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Palit GTX 460 Sonic Platinum 1GB Video Cards in SLI

The Palit GTX 460 Sonic Platinum 1GB video cards might just be the best bang for the buck video cards on the market. With two factory overclocked Palit GTX 460s you can enjoy games with pure smoothness, as well as experience smooth 3D performance.

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Gigabyte HD 5770 Super Overclock (GV-R577SO-1GD)

Gigabyte HD 5770 Super Overclock features a large heatsink over the GPU to keep the card running cool while it is factory overclocked to 900 MHz (vs 850 MHz). While $179 price tag is a bit higher than other HD 5770, it may worth your consideration when shopping for a …

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Sapphire Radeon HD 5550 Ultimate

The Sapphire HD 5550 Ultimate may just be the best HTPC cards available with a massive heatpipe that keeps the card cool at absolute silence. The included DVI, D-sub, and HDMI will come in handy when hook it to your HDTV.

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Asus Matrix 5870 Platinum (MATRIX 5870 P/2DIS/2GD5)

Asus HD 5870 Matrix Platinum comes at 900MHz overclocking of the GPU core, 2GB GDDR5 memory and plenty of features that hardcore overclockers are looking for in a video card. Does the 2GB memory matters or the GPU speed matters, let’s find out.

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MSI N240GT-MD512 OC/D5

MSI N240GT-MD512 OC/D5 is based on the NVIDIA GT 240 that paired with GDDR5 and offers native 7.1 audio support through HDMI and DirectX 10.1 support. All these new features are much welcomed for HTPC which makes this an idea card for such task. How about its performance? Let’s find …

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ASUS ENGT240 1GB DDR3 Video Card

We recently reviewed the ASUS ENGT240 512MB GDDR5 video card. This time we will be taking a look at the ASUS ENGT240 1GB DDR3 video card. How will it perform. Come and check it out!

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ASUS ENGT240 512MB GDDR5 Video Card

The release of the ASUS ENGT240 video card fills in the gap between the higher mid-range video cards and the lower end GT220 video cards. This is a very affordable solution for mainstream gamers!

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Leadtek GT 220

Need a small low platform video card for your HTPC? Look no further than the Leadtek GT220! This card will satisfy all your HTPC needs as well as some minor gaming!

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Gigabyte GV-N26SO-896I

Gigabyte’s latest SuperOverclock series graphic cards features cherry picked GPUs with 2oz copper, low RDS MOSFET, ferrite chokes, and solid capacitors. As a result, we get a highly overclocked with lower power consumption and cooler operation temperature. Let’s check it out as we puts the GV-N26SO-860i from Gigabyte to the …

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Gigabyte 9800 GT Silent Cell

  When you cant stand any noise coming from your computer, it can be hard to find a card that suits your needs. Every high end card no a days has a loud fan, but not this one.

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Leadtek Winfast PxVC1100

If you have the need to transcode a large volume of high definition contents, you must check out the Leadtek’s Winfast PxVC1100. It uses Toshiba’s SpursEngine to assist high definition transcoding and also enhances the video images. We put it against a Core 2 Quad processor running at 3.0GHz and …

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