key areas. ... more.
10 CommentsPosted by Zardon on November 12, 2010 under Graphics, Highlights 2
KitGuru has already reviewed many AMD HD6800 series cards and we have been impressed with the competitive pricing and mid range performance. The GTX460 dominated the market for many weeks but AMD ... more.
21 CommentsPosted by Zardon on October 22, 2010 under Graphics, Highlights
When nVidia released the GTX460, everyone was literally blown away - this was a mid range card that utterly dominated the market and delivered staggering levels of performance, particularly when o... more.
11 CommentsPosted by Zardon on October 22, 2010 under Graphics, Highlights 2
AMD have been in charge of the DX11 battlefield since their HD5000 series cards were released last year. It took nVidia many more months to come to market with competitive solutions and while thei... more.
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