Van Guru3D dit maal een review over de NVidia XFX GeForce 9800 GTX (Black Edition). Deze kaart is sneller dan de GTX+ kaart en in de review wordt ook een vergelijking gemaakt met de Radeon HD4850. Meer info hier. Klik op ‘Meer lezen…‘ voor nog wat meer info over diverse reviews op Guru3D.
The vacation season has started, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot happening in the technology industry. In today’s update an overview of some products we reviewed the past two weeks. A new fun addition to the website is the “Rig of the Month” each month we look at a special PC build. This winner this week for example built a rig based on a Pyramid. Really interesting to see.
Have a fantastic weekend !
We started receiving email emails asking us to test this product in SLI and then compare it with AMDs Radeon 4850 HD in Crossfire. And sure that’s a very interesting perspective to look at so I’ll happily dedicate some time for such an article which you just landed at.
Each month we here at Guru3D.com we choose a rig of the month. The July 2008 winner is Marko Tadros with his amazing Pyramid rig.
Radeon HD 4870 X2 – A nice review of what AMD is going to launch real soon the Dual-GPU based Radeon 4800 X2 series of products.
A reference based GeForce 9800 GTX yet pre-tested and qualified to run at higher clock-speeds. That and a better bundle as Inno3D is now bundling a DX10 title with the OC edition namely Company of Heroes Opposing fronts from THQ. Intersted already Read on then.
We have BFG in da house putting down some Mack-daddy lovin at a GeForce 9800 GTX with their H2OC product derived from H2O water and OC as in overclocked. Have a peek … after which we’ll dive into the actual review.
Force3D is a Hong Kong based company that opened it’s doors earlier this year. Their focus is placed completely at AMD’s ATI graphics solutions. They are a starting company and mostly will function as AIB partner for AMD. I have a soft spot for companies that are just staring and are relatively small. I also have a keen eye on quality and know very well what is good for you guys.
Typically an X48 chipset based mainboard will start at roughly 250 USD. The two chips the mainboard manufacturer has to purchase from Intel total up towards 90 USD alone. I’ll spill the beans already for today you can pickup this product for 199 USD. And it even looks superb.
Radeon 4850 and 4870 Crossfire review. Since Radeon series 4800 cards offer so much value it might even be interesting to pair them in CrossfireX mode. See much like NVIDIA’s SLI offerings AMD’s ATI solution can be paired and matched as well. So pretty much today we’ll place several cards together in CrossfireX mode first the cards paired two and then we’ll for the sake of it see if we can pair three cards CrossfireX mixed meaning 2x 4870 and one 4850.
Guru3D.com we choose a rig of the month