"Sapphire don't mess with the green camp; they're ATI through and through. This means that they don't just deal with the high end cards though, it also means they cover mid-range and budget cards, even old technologies like AGP. Today we have the 2600 Pro 512mb from Sapphire on an AGP platform. How does it compare to our P4's old favourite, the x1950 Pro? Let's see."
Gainward 8600GT Goes Like Hell
Yes that's right, another 8600GT review from XSReviews; this time it's a Gainward. Featuring a large and interesting cooling solution, will Gainward's card be our favourite 8600 so far? Read on to find out.
Vvikoo 2600 Pro Turbo
Vvikoo are an up and coming GPU manufacturer based in Paris, France. This makes a change from the usual dominance of the Eastern and Western companies; these guys aren't too far from home. We recently reviewed their 8600GT which turned out very well indeed. Today however, we will be looking at something from the other camp, the 2600 Pro.
Vvikoo 8600GT Turbo
Vvikoo is a relatively young company by GPU manufacturer standards. Founded in February this year you might think it's coming a little late to the game. However, it has some converted heavy hitters from aBit behind it and an extensive list of investors. The first GPU they have sent for us to take a look at is their 8600GT Turbo. These cards from other companies have done well under XSR scrutiny, let's see how this one fares.
XFX Fatal1ty 8600GT
XFX are a company synonymous with gaming graphics cards. Their company image and marketing campaigns are constantly geared towards bringing in that gamer buck. For example, their latest 8600GT is endorsed by, you guessed it, our favourite, Fatal1ty. Let's see if adding the alias of a famous gamer can make this card worth the extra few quid.
PNY 8800 Ultra
There are some advantages to being a reviewer. One of these is getting to review the fastest graphics cards the world has to offer and in the last couple of weeks I've been lucky enough to have a look at two. The second card is this one, an 8800 Ultra from PNY. Is the performance worth the monster price tag? Let's see.