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The latest Evga Graphics card reviews at PC Advisor. Graphics card user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
EVGA's GeForce GTX 750 SuperClock budget graphics card offers increased performance without straining your PSU. Read our EVGA GeForce GTX 750 SuperClock graphics card…
£90 inc VAT
Nvidia takes the same chip as the GTX 670, clocks it down a bit, disables one feature and calls it something new. Here's our eVGA GTX 660 Ti review.
£263 inc VAT
In the first of our three £251+ graphics card reviews, we look at the EVGA 7950 GX2 Super Clocked – in effect, two underclocked 7950GTs sandwiched together.
£400 inc VAT
There are cheaper versions of the nVidia-based 7900GT on the market, but most of them are significantly slower than the EVGA 7900 GT KO 256MB.
£212 inc VAT
Drooling over a £300 or £400 graphics card is all very well, but most of us don't want to spend that much. The sub-£200 cards are where the real action lies.
£148 inc VAT
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