Graphics cards & PC upgrade reviews
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PNY's GeForce GTX 650 Ti is a mildly overclocked version of nVidia's new midrange graphics card.
£125 inc VAT
Keep your cool while enjoying very fast gaming performance – with the PNY XLR8 GTX 580 Liquid Cooled graphics card.
£475 inc VAT
If you have a comfortable budget, both AMD and nVidia sell powerful graphics cards at a high premium, with nVidia’s dual-GPU GTX 590 costing as much as £600.
£235 inc VAT
PNY’s standard GeForce GTX 275 offers good value for money over its overclocked rivals.
£200 inc VAT
By cramming the GTX 280 architecture into a smaller package, the less expensive PNY nVidia GeForce GTX 285 can be run at higher speeds without overheating.
£325 inc VAT
Based on the G95 core, nVidia's budget 9400 GT graphics card comes with a significantly compromised set of specifications, so as to hit an attractive sub-£40 price tag.
£40 inc VAT
nVidia's respected 9800 GTX card is given the gentle overclock treatment by PNY, with a small but useful lift to performance
£220 inc VAT
The PNY GeForce 9800 GTX is, in essence, a G92 graphics card with superior specifications
£227 inc VAT
The PNY GeForce 8600 GTS 256MB has some nice features.
£133 inc VAT
The PNY isn't going to be a stunner two years from now, but it's cheap enough that you can buy it for the strong framerates on current games. Then a couple of years…
£210 inc VAT
There are plenty of users out there who have yet to make the transition from trusty old AGP to PCI Express. Fortunately, nVidia hasn't given up on AGP just yet.
£110 inc VAT