The gaming world moves in such a rapid manner. As it were, it takes only a blink of an eye for developers to come up with newfangled games that boast better graphics and graphic engines that inch closer than ever to true lifelike realism. That being said, makers of graphics card are more than willing to comply to come up with fitting graphics card solutions. As for the end consumer, it then becomes very important to consider how long a graphics card is going to last before it is significantly superseded by newer models. How long is it going to serve you before you find the need to accelerate to a higher gaming gear? With the PNY XLR8 GeForce 9800 GX2 , you get a top-of-the-line graphics card that is ready for today and the future.
If you want to play and see the latest games with all their graphical fireworks and whatnot, then you know you need the latest graphics cards. In line with this, you want a graphics card that not only runs today’s games excellently but also has that extra leverage you will need when dealing with the games of the future. Think of it this way: while it is true that buying a high-end card is expensive at first, the extended amount of time it remains relevant for use with the newest games makes the high price of admission seemingly negligible. With a top-of-the-line graphics card such as the KFA2 GeForce 9800 GX2, you won’t have to constantly upgrade your graphics card just to keep up with the times. The KFA2 GeForce 9800 GX2 is all you need.
Game technology doesn’t wait for anything or anyone—like a railgun or a sorceror’s fireball, it simply blazes through everything. Regardless if our PCs are ready for the latest games, game technology remains ever-advancing to higher levels of graphical detail and pizzazz. It’s just too bad that the most advanced graphics solutions are a just a [...]
When the auditors came around, seeing a pimped-out gaming rig in a bureaucrats office was quite a surprise.
Yet more surprisingly, the rig was paid for with State money all in the name of building a ‘backup server’ for a District Attorney.
The advent of NVIDIAâ€™s G800-something video card series brought a much higher level of realism and visual clarity to games we play. Utilizing the latest shader technologies, card design, as well as full support for the DirectX 10 gaming architecture, thereâ€™s no doubting the power contained within these video cards. And itâ€™s no surprise that new technology comes with a high price tag. During the first few months, only deep-pocketed gamers were able to get their hands on cards like these. All that has changed with the XFX GeForce 8600 GT XXX video cards.
Get the Catalyst 8.3 drivers from AMD/ATI and get your motors running! This new update should make Vista gamers rejoice based on initial reports with a swath of new features. TigerTV’s Logan will be giving you all the gory details in the near future, but for now – you need to get some of these new features:
Vista users reap most of the benefits as they will be able to:
- Support up to four GPUs with CrossFireX Quad. Unlike the GeForce series, you will be able to intermix 3870, 3850 and 3870 X2s to use 3 or 4 cards.
- HydraVision: New features such as dividing the desktop into user definable areas called HydraGrid, keeping your applications where you want them; another which allows 9 virtual desktops (much like Ubuntu) with specific app positioning and display settings for each desktop.
- Users with the AMD 780G integrated graphics board and a HD 3400 series card will enjoy better performance.
The mid-range video card market has finally taken a front-seat after a year of low & high-end card releases. The amazing pace of fast GPU development has finally caught up with market demand for superior gameplay, making high performance affordable to a large demographic.
Well, with the recent arrival of the new XFX Geforce 9600 GT XXX edition card, you and the masses no longer have to wait. We’ll take a look at design and process improvements to 9th generation of NVIDIA’s GeForce, and dream of the heaps of graphics fun we will have.
So last year, we witnessed what many described as a “Dramatic Leap Forward”, concerning affordable high-end graphics. This was brought about with the introduction of the GeForce 8800 GT cards – mean graphics at a lean price. Of course this led to a shortage of these cards, leaving an angry mob stuck with their rainy day money. It was no different for the PNY XLR8 GeForce 8800 GT 512MB PCIe 2.0 card went on sale. And why not? It gives up only a slight performance advantage to super high-end 8800 GTX and 8800 Ultra cards, but what you get for the price is nothing short of a killer product. Fortunately, stocks are backed up, including here at Tiger, so the have-nots are no longer out of the loop.
Enthusiasts all know that in order to run Crossfire, one needs at least two Crossfire-compatible Radeon Cards…right? Wrong. What if I tell you can run Crossfire with just one card? That’s right – Uno. Its true, but don’t cheer yet. Hybrid Crossfire is the name of the technology that can make it happen, but the question remains: would you want to?
Hi I am running a 7900 gs card right now and want to know which would be a better choice to run.
Should I go with an other 7900 gs or would 2x 8600 gt would run better or a 8800 gts 320 mb.?