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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)
Hot on the heels of the X1950 XTX comes the Sapphire X1950 Pro, which comfortably slots into the enthusiast sector of the market.
£135 inc VAT
The GeForce 8800 GTX was the first chip to support version 10.0 of Microsoft's DirectX gaming interface.
£450 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
The 7900GTX is a more finely tuned card than the GX2, with a faster (single) GPU and onboard memory.
£300 inc VAT
The X1950XTX is an updated X1900XTX, sporting much faster DDR4 memory and an increased memory bandwidth.
£310 inc VAT
A refreshed 7900GT, the 7950GT benefits from increased clock frequencies, especially on this Gainward Golden Sample version.
£180 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
We looked at three £151-£250 graphics cards. The first is the impressive Connect 3D X1900XT 256MB.
£171 inc VAT
As we expected, the XT had the legs on its X1600 Pro sibling, but the good news stops there.
£90 inc VAT
The Pro features a high-definition multimedia interface, and could be a great addition to an HD enthusiast's front room.
£95 inc VAT
Our second sub-£150 graphics card performed well and remained silent, even under full load.
£120 inc VAT
We tested four sub-£150 graphics cards. The first, the Gainward 7900GS Golden Sample, packs some serious speed.
£129 inc VAT
ATI's mid-range graphics cards haven't always produced the goods, but this X1900 XT is a real sensation.
£171 inc VAT
Back in the day, a sub-£100 graphics card was a sure sign you were scraping the bottom of the gaming barrel – but you get much more for your money nowadays.
£84 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
This is the first time we've seen a graphics card that supports HDMI. So what's the difference?
£95 inc VAT
The X1950 XTX has a large number of similarities to its predecessor, the X1900 XTX. However, there are a few novel features.
£310 inc VAT
With power and frame rates flying through the roof over the past couple of years, cards have given games programmers the means to conjure up death-defying graphics.
£102 inc VAT
On the face of it, £470 for a graphics chip doesn't seem the best of deals. But what if that money bought not one but two chips?
£470 inc VAT
We are approaching the third stage in the evolution of computer graphics – possibly.
£200 inc VAT
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