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Asus announces R9 270 with DirectCU II cooling

While there might have been a bit of a cafuffle here recently over non-reference coolers, I feel confident in saying that this one from Asus isn’t the norm. It’s the DirectCU II type we’ve seen on previous cards from the GPU partner and this time it’s attached to the company’s …

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Nvidia GTX 780 Ti specs screengrabbed

Ah graphics wars, don’t you love them? It’s been a long time since we had a really good one as for the past few years, it’s been relatively steady with both companies offering something pretty comparable to one another. Now though, we’re starting to kick things into high gear with …

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Aria cuts prices on AMD GPUs

If you’re looking for a new GPU, be it mid-range or high-end, Aria has an offer you might be interested in. There’s some free games in their too, thanks to AMD’s Never Settle Forever campaign, meaning whichever one you pick up you can grab a few of the top games …

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AMD debuts new naming system with next-gen GPUs

AMD has made the official announcement for its next-generation of graphics cards, but along with details of how many transistors they’re sporting, what their price tags will be and the size of their memory, it’s also debuted a new naming convention that kicks us out of the loop of scaling …

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MSI debuts GTX 780 Lightning GPU

MSI has today announced the release of its latest Nvidia based gpu, the GTX 780 Lightning, featuring a twin BIOS, an enhanced power design, customisable voltage settings and an impressive cooling setup – this card is designed for overclockers and gamers in mind. The technical specs aren’t bad either, with …

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You won’t believe these are mobile graphics

Every few years a new bit of technology bumps digital graphics to a new level. Where once HDR lighting was the new darling on the scene, bloom became the next big thing and tessellation on from that. This year, it’s been all about the facial rendering techniques, specifically deep tissue …

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AMD console guru defects to nVidia

Ten years ago, Bob Feldstein was busy taking the lead on a deal with Microsoft that would lead to the Xbox 360 console being launched with ATi technology inside. Now he’s made the move across to nVidia. KitGuru dances in front of a Kinect controller and ponders the nature of …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “News about New Star Trek Game” Last year’s E3 brought the announcement of a new Star Trek game …

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The first HD 7950 goes up for pre-order

The first retail listing for the soon to be launched HD 7950 has popped up, that being from online distributer PROVANTAGE who are advertising a model from GIGABYTE (GV-R795WF3-3GD) for pre-order at quite the inflated price indeed – ‘Only’ $481.58. The specs provided are minimal in the advertisement – HD …

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