After a couple of months off due to a very busy fall product season, we’re finally back again with our monthly guide to video cards and video card industry recap. Since our last guide it has been a busy couple of months, so there’s quite a bit to cover.
The big news this fall has of course been the new video card launches from AMD and NVIDIA. While October has been a relatively quiet month, both companies kept September busy by pushing new products out the door and took others off the shelves.
AMD for their part released the first of their GCN 1.2 architecture GPUs: Tonga. Tonga serves as AMD’s replacement for the nearly 3 year old Tahiti GPU, the very first of AMD’s GPUs...
nForce4 boards look very tempting. Do you have a CPU picked out already? We take a look at trends and deals in this week's edition of the price guides.
Vinney Shimpi on 1/23/2005
Are you ready to finally upgrade to a PCI Express Athlon 64? You may want to check out our latest Guide, as we cover this topic along with...
Jarred Walton on 1/21/2005
We return to the budget computing sector with our Guides and a look at what has - and hasn't - changed since the last Budget...
Jarred Walton on 1/9/2005
Check out some the new Price Engine announcement and then browse our video card choices for this week.
Kristopher Kubicki on 12/5/2004
Building a computer that is everything to everyone is simply not possible. Since gaming is a popular topic in regards to computer configurations, and with the launch of...
Jarred Walton on 11/21/2004
CPU and motherboard prices remain fairly stable this week as a few new toys arrive in the spotlight. Find out what makes a great deal as we sift...
Adam Rader on 11/18/2004
DVD burners are getting faster and cheaper by the day as hard drive prices continue to remain stable. Read on to learn which drives make the final cut...
Adam Rader on 11/6/2004
Check out the top picks this week for video and memory components as we continue with our new guide format style.
Adam Rader on 10/30/2004
Technology is changing and so are our Price Guides. Check out our new format and get information on which products stand out this week.
Adam Rader on 10/24/2004
Our latest Mid-Range Buyer's Guide puts a focus on getting the most out of your money. We offer basic recommendations with some alternatives for those interested in content-creation...
Jarred Walton on 10/21/2004
Storage prices are on the rise again, much like many other PC components. Check to see if there are any bargains still left in this week's Price Guide.
Adam Rader on 10/17/2004
Video and memory prices continue to hover with no major drops or spikes over the last few weeks. Find out which products hold their spot for top pick...
Adam Rader on 10/10/2004
We bring you the latest installment of our Buyer's Guide; this time, opting to include recommendations for Budget Office and Budget Gaming configurations.
Jarred Walton on 10/6/2004
Athlon 64 and Intel's Socket 775 are continuing their push to the front. Find out which ones really stand out among a sea of choices.
Adam Rader on 10/3/2004
Storage media gets cheaper by the day. Find out which products give you the most storage capacity for your money.
Adam Rader on 9/19/2004
This month saw the introduction of a new Athlon 64 board that challenges our ideas of a top overclocking system. While most of the hot new OC technologies...
Wesley Fink on 9/17/2004
Memory prices seem to be stabilizing and the same goes for video. Find out which parts make this week's cut.
Adam Rader on 9/12/2004
AMD price cuts are over now and things are leveling out. See what makes the cut this week for processors and motherboards.
Adam Rader on 9/3/2004
The whirlwind is finally starting to settle on Socket 939, Socket 775, DDR2, and PCI Express, and you can actually buy most of the new gear. Our High...
Wesley Fink on 8/30/2004
Storage prices are inching their way back up as hot deals and promises of no rebate hassles dry up.
Adam Rader on 8/27/2004