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Gigabyte does its bit to save the world but are we convinced?
Hot on the heels of its award winning mid-range graphics card, nVidia hits us again with something a little more expensive.
Our two favourite things, silence and performance. Can't say fairer than that.
The fastest 8600GT on the planet and it's passive!
If you're looking to build a media PC to hook up to an HDMI equipped display, then this is the board for you.
How can you improve on the best midrange graphics card? Overclock it and make it silent, of course!
Spode takes a look at the cut-down 8800 GTX, to see what spending £150 less gets you.
It's the fastest graphics chip on the planet. Enter the nVidia GeForce 8800 GTX.
ATI has finally improved on CrossFire and introduced a killer mid-range card to show it off.
ATI makes a come back with this ultra quiet, beast of a graphics card.
Matrox's RT.X2 offers powerful real-time editing capabilities for the serious 'prosumer'. It's not cheap but it's the real deal.
Don't tell anyone, but Sapphire's 156 quid X800 GTO2 card can be easily modded to a X850 XT. Bargain.
After an high-end SLI motherboard? The Asus A8N-SLI Premium offers a refined dual graphics card experience. Reasurringly expensive.
nVidia may be winning at the high end but ATI isn't giving up the mid-range without a fight. Enter the X800 GT. It's certainly not too little - but is it too late?
nVidia has closely followed the launch of the 7800 GTX with the 7800 GT. And it's got a sure fire winner on its hands.
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