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- Sapphire (38 reviews)
- Asus (31 reviews)
- Msi (21 reviews)
- Nvidia (13 reviews)
- Zotac (12 reviews)
- Gigabyte (11 reviews)
- His (11 reviews)
- Pny (11 reviews)
- Amd (8 reviews)
- Xfx (6 reviews)
- Ati (5 reviews)
- Evga (5 reviews)
- Gainward (5 reviews)
- Bfg (4 reviews)
- Foxconn (2 reviews)
- 3 (1 reviews)
- Avermedia (1 reviews)
- Connect (1 reviews)
- D (1 reviews)
- Ecs (1 reviews)
- Elgato (1 reviews)
- Matrox (1 reviews)
- Powercolor (1 reviews)
- Tul (1 reviews)
The nVidia Zotac Geforce GTX 470 is one of the first Fermi graphics cards to hit the market. We put the Geforce GTX 470 through its paces.
£309 inc VAT
The Asus ATI Radeon HD 5850 1GB is a mid-range graphics card aimed at gamers and 3D enthusiasts. It can be viewed as a more affordable alternative to ATI’s former top…
£236 inc VAT
At long last, nVidia's first DirectX 11 graphics card is here - and for better or worse, the nVidia GeForce GTX 48 is quite a beast.
£449 inc VAT
The ATI Radeon HD 5830 sits between the 5770 and 5850 graphics cards. This version from HIS, the HIS Radeon HD 5830 iCooler V Turbo, adds overclocking and extra cooling.
£215 inc VAT
The Elgato EyeTV for DTT Deluxe is about the smallest imaginable USB adaptor for adding Freeview TV to a Mac or Windows PC.
£79 inc VAT
More expensive than the 4550 (and thus more appropriate for today's hardware-intensive gaming world), but still a good £23 short of the three figure mark, the…
£77 inc VAT
The dual-GPU ATI Radeon HD 5970 is a monstrous graphics card in every way, and with the Sapphire Radeon HD 5970 2GB Sapphire has given its sample a little nudge further.
£530 inc VAT
The AMD ATI Radeon HD 5970 graphics card combines two Cypress GPUs in one large - and powerful - package.
£539 inc VAT
The ATI Radeon HD 5870 is the first graphics card from ATI's 5000 series and is also the first card in the world that supports DirectX 11, the latest graphics…
£300 inc VAT
The HIS Radeon HD 5870 1GB proves that when it comes to high-end graphics cards, the top-line specifications aren't always the best guide - the first DirectX 11…
£310 inc VAT
The ATI HD 4850 X2 isn't the newest card on the market, but if you're shopping nearer to the higher end of price levels, the 2GB DDR3 RAM Sapphire HD 4850 X2 really…
£276 inc VAT
PNY’s standard GeForce GTX 275 offers good value for money over its overclocked rivals.
£200 inc VAT
With this Atomic version, Sapphire reveals a desire to squeeze out every last megahertz of performance from the core ATI HD 4890 design. The Sapphire Atomic HD 4890…
£235 inc VAT
The Gigabyte Radeon HD 4890 GV-R489-1GH is a graphics card based on the ATI Radeon HD 4890 chip that offers stunning value: if you get it at the right price.
£190 inc VAT
Priced at well under £100, the ATI HD 4770 presents surprising competition to the respected 4850 graphics cards.
£86 inc VAT
The Zotac nVidia GeForce GTX 275 AMP! Edition is an overclocked graphics card built around the GeForce 275 - nVidia's challenger to ATI's Radeon HD 4890 graphics chip.
£253 inc VAT
The new ATI Radeon HD 4890 doesn't totally adhere to the 'as before, but slightly faster' graphics card blueprint - but it's certainly close.
£230 inc VAT
The title of fastest single GPU in the world is important to nVidia. Hence this beast of a card based on nVidia's GeForce GTX 295 chipset: the XFX GeForce GTX 295.
£450 inc VAT
Big and brash but very very expensive, the Zotac GeForce GTX 295 is currently the ultimate power-trip for the well financed gamer.
£399 inc VAT
The Sapphire Radeon HD 4670 GDDR4 graphics card is engulfed by its huge fan, a proprietary Sapphire addition that maximises the cooling system while still keeping a…
£76 inc VAT
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